Indiana Jones And The Raiders Of The Lost Ark CD1
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The Hovitos are near.
The poison is still fresh. Three days. They're following us.
If they knew we were here, they would have killed us already.
This is it. This is where Forrestal cashed in.
- A friend of yours? - A competitor. He was good.
- He was very, very good. - Señor, nobody's come out alive.
Stop. Stay out of the light.
Let us hurry. There is nothing to fear here.
That's what scares me.
- Stay here. - If you insist, señor.
- Give me the whip. - Throw me the idol.
No time to argue. Throw the idol, I throw the whip.
- Give me the whip! - Adiós, señor.
Dr Jones, there is nothing you can possess which I cannot take away.
And you thought I had given up.
You chose the wrong friends. This time it will cost you.
Too bad the Hovitos don't know you the way I do, Belloq.
Yes, too bad. You could warn them, if only you spoke Hovitos.
Jock! Start the engines! Get it up!
Jock, the engines! Start the engines, Jock!
There's a big snake in the plane, Jock!
That's just my pet snake, Reggie.
I hate snakes, Jock. I hate them!
Come on, show a little backbone, will you!
"Neo", meaning "new", and "lithic",
l-T-H-l-C, meaning "stone".
Let's get back to Turkdean barrow near Hazelton.
It contains a central passage and three chambers, or cists...
Don't confuse that with robbing,
which means the removal of the barrow's contents.
This site also demonstrates... one of the great dangers of archaeology,
not to life and limb, though that does happen too...
No, I'm talking about folklore.
Local tradition held that there was a golden coffin buried at the site.
This accounts for the holes dug all over and the poor condition of the find.
However, chamber 3 was undisturbed.
The undisturbed chamber and the grave goods found...
...in the area give us...
...reason to date this find as we have. Any questions, then?
No, OK. That's it for the day, then.
Don't forget Michaelson, chapters four and five for next time.
I will be in my office on Thursday, but not Wednesday.
I had it, Marcus. I had it in my hand.
- What happened? - Guess.
- Belloq? - Want to hear about it?
No. I'm sure everything you do for the museum
conforms to the Treaty for the Protection of Antiquities.
It's beautiful. I can get it. He can only sell it in Marrakech. I need $2,000.
Listen, old boy, I've brought some people to see you.
- I've got these pieces. Good pieces. - Indiana...
The museum will buy them, as usual. Yes, they are nice.
- Worth a ticket to Marrakech. - The people are waiting.
- What people? - Army Intelligence.
They knew you were coming. They know everything.
- I don't know what they want. - Why should I see them?
Am I in trouble?
Dr Jones, we've heard a great deal about you.
Professor of Archaeology, expert on the occult,
and - how does one say it? - obtainer of rare antiquities.
That's one way of saying it. Why don't you sit down?
Yes, you're a man of many talents.
You studied under Professor Ravenwood in Chicago?
- Yes, I did. - You've no idea of his whereabouts?
Just rumours really. Somewhere in Asia, I think.
I haven't spoken to him for ten years. We were friends, but...
...had a bit of a falling out, I'm afraid.
Dr Jones, you must understand that this is all strictly confidential.
Yesterday, our European sections intercepted a German communiqué
that was sent from Cairo to Berlin.
The Nazis have teams of archaeologists running around the world
looking for religious artefacts.
Hitler's a nut on the subject, crazy. He's obsessed with the occult.
There's a German archaeological dig going on in the desert outside Cairo.
We've got some information, but we can't decipher it. Maybe you can.
"Tanis development proceeding. Acquire headpiece, Staff of Ra.
"Abner Ravenwood, US."
The Nazis have discovered Tanis.
What does Tanis mean to you?
It's a possible resting place of the Lost Ark. The Ark of the Covenant.
The chest the Hebrews carried the Ten Commandments in.
- The Ten Commandments? - The actual Commandments.
The tablets Moses brought down from Mount Horeb and smashed,
if you believe in that sort of thing. Ever go to Sunday school?
The Hebrews put the broken pieces in the Ark. When they settled in Canaan,
- they put it in the Temple of Solomon. - In Jerusalem.
Where it stayed for many years, until, whoosh, it's gone.
- Where? - Nobody knows where or when.
An Egyptian Pharaoh, Shishak, invaded Jerusalem about 980 BC,
and may have taken the Ark to the city of Tanis
and hidden it in a secret chamber called the Well of Souls.
About a year after the Pharaoh returned to Egypt,
the city of Tanis was consumed by the desert in a year-long sandstorm.
Wiped clean by the wrath of God.
Obviously we've come to the right men. You seem to know all about Tanis.
Not really. Ravenwood is the real expert.
Abner did the first serious work on Tanis. Collected some of its relics.
It was his obsession. But he never found the city.
Frankly, we're somewhat suspicious of Mr Ravenwood,
being mentioned so prominently in a secret Nazi cable.
- Rubbish. Ravenwood's no Nazi. - Why do they want him, then?
They want the Staff of Ra headpiece and they think Abner's got it.
What is the Staff of Ra headpiece?
The Staff is just a stick about this big, nobody knows for sure how high.
It's capped with an elaborate headpiece
in the shape of the sun, with a central crystal.
You'd take the Staff to a map room with a miniature of the city on the floor.
If you put the Staff in a certain place at a certain time,
the sun shone through here and made a beam on the floor,
giving the location of the Well of Souls.
- Where the Ark was kept. - Which is what the Nazis are seeking.
What does this Ark look like?
There's a picture of it right here.
- Good God! - That's what the Hebrews thought.
What's that coming out of there?
Lightning. Fire. The power of God or something.
I'm beginning to understand Hitler's interest in this.
The Bible speaks of the Ark laying waste to entire regions.
An army which carries the Ark before it...
You did it, didn't you?
- They want you to go for it. - Oh, Marcus!
They want you to get the Ark before the Nazis do and they'll pay handsomely.
And the museum gets the Ark when we're finished?
- The Ark of the Covenant... - Nothing else has come close.
It represents everything we got into archaeology for.
Five years ago, I would've gone after it myself. I'm rather envious.
I've got to locate Abner. I think I know where to start.
- Suppose she'll still be with him? - Possibly.
Marion's the least of your worries, believe me, Indy.
What do you mean?
For nearly three thousand years, Man has been searching for the lost Ark.
Not something to be taken lightly.
No one knows its secrets.
It's like nothing you've ever gone after before.
Are you trying to scare me? You sound like my mother.
We've known each other for a long time. I don't believe in hocus-pocus.
I'm after a find of historical significance, you're talking about the boogieman.
Besides, you know what a cautious fellow I am.
Nice to see you again, Dr Jones.
Always knew someday you'd walk back through my door.
I never doubted that. Something made it inevitable.
What are you doing here in Nepal?
I need a piece your father collected.
I learned to hate you in the last ten years.
- I never meant to hurt you. - I was a child in love. It was wrong.
- You knew what you were doing. - Now I do. This is my place. Get out!
You needn't be happy about what I did, but maybe we can help each other now.
I need one of the pieces your father collected. Bronze piece, about this size.
- Know the one I mean? - Yeah, I know it.
- Marion, I'm sorry. - Do you know what you did to my life?
- I can only say sorry so many times. - Say it again anyway.
- Sorry. - Yeah, everybody's sorry.
Abner was sorry for taking me to look for his junk,
I'm sorry to still be stuck in this dive.
Everybody's sorry for something.
It's a worthless bronze medallion. Are you going to give it to me?
- I don't know where it is. - Maybe you could find it.
Well, that will get me back, but not in style.
I can get you another two in the States. It's important.
You know the piece I mean? You know where it is?
- Come back tomorrow. - Why?
Because I said so, that's why.
See you tomorrow, Indiana Jones.
- Good evening, Fräulein. - The bar's closed.
We are not thirsty.
- What do you want? - The same thing Dr Jones wanted.
Surely he told you there'd be other interested parties?
It must've slipped his mind.
The man is nefarious.
I hope, for your sake, he has not yet acquired it.
- Why? Are you willing to offer more? - Almost certainly. Do you still have it?
No, but I know where it is.
How about a drink?
Your fire is dying here. Why don't you tell me where the piece is right now?
Listen, Herr Mac, I don't know who you're used to dealing with,
but nobody tells me what to do in my place.
Let me show you what I am used to.
Take your hands off me!
Take your lousy hands off!
Wait! I can be reasonable.
- That time is past. - You don't need that.
I'll tell you everything.
Yes, I know you will.
Let her go.
Shoot them. Shoot them both.
At least you haven't forgotten how to show a lady a good time.
- You're something! - Tell you what...
Until I get back my $5,000, you're getting more than you bargained for.
I'm your goddamn partner!
Cairo, city of the living.
A paradise on earth.
Why do you forget yourselves? What is this?
Where did this animal come from?
Cute. What an adorable creature.
Then it shall be welcome in our house.
You don't have to keep it just because of me.
I knew the Germans would hire you, Sallah. You're the best digger in Egypt.
My services are inconsequential to them. They've hired every digger in Cairo.
The excavation is enormous.
They hire strong backs and pay pennies. It's as if the Pharaohs had returned.
- When did they find the map room? - Three days ago.
They have not one brain among them. Except one...
He's very clever. He's a French archaeologist.
- What's his name? - They call him Bellosh.
The Germans have a great advantage over us.
They are near to discovering the Well of Souls.
They're not going to find it without this.
Who can tell us about these markings?
Perhaps a man I know can help us.
Indy, there's something that troubles me.
What is it?
If it is there at Tanis, it is something Man was not meant to disturb.
Death has always surrounded it. It is not of this earth.
- Do we need the monkey? - I'm surprised at you.
Talking that way about our baby.
- He's got your looks, too. - And your brains.
I noticed that. She's a smart little thing. Smart.
- Where are you going? - She'll be all right. Have a date.
Come on, come on... Marion!
- What's this? - It's a date. You eat them.
Why haven't you settled down and had nine kids like Sallah?
Who says I haven't?
I do. Dad had you figured long ago.
- He said you were a bum. - That's generous.
The most gifted bum he ever trained. He loved you.
- Took a lot for you to alienate him. - Just you.
Marion, get out of here! Duck!
Help! Over here, Indy!
Get out of the way! Move it!
You can't do this to me. I'm an American.
Indiana Jones! Help me, Jones!
You looking for me?
- Belloq. - Good afternoon, Dr Jones.
- I ought to kill you now. - Not a very private place for a murder.
They don't care if we kill each other.
They're not gonna interfere in our business.
It was not I who brought the girl into this. Sit down before you fall down.
We can at least behave like civilised people.
I see your taste in friends hasn't changed.
Odd that it should end this way, after so many stimulating encounters.
Where shall I find a new adversary so close to my own level?
Try the local sewer.
You and I are very much alike. Archaeology is our religion.
Yet we have both fallen from the purer faith.
Our methods do not differ as much as you pretend.
I'm a shadowy reflection of you. It would take only a nudge to make you like me.
- To push you out of the light. - Now you're getting nasty.
You know it's true. How nice.
Look at this. It's worthless. $10 from a street vendor.
Bury it in the sand for a thousand years and it becomes priceless.
Like the Ark. Men will kill for it. Men like you and me.
What about your boss, der Führer?
I thought he was waiting to take possession.
All in good time, when I'm finished with it.
Jones, do you realise what the Ark is?
It's a transmitter. It's a radio for speaking to God.
And it's within my reach.
You want to talk to God?
Let's go see him together. I've nothing better to do.
Uncle Indy! Come back home now!
Next time, Indiana Jones, it'll take more than children to save you.
I thought I would find you there. Better than the US Marines, eh?
- Marion's dead. - Yes, I know. I'm sorry.
Life goes on, Indy. There is the truth!
I have much to tell you. First, we'll take them home.
Then I will take you to the old man.
How did Belloq do it? Where'd he get a copy of the headpiece?
There are no pictures, no duplicates anywhere.
I tell you only what I saw myself.
A headpiece like that one, except the edges were rougher.
In the centre, the Frenchman had a crystal,
and surrounding the crystal on one side were raised markings, like that one.
They made the calculations in the map room?
This morning. Belloq and the boss German, Dietrich.
When they came out, they gave us a new spot to dig in, away from the camp.
- The Well of Souls, huh? - Come, come, look here.
- Sit down, come, sit down. - What is it?
This is a warning not to disturb the Ark of the Covenant.
Did Belloq get the height of the Staff from here?
Yes, it is here. This was the old way. This means six kadam high.
- About 72 inches. - Wait!
And take back one kadam to honour the Hebrew God whose Ark this is.
You said their headpiece only had markings on one side. You sure?
Belloq's staff is too long. They're digging in the wrong place!
I am the monarch of the sea I am the ruler of the...
I told you not to be premature in your communiqué to Berlin.
Archaeology is not an exact science. It does not deal in time schedules.
The Führer is not patient. He demands constant reports and expects progress.
- You led me to believe... - Nothing!
I only said it looked very favourable.
Besides, with the information we have, my calculations were correct.
They're not kidding, are they?
- When does the sun hit the map room? - About 9 in the morning.
Not much time, then.
- Where are they digging for the Well? - On that ridge.
- But the map room is over there. - Let's go!
What is the matter? I'll fetch you water, I shall get it for you.
I will get you water. How is the food?
I thought you were dead. They must've switched baskets.
- Are you hurt? - No. Get me out of here.
They'll be back any minute. Cut me loose, quick.
They keep asking about you. What you know.
What's wrong? Cut me loose.
- I know where the Ark is. - The Ark's here?
I'm coming with you. Get me out of here!
If I take you now, they'll start looking for us.
Get me out of here! Are you crazy?
I hate to do this, but if you don't keep quiet, this whole thing's going to be shot.
I'll be back to get you.
Perhaps the Ark is waiting in some antechamber for us to discover.
Perhaps there's some vital evidence eluding us.
- Perhaps the girl can help us. - My feeling exactly.
She kept the original for years. She may know much if properly motivated.
I tell you the girl knows nothing.
I'm surprised you're squeamish. That's not your reputation.
It needn't concern you. I have just the man for the job.
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