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Okay. Hold it.
Is it all right
if we get back to work now?
Thanks awfully. Sorry to be such a bore.
Not at all, Lady Charlotte.
It's rather fun.
Hogan, your job is to look after
the amphib, not lug that stuff around.
Well, one of us has to be nice
to the lady, major.
Plucky little woman. Bit of a responsibility
on a trip like this, though.
Didn't have a choice, Captain.
We agreed to take a reporter
- They sent her.
- Be fair, Ben, she does take good pictures.
Maybe. But she's one problem
I could do without.
in 3 days.
of this mysterious ice continent
he describes in his log.
You sound as though
you still have your doubts, Captain.
If we did, major, The Royal Navy
wouldn't be helping you.
No, it was the specimens that Tyler
included in this canister.
And when Dr. Norfolk here,
confirmed that they were genuine...
Why do you think
I went to the top man in Europe?
Oh, now, hardly, Ben.
Dr. Schenkelman in Vienna...
Oh, come on, doctor.
If it hadn't been for your word,
to back this expedition, and you know it.
when Major Ben McBride
walked into my room at the Natural
History Museum with that canister.
- It was quite a moment, Ben.
Tyler makes it sound
a very dangerous place.
If I didn't, I wouldn't be here.
- I don't give a damn about dinosaurs.
Boy, I'm sure glad
we're going in by air, major.
Me, too, Hogan.
I'd hate to have to climb that.
I'd say it was almost impossible.
And I'm quite good at this sort of thing.
- Did I ever tell you about the Matterhorn?
- Once or twice.
- Just how long have we got, Captain?
- 3 to 4 weeks. Half what we planned,
but we hadn't expected so much pack ice.
If it closes in on us...
Come on, Captain. This ship is built
like the rock of Gibraltar.
It may be, Mr. Hogan, but that ice
could crush this hull like a matchbox.
- And if that happened...
- There'll be no trip home for any of us.
The sooner we get airborne, the better.
- Okay, let's go.
McBride to Polar Queen,
flying southwest. Altitude 3,000 feet.
Still no breaks in the ice.
and climbing at 5,000 feet. Over.
McBride to Polar Queen,
still no break in the ice wall.
Course south by southwest. Over.
Polar Queen to McBride,
What is your present course? Over.
Can't give you...
Polar Queen to McBride, Say again. Over.
Mainly static for the last 2 hours, sir,
but they're still transmitting,
At least they're alive.
And they've flown over 200 miles.
Must be well over the ice wall by now.
Hey, what the...
It's a pterodactyl!
Coming in on the starboard, major!
Here he comes. Look at the size!
Look out! He's close!
Coming in at port, major.
Hold on! This may be a little rough.
- Nonsense. You did extremely well.
- Still in one piece?
- Just. How about the plane?
- What kind of shape we in?
- Well, not good. But it's fixable.
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