Sean Connery

Sean Connery

  • Highest Rated: 100% The Hill (1965)
  • Lowest Rated: 0% Sir Billi (2013)
  • Birthday: Aug 25, 1930
  • Birthplace: Edinburgh, Scotland
  • One of the few movie "superstars" truly worthy of the designation, actor Sean Connery was born to a middle-class Scottish family in the first year of the worldwide Depression. Dissatisfied with his austere surroundings, Connery quit school at 15 to join the navy (he still bears his requisite tattoos, one reading "Scotland Forever" and the other "Mum and Dad"). Holding down several minor jobs, not the least of which was as a coffin polisher, Connery became interested in bodybuilding, which led to several advertising modeling jobs and a bid at Scotland's "Mr. Universe" title. Mildly intrigued by acting, Connery joined the singing-sailor chorus of the London roduction of South Pacific in 1951, which whetted his appetite for stage work. Connery worked for a while in repertory theater, then moved to television, where he scored a success in the BBC's re-staging of the American teledrama Requiem for a Heavyweight. The actor moved on to films, playing bit parts (he'd been an extra in the 1954 Anna Neagle musical Lilacs in the Spring) and working up to supporting roles. Connery's first important movie role was as Lana Turner's romantic interest in Another Time, Another Place (1958) -- although he was killed off 15 minutes into the picture. After several more years in increasingly larger film and TV roles, Connery was cast as James Bond in 1962's Dr. No; he was far from the first choice, but the producers were impressed by Connery's refusal to kowtow to them when he came in to read for the part. The actor played the secret agent again in From Russia With Love (1963), but it wasn't until the third Bond picture, Goldfinger (1964), that both Connery and his secret-agent alter ego became a major box-office attraction. While the money steadily improved, Connery was already weary of Bond at the time of the fourth 007 flick Thunderball (1965). He tried to prove to audiences and critics that there was more to his talents than James Bond by playing a villain in Woman of Straw (1964), an enigmatic Hitchcock hero in Marnie (1964), a cockney POW in The Hill (1965), and a loony Greenwich Village poet in A Fine Madness (1966). Despite the excellence of his characterizations, audiences preferred the Bond films, while critics always qualified their comments with references to the secret agent. With You Only Live Twice (1967), Connery swore he was through with James Bond; with Diamonds Are Forever (1971), he really meant what he said. Rather than coast on his celebrity, the actor sought out the most challenging movie assignments possible, including La Tenda Rossa/The Red Tent (1969), The Molly Maguires (1970), and Zardoz (1973). This time audiences were more responsive, though Connery was still most successful with action films like The Wind and the Lion (1974), The Man Who Would Be King (1975), and The Great Train Robbery (1979). With his patented glamorous worldliness, Connery was also ideal in films about international political intrigue like The Next Man (1976), Cuba (1979), The Hunt for Red October (1990), and The Russia House (1990). One of Connery's personal favorite performances was also one of his least typical: In The Offence (1973), he played a troubled police detective whose emotions -- and hidden demons -- are agitated by his pursuit of a child molester. In 1981, Connery briefly returned to the Bond fold with Never Say Never Again, but his difficulties with the production staff turned what should have been a fond throwback to his salad days into a nightmarish experience for the actor. At this point, he hardly needed Bond to sustain his career; Connery had not only the affection of his fans but the respect of his industry peers, who honored him with the British Film Academy award for The Name of the Rose (1986) and an American Oscar for The Untouchables (1987) (which also helped make a star of Kevin Costner, who repaid the favor by casting Connery as Richard the Lionhearted in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves [1991] -- the most highly publicize

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

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0% Sir Billi Sir Billi 2013
No Score Yet Ever to Excel Actor 2012
17% The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Executive Producer Allan Quatermain $66.4M 2003
74% Finding Forrester William Forrester Producer $51.4M 2000
No Score Yet The James Bond Story Actor 2000
No Score Yet Hollywood Screen Tests Actor 2000
38% Entrapment Producer Robert `Mac' MacDougal 1999
60% Playing by Heart Paul 1998
5% The Avengers Sir August de Wynter 1998
66% The Rock John Patrick Mason Executive Producer 1996
50% Dragonheart Draco 1996
44% First Knight King Arthur 1995
24% Just Cause Executive Producer Paul Armstrong 1995
10% A Good Man in Africa Dr. Alex Murray 1994
33% Rising Sun Executive Producer John Connor 1993
19% Medicine Man Executive Producer Dr. Robert Campbell 1992
0% Highlander 2: The Quickening Juan Ramirez 1991
51% Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves King Richard 1991
No Score Yet Great Golf Courses of the World - Scotland Himself 1991
76% The Russia House Barley Blair 1990
89% The Hunt for Red October Marko Ramius 1990
38% Family Business Jessie 1989
88% Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Dr. Henry Jones 1989
53% The Presidio Lt. Col. Alan Caldwell 1988
No Score Yet Memories of Me Sean Connery 1988
81% The Untouchables Jim Malone 1987
No Score Yet Happy Anniversary 007 - 25 Years of James Bond Actor 1987
74% The Name of the Rose (Der Name der Rose) William of Baskerville 1986
69% Highlander Ramirez 1986
No Score Yet Sword of the Valiant The Green Knight 1984
No Score Yet James Bond 007: Coming Attractions Actor 1984
67% Never Say Never Again James Bond 1983
14% Five Days One Summer Douglas 1983
33% Wrong Is Right Patrick Hale 1982
89% Time Bandits King Agamemnon 1981
56% Outland Marshal Willian O'Neil 1981
45% Cuba Major Robert Dapes 1979
5% Meteor Dr. Paul Bradley 1979
73% The Great Train Robbery Edward Pierce 1979
No Score Yet The AFI Lifetime Achievement Awards: Alfred Hitchcock Actor 1979
59% A Bridge Too Far Maj. Gen. Roy Urquhart 1977
No Score Yet The Next Man Khalil Abdul-Muhsen 1976
77% Robin and Marian Robin Hood 1976
No Score Yet Arab Conspiracy Actor 1976
96% The Man Who Would Be King Daniel Dravot 1975
69% The Wind and the Lion Mulay el-Raisuli 1975
91% Murder on the Orient Express Col. Arbuthnot 1974
No Score Yet Ransom (The Terrorists) Nils Tahlvik 1974
48% Zardoz Zed 1974
71% The Offence Det. Sgt. Johnson 1973
64% Diamonds Are Forever James Bond 1971
88% The Red Tent Roald Amundsen 1971
70% The Anderson Tapes John Anderson 1971
89% The Molly Maguires Jack Kehoe 1970
40% Shalako Shalako 1968
72% You Only Live Twice James Bond 1967
No Score Yet The Bowler And The Bunnet Director 1967
No Score Yet A Fine Madness Samson Shillitoe 1966
No Score Yet Un monde nouveau Actor 1966
87% Thunderball James Bond 1965
100% The Hill Joe Roberts 1965
97% Goldfinger James Bond 1964
No Score Yet Woman of Straw Anthony Richmond 1964
82% Marnie Mark Rutland 1964
95% From Russia With Love James Bond 1964
95% Dr. No James Bond 1962
No Score Yet The Frightened City Paddy Damion 1962
87% The Longest Day Private Flanagan 1962
No Score Yet Anna Karenina Actor 1961
No Score Yet On the Fiddle Pedlar Pascoe 1961
No Score Yet Macbeth Actor 1961
No Score Yet Hard Drivers Actor 1960
No Score Yet Shakespeare's An Age of Kings Actor 1960
No Score Yet Tarzan's Greatest Adventure O'Bannion 1959
100% Darby O'Gill and the Little People Michael McBride 1959
100% A Night to Remember Titanic Deck Hand 1958
No Score Yet Another Time Another Place Mark Trevor 1958
No Score Yet Time Lock Actor 1957
No Score Yet Action of the Tiger Mike 1957
No Score Yet Hell Drivers Johnny 1957
No Score Yet No Road Back Spike 1957
No Score Yet Lilacs in the Spring (Let's Make Up) Actor 1954

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No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
1992-2014
Guest
  • 2003

QUOTES FROM Sean Connery CHARACTERS

James Bond
Bond. James Bond.
Mark Rutland
Marnie, try not to abscond with the family silver. In a week, when we are married, you can take legal possession.
Mark Rutland
Why the pool? Why didn't you just jump overboard?
Marnie Edgar
The idea was to kill myself-- not to feed the damned fish!
Marnie Edgar
The idea was to kill myself not to feed the damned fish!
Capt. Borodin
The crew know about the saboteur. They are afraid.
Marko Ramius
Well, that could be useful when the time comes.
James Bond
What I did was for Queen and country. Surely you don't think it gave me any pleasure?
Emilio Largo
Someone has to lose!
James Bond
Yes, I thought I saw a spectre over shoulder!
Emilio Largo
What did you mean?
James Bond
The spectre of the defeat!
Zed
Zardoz speaks to you.
Tiffany Case
You just killed James Bond!
James Bond
Is that who it was? That just shows no one's indestructible.
James Bond
That's quite a nice little nothing you're almost wearing. I approve.
Jim Malone
Federal agents this is a raid
Jim Malone
Federal agents! This is a raid!
Dr. Henry Jones
I should have mailed it to the Marx Brothers!
Dr. Henry Jones
Archaeology is the search for fact... not truth. If it's truth you're looking for, Dr. Tyree's philosophy class is right down the hall.
James Bond
shaken not stirred
James Bond
Shaken, not stirred.
O'Neil
Think it over!
Pussy Galore
My name is Pussy Galore.
James Bond
I must be dreaming...
James Bond
I must be dreaming.
Capt. Marko Ramius
Ryan some things in here don't react well to bullets
Capt. Marko Ramius
Ryan some things in here don't react well to bullets.
Dr. Henry Jones
(To Indy) The search for the Grail, is not about archaeology. If captured by the Nazis, the armies of evil will march across the face of the earth! Do you understand me?
Dr. Henry Jones
The search for the Grail, is not about archaeology. If captured by the Nazis, the armies of evil will march across the face of the earth! Do you understand me?
Indiana Jones
(In a frustrated mood, turns and points to Henry) This is an obsession, Dad. I never understood it! Never! (Turns away) Neither did Mom.
Indiana Jones
This is an obsession, Dad. I never understood it! Never! Neither did Mom.
Dr. Henry Jones
Oh yes she did! Only too well. Until she kept her illness from me.
Robert Dapes
I'm not asking you to go on a holiday!
Alexandra Pulido
Don't shout. [pours some coffee] Robert, it's very nice of you, and I know what you're saying. But I don't really know you, do I? You knew me when I was a silly girl of fifteen...
Alexandra Pulido
Don't shout. Robert, it's very nice of you and I know what you're saying. But I don't really know you, do I? You knew me when I was a silly girl of fifteen.
Robert Dapes
Seventeen!
Alexandra Pulido
[deep breath] ...fifteen. I fell in love with a handsome British soldier; you know what I remember most about you? Your knees!
Alexandra Pulido
Fifteen. I fell in love with a handsome British soldier. You know what I remember most about you? Your knees!
James Bond
A martini. Shaken, not stirred.
James Bond
Bond. James Bond.
James Bond
I admire your courage, Miss...
James Bond
I admire your courage, Miss?
Sylvia
Trench. Sylvia Trench. I admire your luck, Mr. ...
Sylvia
Trench. Sylvia Trench. I admire your luck, Mr.?
James Bond
Bond. *closes his cigar lighter* James Bond.
James Bond
Bond. James Bond.
Dr. Henry Jones
(When he learns Indy brought back his diary) I should've mailed it to the Marx brothers.
Indiana Jones
Would you take it easy?
Dr. Henry Jones
Take it easy? Why do you think I sent it home in the first place? So that it wouldn't fall into their hands!
Indiana Jones
I came here to save you!
Dr. Henry Jones
Oh yeah, and who's gonna come to save you, Junior?!
Indiana Jones
I told you...(grabs machine gun and shoots Nazis) don't call me 'Junior'!
Dr. Henry Jones
(When he learns Indy brought back his diary) I should've mailed it to the Marx brothers.
Indiana Jones
Would you take it easy?
Dr. Henry Jones
Take it easy? Why do you think I sent it home in the first place? So that it wouldn't fall into their hands!
Indiana Jones
I came here to save you!
Dr. Henry Jones
Oh yeah, and who's gonna come to save you, Junior?!
Indiana Jones
I told you...(grabs machine gun and shoots Nazis) don't call me 'Junior'!
Dr. Henry Jones
(When he learns Indy brought back his diary) I should've mailed it to the Marx brothers.
Indiana Jones
Would you take it easy?
Dr. Henry Jones
Take it easy? Why do you think I sent it home in the first place? So that it wouldn't fall into their hands!
Indiana Jones
I came here to save you!
Dr. Henry Jones
Oh yeah, and who's gonna come to save you, Junior?!
Indiana Jones
I told you...(grabs machine gun and shoots Nazis) don't call me 'Junior'!
James Bond
Welcome to Hell Blofeld
James Bond
Welcome to Hell, Blofeld.
Honey Ryder
Are you looking for shells?
James Bond
No, i'm just looking.
James Bond
No, I'm just looking.
Raisuli the Magnificent
We will all eat lamb in Paradise.
Raisuli the Magnificent
Mrs. Pedecaris, you're a lot of trouble.
Dr. Henry Jones
Indiana...Indiana. Let it go.
Dr. Henry Jones
Indiana... Indiana. Let it go.
Dr. Henry Jones
(After hitting Indiana with the vase) Junior?
Dr. Henry Jones
[after hitting Indiana with the vase] Junior?
Indiana Jones
(Stands at attention) Yes, sir!
Indiana Jones
[stands at attention] Yes, sir!
Dr. Henry Jones
It is you, Junior!
Indiana Jones
Don't call me that, please.
Tiffany Case
I'll finish dressing.
James Bond
Oh, please don't. Not on my account!
James Bond
Welcome to hell, Blofeld!
Ernst Stavros Blofeld
James Bond. Allow me to introduce myself. I am Ernst Stavro Blofeld. They told me you were assassinated in Hong Kong.
James Bond
Yes, this is my second life.
Ernst Stavros Blofeld
You only live twice, Mr. Bond.
Ernst Stavros Blofeld
The firing power inside my crater is enough to annihilate a small army. You can watch it all on TV. It's the last program you're likely to see.
James Bond
Well, if I'm gonna be forced to watch television, may I smoke?
Ernst Stavros Blofeld
Yes. Give him his cigarettes. It won't be the nicotine that kills you, Mr. Bond.
Aki
You wouldn't touch that horrible woman, would you?
James Bond
Oh heaven forbid.
Domino Derval
I'm glad I killed him.
James Bond
You're glad?
James Bond
I hope we didn't scare the fishes.
James Bond
It looks very difficult.[Shooting from the hip, Bond shatters his clay pigeon] Why no, it isn't, is it!
James Bond
It looks very difficult. [Shooting from the hip, Bond shatters his clay pigeon] Why no, it isn't, is it!
James Bond
Placing Fiona's body in a chair after she is shot on the dance floor] Do you mind if my friend sits this one out? She's just dead.
Patricia Fearing
What exactly do you do?
James Bond
Oh, I travel... a sort of licensed troubleshooter.
James Bond
Well now, what's a nice girl like you doing in a place like this?
James Bond
Bond, James Bond
James Bond
Bond, James Bond.
James Bond
Do you expect me to talk?
Auric Goldfinger
No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!
Pussy Galore
My name is Pussy Galore.
James Bond
I must be dreaming.
Pussy Galore
What happened? Where's Goldfinger?
James Bond
Playing his golden harp.
James Bond
Manners, Oddjob. I thought you always took your hat off to a lady.to Pussy] You know, he kills little girls like you.
Pussy Galore
Little boys, too.
James Bond
Shocking! Positively shocking!
James Bond
Red wine with fish. Well that should have told me something.
Red Grant
You may know the right wines, but you're the one on your knees. How does it feel old man?
Tania Romanova
But, there are some English customs that are going to be changed.
James Bond
But of course darling.
James Bond
Tell me, does the toppling of American missiles really compensate for having no hands?
Dr. No
The Americans are fools. I offered my services, they refused. So did the East. Now they can both pay for their mistake.
James Bond
World domination. The same old dream. Our asylums are full of people who think they're Naploeon. Or God.
James Bond
I think they were on their way to a funeral
James Bond
I think they were on their way to a funeral!
Jim Malone
Once you enter this door, there's not going back!
Jill Masterson
Who are you!
James Bond
Bond, James Bond.
James Bond
Suppose when we meet in the flesh, I don't come up to her expectations.
M
Just see that you do.
James Bond
Let's have a little fun with Mr. Goldfinger!
Ramirez
you have the manners of a goat, and you smell like a dung heap
Ramirez
You have the manners of a goat. And you smell like a dung-heap!
Raisuli the Magnificent
(Telegram) To Theodore Roosevelt: You are like the Wind and i Like the Lion. You form the tempest, The sand stings my eyes and the ground is in parched. I roar in defiance but you do not hear. But between us there is a difference. I like the Lion must remain in my place, but you like the wind, will never know yours.(Signed) Mulai Ahmed Mohammed el Raisuli the Magnificent, Lord of the Rif, Sultan to the Berbers
Raisuli the Magnificent
[telegram] To Theodore Roosevelt: You are like the Wind and i Like the Lion. You form the tempest, The sand stings my eyes and the ground is in parched. I roar in defiance but you do not hear. But between us there is a difference. I like the Lion must remain in my place, but you like the wind, will never know yours. [signed] Mulai Ahmed Mohammed el Raisuli the Magnificent, Lord of the Rif, Sultan to the Berbers.
Jim Malone
You wanna get Capone? Here's how you get him. He pulls a knife, you pull a gun. He sends one of yours to the hospital, you send one of his to the morgue! That's the Chicago way
Jim Malone
You wanna get Capone? Here's how you get him. He pulls a knife, you pull a gun. He sends one of yours to the hospital, you send one of his to the morgue! That's the Chicago way.
"Draco"
You must have hated us very much.
Bowen
I only hated one of you. These I killed because I wanted to kill him. But I never found and I never will. Since you're the last, he must be dead.
"Draco"
Tell me, what was he like, this dragon you hated?
Bowen
He only had half a heart, but even that was enough to pollute an innocent boy.
"Draco"
Einon was no innocent! HE polluted the heart!
Bowen
How do you know that? How do you know that, dragon?
"Draco"
[trying to carefully choose his words] All dragons know that story. What was to be their hope became their doom; a spoiled ungrateful child was given a great gift and destroyed it!
Bowen
No! I knew Einon. I was his mentor, I taught him the ways of right of honor.
"Draco"
Then he betrayed you just as he did the dragon whose heart he broke.
Bowen
That's a lie, dragon!
"Draco"
STOP CALLING ME DRAGON! I have a name.
Bowen
Well what is it?
"Draco"
It's impossible to pronounce it in your tongue.
Bowen
Try me.
"Draco"
It's... [a fiery pain in his left shoulder sends him to the ground]
Jim Malone
Carry a badge carry a gun.
Dr. Henry Jones
(Observing the vase) Late 14th century, Ming Dynasty. How it breaks the heart.
Dr. Henry Jones
[observing the vase] Late 14th century, Ming Dynasty. How it breaks the heart.
Indiana Jones
And the head. You hit me, Dad.
Dr. Henry Jones
I'll never forgive myself.
Indiana Jones
Don't worry, I'm fine.
Dr. Henry Jones
Thank God...it's fake. See, you can tell with the cross section.
James Bond
You expect me to talk?
Auric Goldfinger
{chuckles}No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die.
Auric Goldfinger
[chuckles] No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die.
Pussy Galore
My name is Pussy Galore
Pussy Galore
My name is Pussy Galore.
James Bond
I must be dreaming
James Bond
I must be dreaming.
Indiana Jones
I can get it! I can almost reach it, Dad...
Dr. Henry Jones
Indiana. Indiana, let it go.
James Bond
Dink, meet Felix Leiter.
Dink
Hello!
James Bond
Felix, say hello to Dink.
Felix Leiter
Hi, Dink.
James Bond
Dink, say goodbye to Felix.
Dink
Hmm?
James Bond
Er, Man talk. **TOOSHIE-SLAP**
James Bond
Er, Man talk. *TOOSHIE-SLAP*
Jim Malone
"Isn't that just like a wop...brings a knife to a gunfight. Get outta here ya dego bastard!"
Jim Malone
Isn't that just like a wop... brings a knife to a gunfight. Get outta here ya dego bastard!
Dr. Henry Jones
You don't think he'd bring the Diary all the way back here do you? You didn't...... I should have mailed it to the Marx brothers!
James Bond
He got the point.
William Forrester
The Times is dinner, The National Enquirer is dessert.
Jim Malone
What are you prepared to do.
Sanderson Reed
Where is your sense of patriotism?
Allan Quatermain
[stands up with a drink] God save the Queen. [the other patrons of the club mutter an apathetic return to the toast]
Nigel
God save her.
Allan Quatermain
[to Reed] That's about as patriotic as it gets around here.
Allan Quatermain
If you can't do it with one bullet, don't do it at all.
Allan Quatermain
Jekyll, come on! We'll need Hyde!
Dr. Henry Jekyll/Edward Hyde
No! Hyde will never use me again.
Dorian Gray
Then what good are you?
Bowen
And now, Draco, without you, what do we do? Where do we turn?
"Draco"
[rising] To the stars, Bowen. To the stars.
William Forrester
You're the man now, dog!
Johnson
Why ain't you beautiful? You're not even pretty. [said to wife]
Sallah
What does it always mean, with this "Junior"?
Sallah
What does it always mean, with this 'Junior'?
Dr. Henry Jones
That's his name, "Henry Jones Junior"
Dr. Henry Jones
That's his name, 'Henry Jones Junior'.
Indiana Jones
I like "Indiana"
Indiana Jones
I like 'Indiana'.
Indiana Jones
We named the dog "Indiana"
Indiana Jones
We named the dog 'Indiana'.
Marcus Brody
May we go home now, please?
Sallah
The Dog? You are named after the Dog? [He then laughs].
Sallah
The Dog? You are named after the Dog? [he then laughs]
Indiana Jones
Got a lot of fun memories with that dog.
James Bond
Ejector seat? You must be joking.
Q
I never joke about my work 007.
Jill Masterson
Who are you!?
James Bond
Bond, James Bond.
Joe Roberts
We're all doing time here, even the screws.
Dr. Henry Jones
They were trying to kill us!
Indiana Jones
I know, Dad!
Dr. Henry Jones
This is a new experience for me.
Indiana Jones
Happens to me all the time.
James Bond
I think they were on they're way to a funeral...
Dr. Henry Jones
When we get to Alexandretta, we will face 3 challenges). First: "The Breath of God" - Only the penitent man will Pass. Second: "The Word of God" - Only in the footsteps of God will he proceed. Third: "The Path of God" - Only in the leap from the lion's head will he prove his worth.
Dr. Henry Jones
When we get to Alexandretta, we will face 3 challenges; First: 'The Breath of God' - Only the penitent man will Pass. Second: 'The Word of God' - Only in the footsteps of God will he proceed. Third: 'The Path of God' - Only in the leap from the lion's head will he prove his worth.
Raisuli the Magnificent
Ignorance is a steep hill with perilous rocks at the bottom.
Sherif
Great Raisuli, we have lost everything. All is drifting on the wind as you said. We have lost everything.
Raisuli the Magnificent
Sherif, is there not one thing in your life that is worth losing everything for?
Eden Pedecaris
(playing chess with Raisuli) You are in a lot of trouble! You should never have moved that knight or kidnapped me - both will see you undone.
Eden Pedecaris
[playing chess with Raisuli] You are in a lot of trouble! You should never have moved that knight or kidnapped me - both will see you undone.
Raisuli the Magnificent
It is not I who determine the outcome of these events - it is the will of Allah.
Raisuli the Magnificent
Mrs. Pedecaris, you are a lot of trouble!
Stanley Goodspeed
If the rocket renders it aerosol, it could take out an entire city of people.
John Patrick Mason
Really? And what happens if you drop one?
Stanley Goodspeed
Well, happily, it will just wipe just you and me
John Patrick Mason
How?
Stanley Goodspeed
It's a cholinesterase inhibitor. It stops the brain from sending messages down the spinal cord within 30 seconds. Any epidermal exposure or inhalation and you'll a twinge at the small of your back as the poison seizes your nervous system... DO NOT MOVE THAT! Your muscles freezes, you can't breathe, you spasm so hard you break your back and spit your guts out. But that's after your skin melts off.
John Patrick Mason
My God.
Stanley Goodspeed
Well, I think we'd like God on our side at the moment, don't you?
Jim Malone
"Enough of this running shit!"
Jim Malone
Enough of this running shit!
William Forrester
We walk away from our dreams afraid that we may fail, or worse yet, afeaid we may succeed.
William Forrester
The key to a woman's heart is an unexpected gift at an unexpected time.
William Forrester
You must write your first draft with your heart. You rewrite with your head. The first key to writing is... to write, not to think.
Indiana Jones
[spotting an approaching fighter] 11 o'clock! Dad, 11 o'clock!
Dr. Henry Jones
[looking at his watch] What happens at 11 o'clock?
Slumber
(Marc Lawrence): The stiff, ehm, the deceased back there... Your brother, Mr. Franks?
Slumber
The stiff, ehm, the deceased back there... Your brother, Mr. Franks?
James Bond
Yes, it was.
Slumber
(Sid Haig): I got a brudder.
Slumber
I got a brudder.
James Bond
Small world.
Dr. Henry Jones
Got lost in his own museum huh?
Dr. Henry Jones
My boy we're pilgrims in an unholy land
Dr. Henry Jones
My boy we're pilgrims in an unholy land.
William of Baskerville
"Have you ever known a place where a God would have felt at home ?"
William of Baskerville
Have you ever known a place where God WOULD have felt at home?
Dr. Henry Jones
[boarding a bi-plane] I didn't know you can fly a plane!
Indiana Jones
Fly? Yes. Land? No!
Dr. Henry Jones
[to Indiana, coming out from a tank] You call this archaeology?