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Faith, indeed, has up to the present not been able to move real mountains . . . But it can put mountains where there are none.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Great things are done when men and mountains meet.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The supreme, the merciless, the destroyer of opposition, the exalted King, the shepherd, the protector of the quarters of the world, the King the word of whose mouth destroys mountains and seas, who by his lordly attack has forced mighty and merciless Kings from the rising of the sun to the setting of the same to acknowledge one supremacy.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
People have a natural tendency to flee to the mountains when things get tough.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Why does a virtuous man take delight in the landscapes? Because the din of the dusty world and the locked-in-ness of human habitations are what human nature habitually abhors; while on the contrary, haze, mist, and the haunting spirits of the mountains are what human nature seeks, and yet can rarely find.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Thou didst create the night, but I made the lamp. Thou didst create clay, but I made the cup. Thou didst create the deserts, mountains and forests, I produced the orchards, gardens and groves. It is I who made the glass out of stone, and it is I who turn a poison into an antidote.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A handful of pine-seed will cover mountains with the green majesty of forests. I too will set my face to the wind and throw my handful of seed on high.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Believe, if thou wilt, that mountains change their place, but believe not that man changes his nature.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Climb mountains to see lowlands.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
It is the ultimate wisdom of the mountains that a man is never more a man than when he is striving for what is beyond his grasp.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Remember that the faith that moves mountains always carries a pick.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Boris Lermontov: "The Ballet of The Red Shoes" is from a fairy tale by Hans Andersen. It is the story of a young girl who is devoured with an ambition to attend a dance in a pair of Red Shoes. She gets the shoes and goes to the dance. For a time, all goes well and she is very happy. At the end of the evening she is tired and wants to go home, but the Red Shoes are not tired. In fact, the Red Shoes are never tired. They dance her out into the street, they dance her over the mountains and valleys, through fields and forests, through night and day. Time rushes by, love rushes by, life rushes by but the Red Shoes go on.
Julian Craster: What happens in the end?
Boris Lermontov: Oh, in the end, she dies.More [07/29/2005 12:07:00]
Lt. Colonel Hal Moore: They attack us; no casualties. They retreat into the mountains and, naturally, we follow them. Smell like an ambush to you?More [12/12/2005 12:12:00]
“I think that gravity sets into everything, including careers, but pendulums do swing and mountains do become valleys after a while... if you keep on walking.”More [07/03/2006 12:07:00]
You have to go through those mountains and valleys - because that's what life is: soul growth.More [11/12/2006 12:11:00]
Aristotle: Although an inferior race, the Persians control at least four fifths of the known world. But, is it possible that the source of Egypt's mighty river Nile could rise in these distant mountains of the outer Earth? If so, an experienced navigator could find his way here, by this river, east, down into the great plains of India, out into the eastern ocean and end of the world, and by this route, up the Nile, back to Egypt, into the Middle Sea and home to Greece.More [03/23/2007 12:03:00]
Brody: The Bible speaks of the Ark leveling mountains and laying waste in entire regions. An Army that carries the Ark before it... is invincible.More [04/07/2007 12:04:00]
[Explaining the woods to Boog]
Elliot: Lesson number 1: The big rocks are called mountains and the little rocks are their babies.More [05/02/2007 12:05:00]
The outlook and future of McDowell County is brighter now than it has been for years, … We have moved mountains in the last nine months, and we are now about to move mountains again. When you look at what is happening in McDowell County, there might be more construction going on in McDowell County right now than anywhere else in the state. Things are happening.More [07/23/2007 12:07:00]
We got a good look at the Himalayas, which they tell me are about 28,000 feet high. I expected to be very impressed, but really, they didn’t look any more picturesque to me than the Berkshires or the Green Mountains. Certainly not as pleasant-looking as the wooded mountains we have in New England. I’ll leave those cold and barren slopes in Asia to the mountain climbers.More [07/25/2007 12:07:00]
Harry: I expected the Rocky Mountains to be a little rockier than this.
Lloyd: I was thinking the same thing. That John Denver's full of shit, man.More [08/12/2007 12:08:00]
“If the sun refused to shine, I'd still be loving you. If mountains crumble to the sea, there will still be you and me.”More [10/23/2007 12:10:00]
[Jeremiah and Del are parting company]
Jeremiah Johnson: You'll do well, Del; providing you don't get into trouble with all that hair.
Del Gue: Ain't this somethin'? I told my pap and mam I was going to be a mountain man; acted like they was gut-shot. "Make your life go here, son. Here's where the people is. Them mountains is for Indians and wild men." "Mother Gue", I says "the Rocky Mountains is the marrow of the world," and by God, I was right. Keep your nose in the wind and your eye along the skyline.More [05/03/2008 12:05:00]
[Jeremiah and Del are parting company]
Jeremiah Johnson: You'll do well, Del; providing you don't get into trouble with all that hair.
Del Gue: Ain't this somethin'? I told my pap and mam I was going to be a mountain man; acted like they was gut-shot. "Make your life go here, son. Here's where the people is. Them mountains is for Indians and wild men." "Mother Gue", I says "the Rocky Mountains is the marrow of the world," and by God, I was write. Keep your nose in the wind and your eye along the skyline.More [05/03/2008 12:05:00]
[Johnny and Bough are in a dark tunnel]
Johnny English: It may be pitch black, but we can still see.
Bough: Can we, sir? How?
Johnny English: The Bedouin monks of the Al Maghreb mountains developed a system of sonic chanting.
Bough: I see, sir.
Johnny English: The sound of their chanting would bounce back off any obstacles, and using their highly tuned ears they could paint a mental picture of the path ahead.
Bough: Brilliant, sir.
Johnny English: However, you must always sing in E-flat.
Johnny English: [singing] Thank you for the music / The songs I'm singing
Bough: Is it working, sir?
Johnny English: Extremely well, thank you, Bough.
Johnny English: [singing] Thanks for all the joy that...
[Johnny hits the tunnel wall]
Johnny English: Ow!More [05/13/2008 12:05:00]
Pennington: These are the Hartz Mountains of Asia. A terrain so rugged, so treacherous, no country will claim it.
Asquith: Worse then Detroit?
Pennington: I'm afraid so.More [05/25/2008 12:05:00]
Littlefoot: Mother, what's a long neck?
Littlefoot's Mother: Well, that's what we are, Dear.
Littlefoot: Why can't I play with that three-horn? We were having fun.
Littlefoot's Mother: Well, we all stick to our own kinds. The three-horns, the spike-tails, the swimmers, the flyers... we never do anything together.
Littlefoot: Why?
Littlefoot's Mother: Because we're different. It's always been that way.
Littlefoot: Well, why?
Littlefoot's Mother: Oh, don't worry so much. When we reach the Great Valley, there'll be many many long necks for you to play with.
Littlefoot: [sighs] I wish we were there now.
Littlefoot's Mother: Well, it's a long way yet. Past the Great Rock that Looks Like a Long Neck, and pass the Mountains that Burn... still a long way, but we'll get there.More [06/28/2008 12:06:00]
Innkeeper:
Castle Dracula?



Renfield:
Yes. That's where I'm going.



Innkeeper:
To the castle?



Renfield:
Yes.



Innkeeper:
No. You musn't go there. We people of the mountains believe in the castle there are vampires. Dracula and his wives - they take the form of wolves and bats. They leave their coffins at night and they feed on the blood of the living.

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Adolph Kramer, The Grandfather:
I'll not send Heidi to school.



Pastor Schultz:
What will you do with her, then?



Adolph Kramer, The Grandfather:
She'll thrive up here in the mountains with the goats and the birds.



Pastor Schultz:
What will she learn from them?



Adolph Kramer, The Grandfather:
She will learn no evil



Pastor Schultz:
That's hardly enough schooling for a child.



Adolph Kramer, The Grandfather:
I'll teach her all that is necessary.



Pastor Schultz:
Then you will teach her religion, too?



Adolph Kramer, The Grandfather:
The mountains are the only religion worth having, as I've come to find out.



Pastor Schultz:
Come back to Dörfli, neighbor. This is no life for you and the child, at amenity with God and man.



Adolph Kramer, The Grandfather:
I know what they think of me in Dörfli, and they know what I think of them. It's better that we keep apart.



Pastor Schultz:
I should not like to appeal to the law.



Adolph Kramer, The Grandfather:
Heidi will not go to school or church either. That is final.



Pastor Schultz:
I'm sorry, neighbor. May God help you.



Adolph Kramer, The Grandfather:
And if any man tried to take Heidi away from me, God help him.

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Pastor Schultz:
If a man has a hundred sheep and one is gone astray, does he not leave the ninety-nine and go into the mountains and seek that which is gone astray? And if...


[Heidi and her grandfather enter the church. Pastor Schultz pauses]



Blind Anna:
Peter, what is it?



Peter the Goat Boy:
It's the Grandfather and Heidi come to church.



Pastor Schultz:
And if he finds it, he rejoices more than of the ninety-nine which went not astray.

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[a content Conway concluding a romantic interlude with Sondra]



Robert Conway:
You know, when we were on that plane, I was fascinated by the way the shadow followed us. That silly shadow! Racing along over mountains and valleys, covering ten times the distance of the plane, and yet always there to greet us... with outstretched arms when we landed. And I've been thinking that, somehow, you're that plane, and I'm that silly shadow. That all my life I've been rushing up and down hills, leaping rivers, crashing over obstacles, never dreaming that one day that beautiful thing in flight would land on this earth and into my arms.

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Cowardly Lion:
[singing] If I were king of the fore-e-e-est / Not queen, not duke, not prince / My regal robes of the fore-e-e-est / Would be satin, not cotton, not chintz / I'd command each thing, whether fish or fowl / With a r-r-ruff and a r-r-ruff, and a royal growl - R-R-Ruff! / As I click my heels / All the trees would kneel / And the mountains bow / And the bulls kowtow / And the sparrow would take wing / If I, if I were ki-i-i-i-ng! / The rabbits would show respect to me / The chipmunks genuflect to me / Though my tail would lash / I would show compash / For every underling / If I, if I were king / Just ki-i-i-i-ing!

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Mrs. Spencer's friend:
[gasp] Good grief! I hate to tell you, dear, but your skin makes the Rocky Mountains look like chiffon velvet!

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[first lines]


[opening narration]



Bill Stockton:
My brother Larry had written from Los Angeles - which was just a dusty pueblo in those days. He said that California was a land of vivid contrasts; great snow-capped mountains and broad fertile valleys, where Mexican and newly arrived American settlers lived in peace and friendship. This seemed mighty good to me - I wanted to see it all from those mountains clear down to the broad blue waters of the Pacific. Then Larry's next letter arrived. It wasn't a very pleasant letter. It told of outlaws who were sweeping Southern California; burning, looting, murdering without rhyme or reason. A holocaust created by some madmen bent on obliterating that paradise. Gold was discovered. Men sought it and sweated and toiled for long weeks and months, only to have their ore trains ambushed and ruthlessly attacked. A towering cliff in Tahoma was blasted, engulfing the smelter below with a tragic loss of life. The dam that supplied the water for the placer mines in Los Flores Canyon was blown up, diverting the waters into Soledad Canyon rendering the sluice boxes useless. At first I thought that maybe Larry had exaggerated things a mite. But I learned different later when I discovered something I hadn't figured on. Something that stabbed deep inside like the thrust of a Navajo lance.

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[Describing the ballet of the Red Shoes]



Boris Lermontov:
"The Ballet of The Red Shoes" is from a fairy tale by Hans Andersen. It is the story of a young girl who is devoured with an ambition to attend a dance in a pair of Red Shoes. She gets the shoes and goes to the dance. For a time, all goes well and she is very happy. At the end of the evening she is tired and wants to go home, but the Red Shoes are not tired. In fact, the Red Shoes are never tired. They dance her out into the street, they dance her over the mountains and valleys, through fields and forests, through night and day. Time rushes by, love rushes by, life rushes by, but the Red Shoes go on.



Julian Craster:
What happens in the end?



Boris Lermontov:
Oh, in the end, she dies.

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Henry Winters:
These skyscrapers are magnificent. I'll take these over mountains in Idaho any day.

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[Porky is painting a lake]



Daffy Duck:
Lake?



Porky Pig:
Mmm-hmm.



Daffy Duck:
That lake?



Porky Pig:
Mmm-hmm.



Daffy Duck:
That's my lake.



Porky Pig:
Mmm-hmm.



Daffy Duck:
You can't go around painting other people's property! At least have the decency to ask me if you can paint it!



Porky Pig:
Okay, may I please paint your lake?



Daffy Duck:
No. I don't want my lake painted.



Daffy Duck:
[he wipes it off the painting with a cloth]



Daffy Duck:
The mountains are okay, I don't own them.



Daffy Duck:
[he leaves]



Porky Pig:
[angry] Ooh!



Daffy Duck:
[dressed in an old man's clothes] Hey there sonny.



Porky Pig:
And who are you?



Daffy Duck:
I'm the old man of the mountains!



Daffy Duck:
[Wipes the mountains off the painting]



Daffy Duck:
And I don't want them painted!



Porky Pig:
[he rips the disguise off of Daffy] You wait here, I've got something for you.



Porky Pig:
[sinister laugh]



Daffy Duck:
I like him, he's crazy!

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Narrator:
My dad wasn't just one man named Flint Mitchell. He was a breed of men... mountain men who lived and died in America. He used to tell me about these men he knew. Men who walked the Indian trails and blazed new ones where no man had ever been before. Men who found lakes and rivers and meadows. Men who found paths to the west and the western sea; who roamed prairies and mountains and plateaus that are now states. Men who searched for beaver and found glory. Men who died unnamed and found immortality. My father always began his story by telling me about the summer rendezvous of the mountain men. This is where they met every July after a year of trapping in the Rockies. Here they cashed in their furs, caught up on their drinking and the fighting and the gambling and the fun... and the girls. They lived hard and they played hard.

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Radio Reporter:
The recent blizzard has snowbound the mountain areas. The state highway patrol reports that all roads to the mountains may be closed for six weeks.



Sylvester:
[shouts] Six weeks? I'll starve!


[goes to the kitchen and opens the fridge]



Sylvester:
Bird seed...?



Sylvester:
[opens the cupboard] Seed?



Tweety:
Hey, putty tat! I found wots of food!


[bird seed, of course]



Tweety:
We don't have to worry, putty. There's enough food for a wong time.



Sylvester:
I'm a cat! I've gotta have cat food!



Tweety:
Aw, poor putty tat. We've got to find something for you to eat. Let's see, what do putty tats wike to eat....



Sylvester:
Well, let's see, there's liver, and there's fish, and there's, uh... there's, uh... hmmmmmm...



Tweety:
And then there's what, putty, what else is there?



Sylvester:
Never mind, never mind. I got it solved.


[runs to the kitchen]

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Massai:
You call that life? If an Apache cannot live in his home mountains like his fathers before him, he is already dead!

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[Kambei is considering the farmer's offer]



Kambei Shimada:
It's impossible.



Katsushiro:
Sir! Why not arm them with...?



Kambei Shimada:
I thought of that, too.



Katsushiro:
But sir.



Kambei Shimada:
[pointedly] This would not be a game. A band of forty bandits! Two or three "samurai" could accomplish nothing. Defense is harder than offense. Mountains in the back of the village?



Rikichi:
Yes!



Kambei Shimada:
Can horses get over them?



Rikichi:
Yes!



Kambei Shimada:
Fields in front. The village is wide open to horsemen... until the fields are flooded. One guard for each direction takes four. Two more as a reserve. You'll need at least... seven, including me.

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Kurt:
The paths of experimentation twist and turn through mountains of miscalculations and often lose themselves in error and darkness!

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Maleficent:
It's INCREDIBLE! *Sixteen years* and not a *trace* of her! She couldn't have vanished into thin air.


[to her goons]



Maleficent:
Are you sure you search everywhere?



Maleficent's goon:
Yes, yes, everywhere. We *all* did.


[the rest of the goons agree chatteringly]



Maleficent:
But what about the towns? The forests? The *mountains*?



Maleficent's goon:
Uh-huh, we've searched mountains and forests and, uh, houses and... uh, lemme see here... and in all the cradles.



Maleficent:
Cradles?



Maleficent's goon:
Yes, yes, every cradle.



Maleficent:
*Cradles*?


[to her pet raven, talking sarcastically about the goons]



Maleficent:
Did you hear that, my pet? All these years, they've been looking for a baby.


[She bursts out laughing, as do her goons]

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Willy:
Come live with me and be my love, and we will all the pleasures prove That hills and valleys, dale and field, And all the craggy mountains yield.



Bikini:
That was smashing Willy, smashing!

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Chief Wild Eagle:
[when asked how the Hekawi got their name] Many moons ago tribe move west because Pilgrims ruin neighborhood. Tribe travel west, over country and mountains and wild streams, then come big day... tribe fall over cliff, that when Hekawi get name. Medicine man say to my ancestor, "I think we lost. Where the heck are we?"

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Caractacus Pott:
And after that, Vulgaria became a free country and all the children laughed and played in the sunshine, and they were very, very happy. And Chitty flew high over the mountains back to England, everyone safe and sound, and...



Jemimah:
And Daddy and Truly were married.



Jeremy:
And lived happily ever after.



Jemimah:
Yes!



Truly Scrumptious:
Is that how the story ends?



Caractacus Pott:
[pauses] It's getting late. We'd better be getting back.


[Caractacus gets out to restart the car]

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Kiril Lakota:
Though I speak with the tongues of men and angels, and not charity, I am become a sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal. Though I have all faith so that I could remove mountains and have not charity, I am nothing.

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Percy Garris:
[singing] Oh don't you remember sweet Betsy from Pike / Crossed the high mountains with her lover Ike / Two yoke of oxen and big yellow dog / Called Shanghai rooster and one spotted hog / Hoodle-dang-hootie-i-doh, hoodle-dang-hootie-ay, hoodle-dang-hootie-i-doh, hoodle-dang-hootie-ay / Shanghai ran off and the cattle all died / last piece of bacon that morning was fried...



Butch Cassidy:
[interrupting] I think they're in the trees up ahead.



Sundance Kid:
In the bushes on the left.



Butch Cassidy:
I'm telling you they're in the trees up ahead.



Sundance Kid:
You take the trees, I'll take the bushes.



Percy Garris:
Will you two beginners cut it out.



Butch Cassidy:
Well, we're just trying to spot an ambush, Mr. Garris.



Percy Garris:
Morons. I've got morons on my team. Nobody is going to rob us going down the mountain. We have got no money going down the mountain. When we have got the money, on the way back, then you can sweat.

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Sugito:
Lately, I've been having awful nightmares. The voices may be the souls of those you've beheaded... they curse me from ponds of blood... or mountains of spikes... from ghastly places... I can hear them as they send chills down my spine. They say that they'll put a curse upon the Ogami line and they keep repeating that over and over. I am consumed with fear for our child's safety.

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Gloria Swanson:
The mountains - we're so close!

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William F. 'Buffalo Bill' Cody:
Where were ya?



William Halsey:
It's the first of the moon.



Nate Salisbury:
That's not what Buffalo Bill asked ya! Now where in the hell have you been?



William Halsey:
During the first day of the first moon, Sitting Bull visits the sun in the mountains while his squaws move the teepees to the moon path.



Nate Salisbury:
Damn it, Halsey! Stop sunning and mooning us! Now where the hell have you been?

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Joey Popchik:
With the woman that you love at your side to stand behind you, a man can move mountains with his bare heart.

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Mike:
That's the place to be right there, Wyoming! Nothin' but prairies and mountains and nobody around. All you need is your bed roll and a good horse.



Cyril:
Don't forget your toothbrush! You're still in your cavity-prone years.

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Masakage Yamagata:
How old are you, sire? Fifty-three, as I remember.



Shingen Takeda:
Why?



Masakage Yamagata:
And you still behave like a five-year-old child. People gather, scatter, they go left and right following their interests. That is not surprising. But then I find you like this. With such a narrow mind, you must not dream of rulership. Go back to your own domain. You are a mountain monkey. You should be gathering nuts in the mountains of Kai.

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Shingen Takeda:
I am wicked, as you believe. I am a scoundrel. I banished my father and I killed my own son. I will do anything to rule this country. War is everywhere. Unless somebody unifies the nation and reigns over us, we will see more rivers of blood and more mountains of the dead.

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Brody:
However, an Egyptian pharaoh...



Indiana:
Shishak.



Brody:
...yes, invaded the city of Jerusalem round about 980 B.C., and he may have take the Ark back to the city of Tanis and hidden it in a secret chamber called The Well of Souls.



Major Eaton:
[skeptically] Secret chamber?



Brody:
However, about a year after the pharaoh had returned to Egypt, the city of Tanis was consumed by the desert in a sand storm which lasted a whole year. Wiped clean by the wrath of God.



Major Eaton:
[turns slowly toward Col. Musgrove] Uh... huh.



Colonel Musgrove:
Obviously, we've come to the right men. Now you seem to know, uh, all about this Tanis, then.



Indiana:
No, no, not really. Ravenwood is the real expert. Abner did the first serious work on Tanis. Collected some of its relics. It was his obsession, really. But he never found the city.



Major Eaton:
Frankly, we're somewhat suspicious of Mr. Ravenwood, an American being mentioned so prominently in a secret Nazi cable.



Brody:
Oh, rubbish. Ravenwood's no Nazi.



Colonel Musgrove:
Well, what do the Nazis want him for then?



Indiana:
Well, obviously, the Nazis are looking for the headpiece to Staff of Ra and they think Abner's got it.



Major Eaton:
What exactly is a headpiece to the Staff of Ra?



Indiana:
Well, the staff is just a stick. I don't know, about this big. Nobody really knows for sure how high. And it's...


[turns blackboard to blank side]



Indiana:
it's, uh... it's capped with an elaborate headpiece in the shape of the sun with a crystal in the center. And what you did was, you take the staff to a special room in Tanis, a map room with a miniature of the city all laid out on the floor. And if you put the staff in a certain place at a certain time of day, the sun shone through here and made beam that came down on the floor here... and gave you the exact location of the Well of the Souls.



Colonel Musgrove:
Where the Ark of the Covenant was kept, right?.



Indiana:
That's exactly what the Nazis are looking for.



Major Eaton:
Now what does this Ark look like?



Indiana:
Uh... there's a picture of it right here.


[opens a book on the table]



Indiana:
That's it.


[they all look at an illustration of the Hebrews devastating their enemy with the Ark]



Major Eaton:
Good God!



Brody:
Yes, that's just what the Hebrews thought.



Colonel Musgrove:
[pointing to a beam of light] Uh, now what's that supposed to be coming out of there?



Indiana:
Lightning. Fire. Power of God or something.



Major Eaton:
I'm beginning to understand Hitler's interest in this.



Brody:
Oh, yes. The Bible speaks of the Ark leveling mountains and laying waste to entire regions. An army which carries the Ark before it... is invincible.

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Jed Eckert:
[in the mountains] Matt and I have been coming up to these mountains with our dad our whole lives. We can hunt, we can fish, we can stay up here a long, long time.



Robert:
How long, Jed?


[fighters and bombers pass overhead]



Jed Eckert:
[indicating the jets above them] Until we don't hear *that* no more.

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Jed Eckert:
[after the deaths of Aardvark and Colonel Tanner] It's kind of strange, isn't it? How the mountains pay us no attention at all. You laugh or you cry... The wind just keeps on blowing.



Matt Eckert:
You're getting pretty low on feelings, aren't you?



Jed Eckert:
I can't afford them.



Matt Eckert:
Even if that had been me instead of Aardvark?

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Narrator:
Ladakh - mountains in the western Himalayas. Ladakh - a country larger than Scotland but with only 100,000 inhabitants lies 15,000 feet above sea level. It borders on China, Pakistan, and Tibet. Even though politically and militarily it belongs to the large Indian muslim state of Kashmir, the culture of Ladahk has always been Tibetan.

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Mendoza:
Though I have all faith so that I could remove mountains and have not love, I am nothing. And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor and though I give my body to be burned and have not love, it profiteth me nothing. Love suffereth and love is kind. Love envieth not. Love vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up. When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child. But when I became a man, I put away childish things. But now abideth faith, hope, love... these three. But the greatest of these is love.

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