Professor Henry Jones: [to Indy] Well, I didn't trust her. Why did you?
Walter Donovan: Because he didn't take my advice. Didn't I tell you not to trust anyone, Dr. Jones?
Butler: If you're a Scottish Lord, then I am Mickey Mouse.
Indiana Jones: How dare he.
Walter Donovan: Colonel. Jones is getting away.
Colonel Vogel: I think not, Herr Donovan.
Walter Donovan: Not THAT Jones, the OTHER Jones.
Indiana Jones: Come on, Dad! Come on!
Professor Henry Jones: What about the boat? We're not going on the boat?
Elsa: Don't look at me like that. We both wanted the Grail. I would have done anything to get it. You would have done the same.
Indiana Jones: I'm sorry you think so.
Elsa: I believe in the Grail, not the Swastika.
Indiana Jones: You stood up to be counted with the enemies of everything the Grail stands for. Who gives a damn what you believe?
Elsa: You do.
Elsa: You came back for the book?
Indiana Jones: My father didn't want it incinerated.
Walter Donovan: Find the man and you'll find the Grail.
Indiana Jones: You've got the wrong Jones, Mr. Donovan. Why don't you try my father?
Walter Donovan: We already have. Your father is the man who has disappeared.
Walter Donovan: Well, Marcus, we're on the verge of the greatest discovery in the history of mankind.
Marcus Brody: And you're meddling with powers you can't possibly comprehend.
Is there anyone here who speaks English? Or maybe even ancient Greek?Marcus Brody
That car belonged to my brother-in-law.Sallah
Marcus Brody: Henry, the pen.
Professor Henry Jones: What?
Marcus Brody: Well, don't you see? The pen is mightier than the sword!