Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

I didn't trust her. Why did you?
Because he didn't take my advice.
Didn't I warn you
not to trust anybody, Dr Jones?

I misjudged you, Walter.
I knew you'd sell your mother,
but not your country and your soul
to the slime of humanity.

Dr Schneider, there are pages
torn out of this.

This book contained a map,
a map with no names.

Directions from the unknown city
to the secret canyon.

- So it did.
- Where are these missing pages?

You're wasting your breath.
He won't tell us. He doesn't have to.

It's obvious where the pages are.
He's given them to Marcus Brody.

Marcus? You dragged him along?
He's not up to the challenge.

He sticks out. We'll find him.
The hell you will.
He's got a two-day head start on you.

Brody's got friends all over,
he speaks a dozen languages,

he'll blend in, disappear.
You'll never see him again.

With any luck, he's got the Grail already.
Does anyone speak English?
Ancient Greek?

Water? No, fish make love in it.
Thank you so much.
No, I really don't want... Thank you.

No, I'm a vegetarian. Does anyone
understand a word I'm saying?

- Mr Brody!
- What a relief.

Marcus Brody, sir!
- Where's lndy?
- In Austria. A slight detour.

- You're alone?
- Yes, but everything's under control.