Quotes from Titanic 1
Thirteen meters. You should see it. Okay, take her up and over the bow rail. Okay, Mir-2, we're going over the bow. Stay with us. Okay, quiet. We're rolling. Seeing her coming out of the darkness like a ghost ship still gets me every time. You're so full of shit, boss. Dive six. These windows are nine inches thick and if they go it's sayonara in two microseconds. All right, enough of that bullshit. Just put her down on the roof of the officers' quarters like yesterday. Sure. Okay, Mir-2, we're landing right over the Grand Staircase.
You guys set to launch? Yeah, Brock, launching Dunkin now. Go, Charlie. All right, tether out. Tether out. Okay, Brock, we're dropping down along the hull. Yeah, roger that. Okay, drop down, and go into the first-class gangway door. I want you guys working the D deck reception area and the dining saloon. Copy that. Tether out. Tether out. Okay, now left. Now left. Left, left. Snoop Dog is on the move. We're headed down the stairwell. Okay, Lewis, drop down to B deck. A deck. Give me some rope, Captain. B deck. Get in there. Watch the door frame. Watch it. I see it. I got it. We're good. Just chill, boss. Okay, make your turn. Cable out, Captain. Make your turn. Watch the wall. Brock, we're at the piano. You copy? Copy that. Right there. That's it. That's the bedroom door. I see it. We're in. We're in, baby. We're there. That's Hockley's bed. That's where the son of a bitch slept. Lewis Bodine: Oops. Somebody left the water running. Hold it. Just a second. Go back to the right. That wardrobe door. Get closer. Lewis Bodine: You're smelling something, boss. I want to see what's under it. Give me my hands, man. All right. Take it easy. It might come apart. Okay, go. Flip it over. Go. Turn over. Keep going. Go. Cha-ching! We did it, Bobby. We brought it back. Oh, yeah! You the man! Who's the best, baby? Say it. You are, Lewis. Bobby, my cigar. Right here. Okay, crack her open. Let me get around. Hang on. You getting it? Got it. Shit. No diamond. Lewis Bodine: You know, boss, this same thing happened to Geraldo and his career never recovered. Turn the camera off. Brock. The partners would like to know how it's going. Hey, Dave. Barry, hi. Look, it wasn't in the safe. Don't worry about it. There are still plenty of places it could be. Hell, yes. The floor debris in the suite, the mother's room The purser's safe on C deck. Jimmy Hoffa's briefcase. A dozen other places.
Guys, look, you just got to trust my instincts. I know we're close. We just got to go through a little process of elimination. We'll call you right back. Treasure hunter Brock Lovett is best known for finding Spanish gold. It's okay, I'll feed you in a minute. He has chartered Russian subs to reach the most famous shipwreck of all the Titanic. He's with us live via satellite, from the research ship Keldysh in the North Atlantic. Hello, Brock. Hello, Tracy. Of course, everyone knows the familiar stories of Titanic. You know, the nobility of the band playing to the very end and all that. But what I'm interested in are the untold stories the secrets locked deep inside the hull of Titanic. And we're out here using robot technology to go further into the wreck than anybody has ever done before. Your expedition is at the center of a storm of controversy over salvage rights, and even ethics. Many are calling you a grave-robber. Nobody ever called the recovery of the artifacts from King Tut's tomb What is it? Turn that up, dear. I have museum-trained experts sent out here making sure that these relics are preserved and catalogued properly. Take a look at this drawing that we found just today. A piece of paper that's been underwater for 84 years and my team are able to preserve it intact. Should this have remained unseen at the bottom of the ocean for eternity? We can see it and I'll be goddamned. Brock, there's a satellite call for you. Bobby, we're launching. See these submersibles going in the water? Trust me, buddy, you want to take this call. This better be good. You got to speak up. She's kind of old. Great. This is Brock Lovett. How can I help you, Mrs Calvert. Rose Calvert. Mrs. Calvert? I was just wondering if you had found the Heart of the Ocean yet, Mr. Lovett. Told you you wanted to take the call. She's a goddamn liar! Some nutcase seeking money or publicity. God only knows why! Like that Russian babe, Anesthesia. They're inbound! Rose Dewitt Bukater died on the Titanic when she was 17, right? That's right. If she had lived, she'd be over 100 by now. 101 next month. Okay, so she's a very old goddamn liar. Look, I've already done the background on this woman all the way back to the '20s, when she was working as an actress. An actress. There's your first clue, Sherlock. Her name was Rose Dawson back then. Then she marries this guy named Calvert. They move to Cedar Rapids and she punches out a couple of kids. Now Calvert's dead, and from what I hear, Cedar Rapids is dead. And everybody who knows about the diamond is supposed to be dead or on this boat, but she knows. Hi, Miss Calvert. Hi. Welcome to the Keldysh. Thanks. Yes? Are your staterooms all right? Oh, yes, very nice. Have you met my granddaughter, Lizzy? She takes care of me. We met just a few minutes ago. Remember, Nana, up on deck? Oh, yeah There. That's nice. Have to have my pictures when I travel. Can I get you anything? Is there anything you'd like? Yes. I would like to see my drawing. About the same time old It was a dreadful, heavy thing. I only wore it this once. You actually think this is you, Nana? It is me, dear. Wasn't I a dish? I tracked it down through insurance records. An old claim that was settled under terms of absolute secrecy. Can you tell me who the claimant was, Rose? I should imagine someone named Hockley. Nathan Hockley. That's right. Pittsburgh steel tycoon. The claim was for a diamond necklace his son, Caledon, bought his fiance, you. A week before he sailed on Titanic.