Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade
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Henry: Come on, Junior.
Indiana: Will you please stop calling me Junior?
Sallah: Please, what does this mean? Always with this Junior?
Henry: That's his name: Henry Jones, Junior.
Indiana: I like Indiana.
Henry: We named the dog Indiana.
Sallah: The dog? You are named after the dog.
Marcus: Can we go home please?
Indiana: I have a lot of fond memories of that dog.

[Henry has activated a secret lever which rotates him and Indiana from a room on fire to a room full of German soldiers.]
Henry Jones: Our situation has not improved.

Henry: I ought to tell you something.
Indiana: Don't get sentimental now, dad. Save it till we get out of here.
Henry: The floor's on fire. See? And the chair.

Indiana: A dead end, how do we get out of here!?!
Henry: I find, if I just sit down and think...
[Henry sits in a rocking chair, triggers a lever, and opens a staircase, down which Indiana falls.]
Henry: ...the solution presents itself.

[Two Nazi planes fire on our heroes who have managed to take a biplane.]
Indiana: Dad, you're going to have to use the machinegun! Eleven-o-clock! Dad, eleven-o-clock!
Henry: [Pulls out his watch.] What happens at eleven-o-clock?

Henry: I'm here now. What do you want to talk about? Hm?
Indiana: I can't think of anything.
Henry: Then what are you complaining about?

[Elsa kisses Indy.]
Elsa: That's how Austrians say goodbye.
[Colonel Vogel stands in front of Indy.]
Well, this is how we say goodbye in Germany, Dr. Jones.
[Colonel Vogel hits him and his head hits the back of Henry's head.]
Indiana: I liked the Austrian way better.
Henry: So did I.

[After tossing Col. Vogel out of a zeppelin window, Indy looks back at the stunned passengers.]
Indiana Jones: No ticket.
[Everyone madly scrabbles for their tickets.].

[After flying through the burning wreckage of the plane that passed them in the tunnel.]
Henry: Well, they don't come any closer than that.

Indiana Jones: 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.

Henry: I suddenly remembered my Charlemagne. Might my armies be the rocks and the trees and the birds in the sky.

Indy: Sallah, where's Marcus?
Sallah: They have him, in the belly of that steel beast.

[Henry and Indiana are in a dogfight with the Germans. Henry tries to fire on a German plane, and mulches the tail of his own plane.]
Indiana: Dad? Dad! Are we hit?!?
Henry: More or less... Son, I'm sorry... They got us.

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Plot hole: When Indy is stepping on the letters at the end, trying to spell out God's name, he steps on J, incorrectly, causing it to collapse. When he falls through, however, he grabs onto another letter so as not to fall down. The letters he grabs onto and pulls himself up are an L and a Y, which are not in the word Iehova, so should have collapsed too. (01:46:20)

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Trivia: Hitler was played by the actor Michael Sheard, this was the third time he had played Hitler for film and TV. Ironically, Sheard's wife was half-Jewish.

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Question: It seems that going after the grail diary in Berlin was just a plot point. Henry obviously knew about the trials in the cave by heart. The search for the holy grail has been a hobby of his for 40 years or so. Am I right?

Answer: Henry says, in response to Indy asking if he remembered the details of the trials: "I wrote them down in my diary so that I wouldn't have to remember." So, obviously he did NOT know them by heart. Also, as the other answer says, they didn't want the diary to either be in the Nazis' possession or be burned.

Answer: Neither Henry or Indiana would want the diary to remain in German hands. The Nazis wanted the Grail to exploit its power. As Elsa was a German scientist, she'd already gleaned enough knowledge from Henry and Indy to utilize the information contained within the diary. The diary also contained considerable data about the Grail and its history that Henry had researched over the years and would not have memorized and wanted to retain. He would also want to pass it on to Indy.

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