Movie: The Flight of the Phoenix [1965] Movie: The Flight of the Phoenix [1965]

Movie: The Flight of the Phoenix [1965] Movie: The Flight of the Phoenix [1965]

Lew Moran:
You told Towns he was behaving as if stupidity was a virtue. If he's making it into a virtue, YOU'RE MAKING IT INTO A BLOODY SCIENCE!

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Lew Moran:
If you marched a hundred and six miles by the stars and your calculations were just one per cent out, you could pass the Eiffel Tower in daylight and never even see it.

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Lew Moran:
It may not be the best possible advertisement. but Frank Towns is probably one of the few really great pilots left in thios push-button world of yours.



Heinrich Dorfmann:
Oh, really?



Lew Moran:
[angrily] Yes, 'Oh, really!' He was flying by the seat of his pants in planes that were nothing more than bits and pieces before you even went to school!



Heinrich Dorfmann:
That's precisely what is wrong - he has remembered everything and learned nothing!

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Lew Moran:
Time was you could take real pride, in just getting there, flying used to be fun Lou, it really was.



Frank Towns:
He's crazy Lou, he builds toy airplanes.

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Frank Towns:
If you hadn't made a career out of being a drunk you might not have been a second-rate navigator in a firth-rate outfit. And if you'd not stayed in your bunk to kill that last bottle, maybe you might have checked that engineer's report on the radio and we might not be here now. All right!

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