Cut to the middle of a fair in the Middle East, Marcus Brody is wearing a bright suit and white hat, sticking out like sore thumb.
Brody: Uhhh, does anyone here speak English? Or maybe even ancient Greek?
Street Vendor: Water?
Brody: [in dismay] No thank you, sir, no. Fish make love in it. . . . No thank you ma'am, I'm a vegetarian. Does anyone understand a word I'm saying here?
Then Sallah finds him. Two suspicious men offer to escort Brody to an Iskenderun museum.
Brody: My reputation precedes me.
Sallah: There is no museum in Iskenderun.
German Guide: Papers, please.
Sallah: [laughing] Papers? Of course.
Sallah: [to Marcus] Run.
Sallah: Papers. Got it here. Just finished reading it myself.
Sallah: [to Marcus] Run.
Sallah: "Egyptian Mail," morning edition.
Sallah: [to Marcus] Run.
Brody: Did you say, uh...
Sallah punches one of the German guides.
Unfortunately, Brody unwittingly enters a Nazi-marked truck and it drives off.
Indy and Henry are bound in the castle.
Elsa: [to Indy] I'll never forget how wonderful it was.
Henry: Why thank you. It was rather wonderful.
Elsa: [kisses Indy] That's how Austrians say goodbye.
Vogel: And this is how we say goodbye in Germany, Dr. Jones.
Vogel punches Indy with the head of his cane; Indy's head smacks into Henry's behind him.
Indiana: I liked the Austrian way better.
Henry: So did I.
Indy manages to break out, in the process setting off a fire.
He and Henry commandeer a Nazi motorcyle and escape pursuing German soldiers.
Henry: [after escaping from the Nazis, and coming onto a road sign] Stop, wait, stop! Stop! You're going the wrong way. We have to get to Berlin.
Indiana: [Points to the sign] Brody's *this* way.
Henry: My diary's in Berlin.
Indiana: [cross] We don't need the diary, dad; Marcus has the map.
Henry: There is more in the diary than *just the map*.
Indiana: [stops the motorcycle, annoyed] All right, Dad. Tell me.
Henry: Well, he who finds the Grail must face the final challenge.
Indiana: What final challenge?
Henry: Three devices of such lethal cunning.
Indiana: Booby traps?
Henry: Oh, yes. But I found the clues that will safely take us through them in the Chronicles of St. Anselm.
Indiana: [pleased] Well, what are they?
Indiana: Can't you remember?
Henry: I wrote them down in my diary so that I wouldn't *have* to remember.
Indiana: [angry] Half the German Army's on our tail and you want me to go to Berlin? Into the lion's den?
Henry: Yes! The only thing that matters is the Grail.
Indiana: What about Marcus?
Henry: Marcus would agree with me!
Indiana: [quietly] Two selfless martyrs; Jesus Christ.
Henry: [slaps Indy, angrily] That was for blasphemy! The quest for the Grail is not archaeology; it's a race against evil! If it is captured by the Nazis, the armies of darkness will march all over the face of the Earth! Do you understand me?
Indiana: [Still annoyed] This is an obsession, dad. I *never* understood it. Never. Neither did mom.
Henry: Oh, yes she did. Just all too well. But, she kept her illness from me. All I could do was mourn her.
Indy and his father trek to Berlin, finds Elsa standing with Hitler and his highest staff at a Nazi party book burning.
Elsa: You came back for the book? Why?
Indiana: My father didn't want it incinerated.
Elsa: [angrily] Is that what you think of me? I believe in the Grail, not the Swastika!
Indiana: [angrily] You stood up to be counted with the enemies of everything the Grail stands for! Who gives a *damn* what you believe?
Elsa: [pleadingly] You do!
Indy retrieves the diary, grabbing Elsa by the throat.
Indiana: All I have to do is squeeze.
Elsa: All I have to do is scream.
During his departure from the rally, Indy comes face-to-face with Hitler himself, who adds his signature to the book.
Indy and his father got to the Berlin Flughafen to escape.
Indy books tickets aboard a dirigible.
Indiana: Well, we made it!
Henry: [looking out from behind his newspaper] When we are airborne, with Germany behind us, *then* I will share that sentiment!
Indy sees that Officer Vogel is boarding the airship and procures a uniform to pose as one of the airship's ticket-takers. Vogel questions the passengers and comes across Henry.
Indiana: Tickets please.
Colonel Vogel: [in German] What?
Indiana punches him, picks him up and throws him out a window into a pile of luggage; the other passengers look at him, bewildered.
Indiana: [pointing out the window at Vogel] No ticket.
The other passengers all pull out their tickets and wave them furiously at him. Later, father and son relax with drinks.
Indiana: It's disgraceful, you're old enough to be her... her grandfather.
Henry: Well, I'm as human as the next man.
Indiana: Dad, I *was* the next man.
Henry: Oh... ships that pass in the night.
Indiana: I can remember the last time we had a drink together. I had a milkshake, but we didn't talk, we've never talked. Only if you were a regular dad just like the other boy's dad, this would be different.
Henry: I was a wonderful father.
Henry: Did I ever tell you to eat up, go to bed, wash your ears, do your homework? No, I respected your privacy and I taught you self reliance.
Indiana: What you taught me, was that I was less important to you than people that have been dead for several hundered years and in other countries, and I learned it so well, that we've hardly spoken for 20 years.
Henry: You left, just as you were becoming interesting. . . . Okay, I 'm here now, what you wanna talk about?
Indiana: [At a lost for words] I... I don't know.
Henry: Then, what are you complaining about?
However, they realized the airship has changed course back to Germany and are forced to leave the dirigible, stealing the search plane attached underneath.
Henry: I didn't know you could fly a plane.
Indiana: Fly, yes. Land, no.
They are chased by Luftwaffe fighters.
Indiana: Dad, you're going to have to use the machine gun. Get it ready!
Henry turns around and gets the gun ready.
Indiana: [spotting an approaching fighter] 11 o'clock! Dad, 11 o'clock!
Henry: [looking at his watch] What happens at 11 o'clock?
They are forced to land when Henry accidentally shoots the tail off their plane with it's machine gun.
Indiana: Dad, are we hit?
Henry: More or less. Son, I'm sorry. They got us.
Henry: Nice landing.
Indiana: Thank you.
They steal a villager's car to continue their escape.
They escape one plane that crashes into a tunnel, then Henry uses his umbrella to send seagulls flying into the path of the second fighter, which flies into the swarm and crashes.
Henry: I suddenly remembered my Charlemagne. Let my armies be the rocks and the trees and the birds in the sky...
Reaching the desert area of Jordan, Indy and Henry rendezvous with Indy's pal Sallah.
They learn that Marcus, whom Indy had given a map from the diary leading them to the Grail itself, was captured by Nazi agents and taken to Donovan.
Tracking down Donovan's exploration group, Indy, Henry, and Sallah see it is escorted by a company of Nazi troopers with a World War I-vintage tank.
When desert guerrillas led by the group that attacked Indy in Venice ambush the convoy, Henry uses the cover to try and rescue Marcus, but both are seized by the Nazis.
Vogel: Tell me about this miserable little diary of yours. The book is useless and yet you come all the way back to Berlin to get it. Why?
He slaps Henry in the face with his glove.
Vogel: [slaps him again] What are you hiding?
Vogel: [slaps him again] What does the diary tell you that it doesn't tell us?
He tries to slap him again; Henry grabs his wrist, stopping him.
Henry: [through his teeth] It tells me, that goose-stepping morons like yourself should try *reading* books instead of *burning* them!
Indy pursues the tank and a prolonged fight ensues where Marcus and Henry attack the soldiers inside. Henry, struggling with a Nazi for a gun, uses his fountain pen to blind the Nazi. By a mixture of clumsiness and force, they succeed in killing them. Then they use the tank to blast the convoy.
Brody: Henry, the pen.
Brody: Well don't you see? The pen is mightier than the sword.
Indy rescues the two of them but the tank drives off a sheer cliff, Indy barely escaping. Indiana walks over after climbing up from the cliff and Henry grabs him in hug.
Henry: I thought I'd lost you boy.
Indiana: I thought you had too, sir.
Henry: [moves back and attempts to compose himself] Well... well done. Come on.
Henry walks away and Indiana Jones collapses to the ground in exhaustion.
Henry: [looks back and frowns] Why are you sitting there resting when we're so near the end?
The four men soon track down Donovan's remaining group at a cliffside temple (Petra) in which is the path to the Grail. The traps within have already killed several of Donovan's group, and when Indy and his pals are seized, Donovan sees Indy as his chance.
Donovan: [points a gun at Indy] The Grail is mine. And you're going to get it for me.
Indiana: Shooting me won't get you anywhere.
Donovan: You know something, Dr. Jones? You're absolutely right.
He shoots Henry in the stomach, leaving the healing power of the Grail as the only chance to save Henry's life. Indy thus enters the dangerous pathway, deducing how to avoid its traps and finding the chamber of the Grail.
Henry: The Word of God.
Brody: No, Henry. Try not to talk.
Henry: The Name of God.
Indiana: The Name of God... Jehovah.
Henry: But in the Latin alphabet, "Jehovah" begins with an "I".
He steps on the "J" and almost falls to his death; he scrambles back up.
Indiana: Oh, *idiot*! In Latin Jehovah begins with an "I"!
He succeeds in reaching the grail chamber and must choose the correct grail from many false ones. However, Donovan and Elsa enter before he can, and Elsa chooses a cup for Donovan.
She makes the incorrect choice, and Donovan ultimately ages to death for drinking from the wrong grail.
Grail Knight: He chose... poorly.
Indy then picks the true grail, drinks from it proving it to be the true one and is warned by the Knight and uses it to heal Henry's wound.
All is settled until Elsa decides to leave with the grail.
Elsa: We have got it, come on!
Indiana: Elsa. Elsa don't move.
Elsa: It's ours Indy, yours and mine.
Indiana: Elsa don't cross the seal. The knight warned us not to take the grail from here!
Elsa ignores Indiana and her bootheel steps across the Great Seal, triggering the temple's collapse. She hits the ground and the grail rolls into a large fissure in the temple. Elsa slips into the crevice and nearly falls, but Indiana grabs her leather gloved hands just in time. She slowly turns her head to see the grail resting below her.
Elsa wrenches her left hand free to reach the grail.
Indiana: Elsa. Don't Elsa. Elsa. Give me your other hand honey, I can't hold you!
Elsa: I can reach it... I can reach it...
The glove on her hand starts slipping.
Indiana: Elsa. Give me your hand, give me your other hand!
Elsa cries out as she nearly touches the grail. The glove suddenly slips off her hand and she plunges into the abyss.
Indiana slips and nearly falls into the abyss, but Henry grabs his hand.
Henry: Junior, give me your other hand! I can't hold on!
Indiana: [reaching for the Grail] I can get it. I can almost reach it, Dad...
Surprised, Indy looks up at his father.
Henry: Indiana... let it go.
Henry gets through to him and the two ultimately escape the temple.
Sallah: Please, what does it always mean, this... this "Junior"?
Professor Henry Jones: That's his name.
Points to himself.
Professor Henry Jones: Henry Jones...
Points to Indy.
Professor Henry Jones: ...Junior.
Indiana Jones: I like "Indiana."
Professor Henry Jones: We named the *dog* Indiana.
Marcus Brody: May we go home now, please?
Sallah: The dog? . . . You are named after the dog? HA HA HA...!
Indiana Jones: I've got a lot of fond memories of that dog. Led by a victory cry from the inept Brody, the four then ride off on horseback into the sunset.