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Thursday, February 19, 2009

PROFESSOR OF ARCHEOLOGY. EXPERT ON THE OCCULT AND HOW DOES ONE SAY IT? OBTAINER OF RARE ANTIQUITIES.


Major Eaton: Doctor Jones, we've heard a lot about you.

Indiana: Have you.

Major Eaton: Professor of Archeology. Expert on the occult and how does one say it? Obtainer of rare antiquities.

Indiana: That's one way of saying it. Why don't you sit down you'll be more comfortable.

Colonel Musgrove: Yes, you're a man of many talents.

Major Eaton: Now, you studied under Professor Ravenwood at the University of Chicago.

Indiana: Yes, I did.

Major Eaton: You have no idea of his present whereabouts?

Indiana: Only rumors really. Somewhere in Asia, I think. I haven't really spoken to him in 10 years. We were friends once but we had a bit of a falling out, I'm afraid.

Colonel Musgrove: Now, Doctor Jones, you must understand that this is all completely confidential.

Indiana: I understand.

Colonel Musgrove: Yesterday afternoon our European section intercepted a German communique that was sent from Cairo to Berlin.

Major Eaton: You see for the last two years the Nazis have had teams of archeologists running around the world looking for all sorts of religious artifacts. Hitler's gone nuts on the subject. He's crazy. He's obsessed with the occult. And right now, apparently, there is some kind of German archeological dig going on in the desert outside Cairo.

Colonel Musgrove: Now we have some information here but we can't make anything out of it and maybe you can. "Tannis development proceeding. Acquire headpeace, Staff of Ra, Abner Ravenwood, US."

Indiana: The Nazis have discovered Tannis!

Major Eaton: Now just what does that mean to you? Tannis.

Indiana: Tannis is one of the possible resting places of the Lost Ark.

Colonel Musgrove: The Lost Ark?

Indiana: Yeah, the Ark of the Covenant. The chest the Hebrews used to carry the 10 Commandments around in.

Major Eaton: Alright, now, what do you mean the 10 Commandments, you talking about THE 10 Commandments?

Indiana: Yes, the actual 10 Commandments the original stone tablets that Moses came down out of Mount Horeb and smashed if you believe in that sort of thing. Didn't you guys ever go to Sunday School? Look, the Hebrews took the broken pieces and put them into the Ark. When they settled in Cainan they put the Ark in a place called The Temple of Solomon where it stayed for many years. 'Till all of the sudden, whoosh, it was gone.

Major Eaton: Where?

Indiana: Nobody knows where or when.

(Raiders of the Lost Ark. Steven Spielberg,1981)

6 comments:

Gigi Peligro said...

indiana? pero eso es un nombre?

es que le pusieron el nombre del perro...

Indiana: es que era un perro al que quería mucho!

Guely of Sweden said...

Y a que no adivinas cúal era el nombre del siberian husky de George Lucas en el que también se inspiró para el personaje de Chewbacca.

Gigi Peligro said...

esa ya me la sabía o vos qué pensas?
una tiene su orgullo ja ja

Guely of Sweden said...

Qué quedó de la modestia de San Agustín!! :) :)

Gigi Peligro said...

poco me temo... jajaja

Guely of Sweden said...

De lo bueno poco no? Y eres un mate de risa Gigi :)

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