Dietrich Quotes in Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
Katanga: Jones is dead. I killed him. He was of no use to us. This girl, however, has certain value where we're headed. She'll bring a very fine price. Herr Colonel - that cargo you've taken - if it's your goal, go in peace with it, but leave us the girl. It will reduce our loss on this trip.
Dietrich: Savage! You are not in a position to ask for anything. We will take what we wish, and then decide whether or not to blow your ship from the water.
[Belloq and the Nazis are walking and arguing]
Belloq: I told you not to be premature in your communique to Berlin. Archeology is not an exact science. It does not deal in time schedules!
Dietrich: The Fuhrer is not a patient man. He demands constant reports. You led me to believe...
Belloq: [interrupting him] Nothing! I made no promises! I merely said it looked very favorable. Besides, with the information in our possession, my calculations were correct.
[Belloq and the Nazis are walking and talking some more]
Belloq: Who knows. Perhaps the Ark is still waiting in some antechamber for us to discover. Perhaps there's some vital bit of evidence which eludes us. Perhaps...
Gobler: [interrupting him] Perhaps the girl can help us.
Dietrich: My feeling exactly. She was in possession of the original piece for years. She may know much if... properly motivated.
Belloq: I tell you the girl knows nothing.
Dietrich: I am surprised to find you squeamish. That is not your reputation. Anyway, it needn't concern you. I have the perfect man for this kind of work.
Toht: Heil Hitler.
[Looking over the destruction of the airfield]
Dietrich: Get the Ark away from this place immediately! Have it put on the truck! We will fly it out of Cairo! And Gobler, I want plenty of protection!
Gobler: Jawohl, Herr Ob...
[Gobler is interrupted midsentence by an explosion]
Belloq: [to himself] Jones!
Dietrich: Doctor 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: [looks at Belloq. Belloq shakes his head] And if we refuse?
Indiana: Then your FÃ¼hrer has no prize.
Belloq: The girl was mine!
Dietrich: She's of no use to us. Only your mission for the FÃ¼hrer matters.
Dietrich: [referring to Sean posing as Troy] No more drugs for that man.
Dietrich: [to Sean posing as Troy] You look like you just fucked your mother.
Dietrich: [intentionally instigating a confrontation] Hey Sean, how's your dead son?
Dietrich: [as the FBI raids Troy's hideout apartment] God damn. My place is getting FUCKED up.
Castor Troy: Ha HA HA HA HA Ha!
Fitch: So, once we kidnap "supercop", then what?
Sean Archer: [smiles enigmatically, moving his finger across his face] Tiny... surgery.
[Dietrich looks at "Castor" confused]
Sean Archer: l'd like to take his... his face... off. Yes. Now, if you'll excuse me, l have to use the little boy's wee-wee room.
[Sean stands and starts to walk away]
[Sean turns back to Dietrich]
Dietrich: You wanna take his... face...
Sean Archer: [smiles widely] Yes. His face... off. Eyes...
[Sean slightly pinches Dietrich's nose]
Sean Archer: ...nose. Skin. lt's coming off.
[Sean walks away, leaving the others totally confused of his last words]
Dietrich: [mimicks Sean's gesture] The face... off.
Dietrich: [watching staged black mass with Count Karnstein] Your Excellency is pleased with the entertainment? He's calling out the devil.
Count Karnstein: Well, so can I. Or you. But will the devil come?
Dietrich: Fresh blood?
Count Karnstein: The guts of a chicken or a suckling pig. The devil won't be cheated as easily as that, Dietrich.
Dietrich: Your Excellency is pleased with the girl?
Count Karnstein: A peasant, bought for a few gold coins. Can you never find anything new? Different?
Dietrich: Well, you know, my lord, I try.
Count Karnstein: They say that Gustav Weil has two pretty nieces staying with him. Twins. That would be something different.
Dietrich: Your Excellency is pleased to joke. We do not want trouble with a man like Weil.
Count Karnstein: I don't know why I employ you, Dietrich. You bore me, personally, and everything you do for me I find tedious, including this charade.
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