Colonel Vogel: What does the diary tell you that it doesn't tell us?
Professor Henry Jones: It tells me that goose-stepping morons like yourself should try reading books instead of burning them.

Indiana Jones: Come on, dad. Help me get us out of here. We have to get to Marcus before the Nazis do.
Professor Henry Jones: But you said he had a two-day head start. That he would blend in, disappear.
Indiana Jones: Are you kidding? I made all that up. You know Marcus. He once got lost in his own museum.

Germany has declared war on the Jones boys.

Walter Donovan

"X" marks the spot!

The search for the Grail is the search for the divine in all of us. But if you want facts, Indy, I've none to give you. At my age, I'm prepared to take a few things on faith.

Marcus Brody

Professor Henry Jones: Junior, I have tell you something.
Indiana Jones: Don't get sentimental now dad, save it until we get out of here.
Professor Henry Jones: The floor's on fire... see... and the chair.

Tell me about this miserable little diary of yours. The book is useless and yet you come all the way back to Berlin to get it. Why?

Colonel Vogel

Uhhh, does anyone here speak English?

Marcus Brody

Elsa: It's perfectly obvious where the pages are. He's given them to Marcus Brody.
Professor Henry Jones: Marcus? You didn't drag poor Marcus along did you? He's not up to the challenge.
Walter Donovan: He sticks out like a sore thumb. We'll find him.
Indiana Jones: The hell you will. He's got a two day head start on you, which is more than he needs. Brody's got friends in every town and village from here to the Sudan, he speaks a dozen languages, knows every local custom, he'll blend in, disappear, you'll never see him again. With any luck, he's got the grail already.

Indiana Jones: It was just the two of us, dad. It was a lonely way to grow up. For you, too. If you had been an ordinary, average father like the other guys' dads, you'd have understood that.
Professor Henry Jones: Actually, I was a wonderful father.
Indiana Jones: When?
Professor Henry Jones: Did I ever tell you to eat up? Go to bed? Wash your ears? Do your homework? No. I respected your privacy and I taught you self-reliance.

Professor Henry Jones: I didn't know you could fly a plane.
Indiana Jones: Fly, yes. Land.... no.

Indiana Jones: What you taught me was that I was less important to you than people who had been dead for 500 years in another country. And I learned it so well that we've hardly spoken for 20 years.
Professor Henry Jones: You left just when you were becoming interesting.

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Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Quotes

I suddenly remembered my Charlemagne. Let my armies be the rocks and the trees and the birds in the sky...

Professor Henry Jones

Sallah, I said no camels. That's five camels. Can't you count?

Indiana Jones