Indy: You did it, didn’t you? Brody: They want you to go for it. Indy: Oh, Marcus! Brody: They want you to get ahold of the Ark before the Nazis do and they’re prepared to pay handsomely for it. Indy: And the museum? The museum gets the Ark when we’re finished? Brody: Oh, yes. Indy: Oh… The Ark of the Covenant. Brody: Nothing else has come close. Indy: That thing represents everything we got into archaeology for in the first place. Mmm! Brody: You know, five years ago, I would’ve gone after it myself. I’m really rather envious. Indy: I’ve got to locate Abner. I think I know where to start. Suppose she’ll still be with him? Brody: Possibly. Marion’s the least of your worries right now, believe me, Indy. Indy: What do you mean? Brody: Well, I mean that 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. Indy: Oh, Marcus. What are you trying to do,
scare me? You sound like my mother. We’ve known each other for a long time. I don’t believe in magic, a lot of superstitious hocus-pocus. I’m going after a find of incredible historical significance. You’re talking about the bogeyman. Besides, you know what a cautious fellow I am. Stewart: Nice to see you again, Dr. Jones. Indy: Thank you.