It's a long voyage, and I hope that we could find some common interest. Do you play the...

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Robert Crain:
[in the officer's mess: Crain, Capt. Mueller and Kruse are dining]
It's a long voyage, and I hope that we could find some common interest.
Robert Crain:
[motions to a nearby chess board]
Do you play the chess, sir?
Captain Mueller:
[curtly]
I do.
Robert Crain:
Well, then, we perhaps could have a game?
Captain Mueller:
[curtly]
Mr Keil, I have neither the time, nor the desire to play chess with you.
Robert Crain:
[slightly taken aback]
Captain Mueller... I'm not accustomed to unfriendliness, hmm? And, I quite frankly... I was really not prepared for it. Do you have some particular quarrel with SS, Captain?
Captain Mueller:
I'm sure that you SS gentlemen are very valuable on dry land. But on this ship I have a job to do.
Robert Crain:
But how does my being on board this ship affect your job?
Captain Mueller:
My crew. Word's gotten around that you're aboard, and they're scared to death.
Robert Crain:
[chuckles]
This is ridiculous.
Captain Mueller:
Ridiculous or not, I shall have to ask you to confine yourself to your cabin, the deck, and the salon. I don't want you to interfere with their work or mine.
Robert Crain:
Do you mean... am I to understand that I will not be free to, to walk around the ship?
Captain Mueller:
Yes, just that. The Admiralty described you as a passenger. So you will have all the privileges and the restrictions of a passenger.
Robert Crain:
They failed to describe the captain as not only foolish but ill-mannered.
Captain Mueller:
Well, that's their blunder.
Robert Crain:
Captain Mueller, I don't have to put up with this sort of rudeness and I would like to suggest that you show a little more respect for me, for my authority, and for the organization that I represent.
Captain Mueller:
I am the master of this ship. You're under MY authority here.
Robert Crain:
[stands up, pulls a notepad out of his pocket]
Mr. Kruse, you will attest that the captain is not only insulting, but uncooperative. I will make a full report of this when we reach Bordeaux, hmm?
Captain Mueller:
Bordeaux? The only report I care about - IF we reach Bordeaux - is that Captain Mueller brought the "Ingo" on a 15,000 mile journey through enemy waters with a precious cargo, successfully. Even if he didn't play chess on the way.
Robert Crain:
I hoped that our relations would be pleasant but I see that they won't. Good night.
[turns and leaves]


Transcript

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As I told Capt Mueller, it was a long voyage.
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Yes.
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Chess partners are very difficult to come by Mr Keil.
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Evidently.
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Miss Goddard?
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- Miss Goddard? - Who is it?
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It's Mr Keil. Could I speak with you one moment?
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There is a crack under the door.
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It should be easy for you to crawl through it.
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At 7:00 every morning, an officer and two crew members...
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will supervise the prisoners exercise.
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After this duty, the weapons will be locked in the ordinance room.
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Now I understand the hatch covers over the prisoners hold were closed last night.
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You must like steam baths.
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From now on, the hatch covers will remain partially open...
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and therefore, the regular watch in the area will be armed.
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I acted for our well-being, sir, not towards the enemy's.
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Well, I won't let it spoil my appetite for breakfast.
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I'm glad of that, sir.
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There's international rules! We got a right to be heard.
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Shall we arrange it for them?
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I would like to be there...
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when you try to convince these birds to join the Gestapo.
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Some day it will be a pleasure to pay a visit to America.
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- This will be wonderful. - Meanwhile, let's eat. Thank you.
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Keep moving. Let's go.
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Keep moving! Call Dr Ambach.
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Take him over to the hospital right away. You, follow them.
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Captain, emergency! A prisoner's hurt. We can't rouse Dr Ambach.
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Get me the morphine.
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It's bad, but not as bad as the racket you're making.
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- What's the matter? - There's no morphine here.
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I'll get it.
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You can be of use. Go up there and help.
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You, up here. Us, sweating in a dungeon.
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- Your kind always wind up living rich. - Shut up.
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Shut up, you crackpot. We're sick of hearing that garbage.
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What's this? What do you mean?
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He means I'm a Jew.
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Where do you hide the ship's morphine?
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- This damn fever gets me now. - Where is the morphine, Mr Ambach?
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Morphine? There is no morphine.
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No, no, no. It's mine.
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I brought it aboard the ship myself. It's mine. This stuff's mine.
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It's private property. No! You can't have that. Captain!
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I'll die without it. I'll die.
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You'll live, Mr Ambach.
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They told me voyage to China coast...
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only a few days.
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They lied to me.
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I had to take it. I had to take it.
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I had to.
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Do you want me to clean it now?
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When a Jewish bitch takes over the sick ward then...
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Miss Levy is perfectly able to attend to this.
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Miss Levy?
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You knew.
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Have you thought of the effect on the officers and men?
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I didn't know it was contagious.
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Now, what do you have to say about this?
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I think you're out of your mind...
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but, after all, you are the master of the ship.
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That I am.
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Now, take care of it. I'm sure you can do it better than I can.
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You're saying that she will continue to have a stage room?
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That you will go on feeding her in the salon?
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The lady's privileges will remain.

Clip duration: 339 seconds
Views: 91
Timestamp in movie: 01h 23m 38s
Uploaded: 20 October, 2021
Genres: action, drama, thriller
Summary: A war pacifist is blackmailed to pose as an SS officer and to disable the scuttling explosives on freighter carrying rubber cargo to be captured by the Allies.


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Actors

Robert Crain - Marlon Brando
Captain Mueller - Yul Brynner