Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) Poster

Michael Byrne: Vogel



  • Indiana Jones : [dressed as the ticket-taker]  Tickets please.

    Colonel Vogel : [in German]  What?

    [Indiana punches him, picks him up and throws him out a window into a pile of luggage; the other passengers look at him, bewildered] 

    Indiana Jones : [pointing out the window at Vogel]  No ticket.

    [the other passengers all pull out their tickets and wave them furiously at him] 

  • [Nazi Colonel Vogel is torturing Henry to get answers] 

    Colonel Vogel : 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?

    [he slaps Henry in the face with his glove] 

    Colonel Vogel : Why?

    [he slaps him again] 

    Colonel Vogel : What are you hiding?

    [he slaps him again] 

    Colonel Vogel : What does the diary tell you that it doesn't tell us?

    [he tries to slap him again; Henry grabs his wrist, stopping him] 

    Professor Henry Jones : [through his teeth]  It tells me, that goose-stepping morons like yourself should try *reading* books instead of *burning* them!

  • Walter Donovan : However, your highness, we would not think of crossing your soil without your permission, nor of removing the Grail from your borders without suitable compensation.

    Sultan : What have you brought?

    Colonel Vogel : Bring den Schatz!

    [two German soldiers place a chest containing golden treasures in front of the Sultan] 

    Walter Donovan : Precious valuables, your highness. Donated by some of the finest families in all of Germany.

    [the Sultan turns and walks away before Donovan finishes speaking. He walks up to their staff car, a Rolls-Royce] 

    Sultan : Rolls-Royce Phantom II. 4.3 litre, 30 horsepower, six cylinder engine, with Stromberg downdraft carburettor, can go from zero to 100 kilometres an hour in 12.5 seconds. And I even like the color.

    Walter Donovan : The keys are in the ignition, your highness.

    Sultan : You shall have camels, horses, an armed escort, provisions, desert vehicles and tanks.

  • [Vogel is holding Elsa hostage at gunpoint] 

    Colonel Vogel : Throw down the gun or the girl will die.

    Professor Henry Jones : But she's one of them.

    Elsa : Indy, please!

    Professor Henry Jones : She's a Nazi.

    Indiana Jones : What?

    Professor Henry Jones : Trust me.

    Elsa : Indy, help!

    Colonel Vogel : I will kill her!

    Professor Henry Jones : Oh yeah? Go ahead.

    Indiana Jones : No! Don't shoot!

    Professor Henry Jones : Don't worry. He won't.

    Elsa : Indy, please do what he says!

    Professor Henry Jones : And don't listen to her.

    Colonel Vogel : Enough! She dies!

    Indiana Jones : Wait! Wait.

    [Indy tosses over the gun. Vogel lets Elsa go and she runs right into Indy's arms] 

    Elsa : I'm sorry.

    Indiana Jones : Don't be.

    [Elsa takes the grail diary from Indy's pocket, smiles, then hands it to Vogel] 

    Elsa : But you should have listened to your father.

  • Elsa : [to Indy]  I'll never forget how vonderful it vas.

    Professor Henry Jones : Why thank you. It was rather wonderful.

    Elsa : [kisses Indy]  Zat's how Austrians say goodbye.

    Colonel Vogel : Und zis is how ve zay goodbye in Germany, Dr. Jones.

    [punches Indy with the head of his cane; Indy's head smacks into Henry's behind him] 

    Indiana Jones : I liked the Austrian way better.

    Professor Henry Jones : So did I.

  • [Vogel has captured Henry] 

    Walter Donovan : Colonel. Jones is getting away.

    Colonel Vogel : I think not, Herr Donovan.

    Walter Donovan : Not THAT Jones, the OTHER Jones.

  • Colonel Vogel : [after blasting a truck off of the tank]  Where is Jones?

  • Colonel Vogel : Dr. Schneider, message from Berlin. You must return immediately. A rally at the Institute of Aryan Culture.

    Elsa : So?

    Colonel Vogel : Your presence on the platform is requested at the highest level.

    Elsa : Thank you, Herr Oberst. I will meet you at Inskenderun.

    Walter Donovan : Take this diary to the Reichsmuseum in Berlin. It will show them our progress, ahead of schedule. Without the map, I'm afraid it's no better than a souvenir.

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