Boy on a Dolphin 1957
زبان اصلی، دوبله فارسی و زیرنویس چسبیده بدون سانسور
پسر در دلفین:
Phaedra یک غواص اسفنجی ضعیف در جزیره دوست داشتنی یونان هیدرا است. در حالی که غواصی، او یک برنج باستانی و مجسمه طلای یک پسر سواری دلفین را کشف می کند، که گفته می شود قدرت جادویی برای کمک به خواسته ها را دارد. دوست پسر بدون تغییر او می خواهد آن را به یک مجموعه هنری بی پروا به فروش برساند، اما Phaedra می خواهد آن را به جنبش انسان شناس جیم کالدر، که آن را به دولت یونان بازگرداند. -kona
Boy on a Dolphin (1957):
Phaedra is a poor sponge diver on the lovely Greek isle of Hydra. While diving, she discovers an ancient brass and gold statue of a boy riding a dolphin, which is said to have the magical power to grant wishes. Her shiftless boyfriend wants to sell it to an unscrupulous art collector, but Phaedra wants to give it to anthropologist Jim Calder, who would return it to the Greek government. —Kona
Monk at Meteora Monastery: [Upon meeting Parmalee, who has just ascended to the Meteora Monastery via a hand-operated "elevator"] Welcome to Meteora. Victor Parmalee: May I ask, who carries your insurance? Monk at Meteora Monastery: We put our trust in the Almighty. Victor Parmalee: A very safe company.
Phaedra: He's important man, Mr. Calder, huh? Victor Parmalee: In his pedestrian way. "Incorruptible Jim," I call him. Phaedra: You know him a long time? Victor Parmalee: Our paths have crossed and re-crossed: in Dresden, Rotterdam, Florence - wherever the Nazis looted. Raphaels, Rembrandts, even down to a dreary little china pot, which belonged to Madame Pompadour... there was always Captain Jim Calder of the U.S. Army, restoring priceless objects to their rightful owners - a typical middle-class gesture.
Victor Parmalee: Jim, you're talking to me as if I were a man of honor... I'm not!
Dr. Hawkins: [Suddenly realizing that he's going to receive a smaller share of the treasure than originally thought] Well, there's an old Greek proverb, that says a third of something is better than half of nothing.
Dr. James 'Jim' Calder: May I remind you of Paragraph 9 of the Penal Code of Greece: [reading from a book] Dr. James 'Jim' Calder: "Any and all objects of a historical value cannot under any circumstances be removed from Greek territory or territorial waters. They... Victor Parmalee: [quoting by memory] ... they are to be considered the property of the Greek nation." [pause] Victor Parmalee: Yes, Jim, I know all about Greek Paragraph 9 - *I'm* the reason they wrote it!
Victor Parmalee: You'll dive with Calder - dive all over the Aegean Sea. Except in one spot: the spot with the boy on a dolphin. Phaedra: But sir... Victor Parmalee: [Cutting her off] Dive until he runs out of patience, runs out of ambition, out of money, out of oxygen, and hope! Phaedra: [Tapping her finger to her temple] Oh, Mr. Parmalee, you have plenty of noodle, you know? Victor Parmalee: Thank you. Phaedra: Now, we all have wine!