Belloq: What a fitting end to your life's pursuits. You're about to become a permanent addition to this archaeological find. Who knows? In a thousand years, even you may be worth something!
Indiana: Ha ha ha... Son of a bitch.
So once again, Jones, what was briefly yours is now mine.Belloq
Dr. Jones. Again we see there is nothing you can possess which I cannot take away.Belloq
Indiana: Meet me at Omar's. Be ready for me. I'm going after that truck.
Indiana: I don't know, I'm making this up as I go.
Sallah: Indy, you have no time. If you still want the ark, it is being loaded onto a truck for Cairo.
Indiana: Truck? What truck?
This site also demonstrates one of the great dangers of archeology. Not to life and limb, although that does sometimes take place. I'm talking about folklore.Indiana
[to Indy] Asps... very dangerous. You go first.Sallah
Indiana: Snakes. Why'd it have to be snakes?
Sallah: Asps. Very dangerous. You go first.
Indy, why does the floor move?Sallah
Belloq: You and I are very much alike. Archeology is our religion, yet we have both fallen from the pure faith. Our methods have not differed as much as you pretend. I am but a shadowy reflection of you. It would take only a nudge to make you like me. To push you out of the light.
Indiana: Now you're getting nasty.
You want to talk to God? Let's go see him together, I've got nothing better to do.Indiana
Dietrich: Dr. Jones, surely you don't think you can escape from this island?
Indiana: That depends on how reasonable we're all willing to be. All I want is the girl.
Dietrich: And if we refuse?
Indiana: Then your FÃ¼hrer has no prize.