Willi von KluGermann: To your unconfirmed victory, next time you must have witnesses.
Other pilots: Witnesses.
Kettering: No confirmation, no claim. That's a squadron rule.
Bruno Stachel: But I saw it! It was a kill.
Kettering: Then, you have the deep satisfaction of knowing you have served the Fatherland.
Bruno Stachel: I don't suppose you've ever had an unconfirmed kill?
Willi von KluGermann: Oh, but I have. I've had, 3.
Bruno Stachel: Then you shot down 23.
Willi von KluGermann: No, 20.
Otto Heidemann: It's a cruel world Stachel.
Ziegel: I can't keep these barges flying forever - I'm a mechanic, not a magician.
Otto Heidemann: No, Ziegel, you ARE a magician, whether you like it or not.
General Count von Klugermann: I'm afraid it's rather a small medal, Willi, but it's the highest Germany can give.
Willi von Klugermann: Thank you... Uncle.
Bruno Stachel: You amuse me.
Countess Kaeti von Klugermann: I?
Bruno Stachel: People like you, the Count, Willi.
Countess Kaeti von Klugermann: Amuse or shock?
Bruno Stachel: I said amuse.
Countess Kaeti von Klugermann: I adore your innocence. You really believe your betters should behave better. Don't you?