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Grandpa!

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You're not supposed to be up here. looking at that.

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I just wanted to know.

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Well. You're old enough. I suppose.

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You should know the story.

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OK. Here we go.

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It was 1832.

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On a night much like this.

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Charles Carroll was the last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence.

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He was also a member of a secret society known as the Masons.

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And he knew he was dying.

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He woke up his stable boy in the middle of the night

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and ordered him to take him to the White House to see Andrew Jackson.

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Because it was urgent that he speak to the president.

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Did he talk to him?

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No. He never got the chance.

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The president wasn't there that night.

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But Charles Carroll had a secret.

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So he took into his confidence the one person he could.

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My grandfather's grandfather.

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Thomas Gates.

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What was the secret?

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A treasure.

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A treasure beyond all imagining.

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A treasure that had been fought over for centuries

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by tyrants. Pharaohs. Emperors. Warlords.

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And every time it changed hands it grew larger.

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And then suddenly...

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it vanished.

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It didn't reappear for more than a thousand years.

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When knights from the First Crusade

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discovered secret vaults beneath the Temple of Solomon.

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You see. The knights who found the vaults

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believed that the treasure was too great for any one man -

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not even a king.

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They brought the treasure back to Europe and took the name "the Knights Templar. "

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Over the next century they smuggled it out of Europe

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and they formed a new brotherhood called the Freemasons.

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In honor of the builders of the great temple.

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War followed.

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By the time of the American Revolution the treasure had been hidden again.

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By then the Masons included

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George Washington. Benjamin Franklin. Paul Revere.

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They knew they had to make sure

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the treasure would never fall into the hands of the British.

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So they devised a series of clues and maps to its location.

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Over time the clues were lost or forgotten.

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Until only one remained -

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and that was the secret that Charles Carroll entrusted to young Thomas Gates.

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Charlotte.

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"The secret lies with Charlotte. "

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Who's Charlotte?

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Oh. Not even Mr. Carroll knew that.

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Now look here. Ben.

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The Freemasons among our Founding Fathers left us clues.

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Like these.

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The unfinished pyramid. The all-seeing eye.

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Symbols of the Knights Templar. Guardians of the treasure.

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- They're speaking to us through these. - You mean laughing at us.

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You know what that dollar represents?

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The entire Gates family fortune.

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Six generations of fools... chasing after fool's gold.

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It's not about the money. Patrick. It's never been about the money.

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Come on. Son. Time to go.

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You can... say your goodbyes.

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Grandpa?

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Are we knights?

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Do you want to be?

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All right. Um... kneel.

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Benjamin Franklin Gates.

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You take upon yourself the duty of the Templars. The Freemasons

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and the family Gates.

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Do you so swear?

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I so swear.

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I was thinking about Henson and Peary.

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Crossing this kind of terrain with nothing more than dog sleds and on foot.

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- Can you imagine? - It's extraordinary.

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We getting closer?

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Assuming Ben's theory's correct and my tracking model's accurate.

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We should be getting very close.

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But don't go by me - I broke a shoelace this morning.

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- It's... it's a bad omen. - Shall we turn around and go home?

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Or we could pull over and just throw him out here.

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OK.

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Riley. You're not missing that little windowless cubicle we found you in?

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No. No. Absolutely not.

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Why are we stopping? I thought we were looking for a ship.

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- I don't see any ship. - She's out there.

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Look... this is a waste of time.

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How could a ship wind up way out here?

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Well. I'm no expert. But...

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it could be that the hydrothermic properties of this region

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produce hurricane-force ice storms

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that cause the ocean to freeze and then melt and then refreeze.

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Resulting in a semisolid migrating land mass

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that would land a ship right around here.

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Hello. Beautiful.

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Have Viktor check the fuel in the generators.

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Two years ago. If you hadn't shown up. Hadn't believed the treasure was real.

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I don't know if I ever would have found Charlotte.

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You would have found it. I have no doubt.

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That's why I didn't think it was as crazy an investment as everyone said.

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I'm just relieved that I'm not as crazy as everyone says. Or said my dad was.

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Or my granddad. Or my great-granddad.

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OK!

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Let's go!

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- Let's go find some treasure. - Yeah. Bring us back something.

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Oh. God!

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You handled that well.

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This is it.

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It's the cargo hold.

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Do you think it's in the barrels?

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Gunpowder.

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OK...

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Why would the captain be guarding this barrel?

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I found something!

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What is it?

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Do you guys know what this is?

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Is it a billion-dollar pipe?

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It's a meerschaum pipe. Ah. That is beautiful.

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Look at the intricacy of the scrollwork on the stem.

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- Is it a million-dollar pipe? - No. It's a clue.

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Let me see that.

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No. Don't break it!

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We are one step closer to the treasure. Gentlemen.

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Ben. I thought you said that the treasure would be on the Charlotte.

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No. "The secret lies with Charlotte. "

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I said it could be here.

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It's Templar symbols.

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"The legend writ. "

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"The stain effected. "

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"The key in Silence undetected. "

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"Fifty-five in iron pen. "

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"Mr. Matlack can't offend. "

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It's a riddle.

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I need to think.

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"The legend writ. "

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"The stain effected. "

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What legend?

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There's the legend of the Templar treasure. And the stain effects the legend.

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How?

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"The key in Silence undetected. "

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Wait.

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The legend and the key... Now there's something.

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A map.

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Maps have legends. Maps have keys.

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It's a map. An invisible map. So now...

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Wait a minute. What do you mean. "Invisible" - "an invisible map"?

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"The stain effected" could refer to a dye or a reagent

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used to bring about a certain result.

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Combined with "The key in Silence undetected. "

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The implication is that the effect is to make what was undetectable detectable.

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Unless... "The key in Silence" could be...

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Prison.

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Albuquerque.

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See. I can do it too. Snorkel.

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That's where the map is. Like he said. "Fifty-five in iron pen. "

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"Iron pen" is a prison.

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Or it could be. Since the primary writing medium of the time was iron gall ink.

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The "pen" is... just a pen.

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But then why not say a pen? Why... why say "iron pen"?

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'Cause it's a prison.

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Wait a minute. "Iron pen" - the "iron" does not describe the ink in the pen.

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It describes what was penned.

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It was "iron" - it was firm. It was mineral...

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No. No. No. That's stupid.

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It was... It was firm. It was adamant. It was resolved.

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It was resolved.

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"Mr. Matlack can't offend. "

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Timothy Matlack was the official scribe of the Continental Congress.

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Calligrapher. Not writer. And to make sure he could not offend the map.

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It was put on the back of a resolution that he transcribed.

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A resolution that 55 men signed.

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The Declaration of Independence.

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Come on. There's no invisible map on the back of the Declaration of Independence.

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That's clever. Really. A document of that importance

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would ensure the map's survival.

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And you said there were several Masons signed it. Yeah?

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Yeah. Nine. For sure.

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We'll have to arrange a way to examine it.

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This is one of the most important documents in history.

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They're not just gonna let us waltz in there and run chemical tests on it.

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- Then what do you propose we do? - I don't know!

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We could borrow it.

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Steal it?

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- I don't think so. - Ben...

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the treasure of the Knights Templar is the treasure of all treasures.

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Oh. I didn't know that. Really?

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Look. Ben... I understand your bitterness. I really do.

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You've spent your entire life searching for this treasure.

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Only to have the respected historical community

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treat you and your family with mockery and contempt.

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You should be able to rub this treasure in their arrogant faces.

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And I want you to have the chance to do that.

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How?

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We all have our areas of expertise.

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You don't think mine are limited to writing checks. Do you?

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In another life...

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I arranged a number of operations of... questionable legality.

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I'd take his word for it. If I were you.

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So don't worry. I'll make all the arrangements.

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No.

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I'd really need your help here.

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Lan... I'm not gonna let you steal the Declaration of Independence.

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OK.

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From this point on all you're going to be is a hindrance.

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Hey!

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What are you gonna do? Are you gonna shoot me. Shaw?

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Well. You can't shoot me. There's more to the riddle.

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Information you don't have. I do.

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I'm the only one who can figure it out. And you know that.

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He's bluffing.

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We played poker together. Lan. You know I can't bluff.

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Tell me what I need to know. Ben.

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Or I'll shoot your friend.

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Hey!

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Quiet. Riley! Your job's finished here.

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Look where you're standing. All that gunpowder.

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You shoot me. I drop this. We all go up.

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Ben...

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What happens when the flare burns down?

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Tell me what I need to know. Ben.

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You need to know...

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if Shaw can catch.

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Nice try. Though.

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Get out. Shaw!

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Fool!

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Riley. Get over here!

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- What is this? - Smuggler's hold. Get in!

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Move! Get out of here!

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- What? - Move! Get out!

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Follow me.

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Let's go. Let's go! She's gonna blow!

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Get down.

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OK. Let's go. Before someone sees the smoke.

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There's an Inuit village about nine miles east of here.

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- It's popular with bush pilots. - All right.

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- Then what are we gonna do? - Start making our way back home.

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No. I meant about Ian. He's gonna steal the Declaration of Independence. Ben.

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We stop him.

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Is it really so hard to believe

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that someone's gonna try to steal the Declaration of Independence?

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The FBI gets 10.000 tips a week.

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They're not gonna worry about something they're sure is safe.

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But anyone that can do anything is gonna think we're crazy.

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Anyone crazy enough to believe us isn't gonna want to help.

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We don't need someone crazy. But one step short of crazy. What do you get?

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Obsessed.

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Passionate.

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Excuse me.

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- Dr. Chase can see you now. Mr. Brown. - Thank you.

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Mr. Brown?

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The family name doesn't get a lot of respect in the academic community.

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Huh. Being kept down by the man.

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A very cute man.

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Thank you.

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- Good afternoon. Gentlemen. - Hi.

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- Abigail Chase. - Paul Brown.

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- Nice to meet you. - Bill.

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Nice to meet you. Bill.

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- How may I help you? - Your accent. Pennsylvania Dutch?

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Saxony German.

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- You're not American? - Oh. I am an American.

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I just wasn't born here. Please don't touch that!

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Sorry. A neat collection. George Washington's campaign buttons.

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You're missing the 1789 inaugural. Though.

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- I found one once. - That's very fortunate for you.

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Now. You told my assistant that this was an urgent matter.

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Yes. Ma'am.

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Well. I'm gonna get straight to the point.

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Someone's gonna steal the Declaration of Independence.

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It's true.

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I think I'd better put you gentlemen in touch with the FBI.

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- We've been to the FBI. - And?

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They assured us that the Declaration cannot possibly be stolen.

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- They're right. - My friend and I are less certain.

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However. If we were given the privilege of examining the document...

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we would be able to tell you for certain if it were actually in any danger.

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What do you think you're gonna find?

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We believe that there's an... encryption on the back.

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- An encryption. Like a code? - Yes. Ma'am.

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Of what?

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A... cartograph.

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- A map. - Yes. Ma'am.

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A map of what?

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The location of...

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...of hidden items of historic and intrinsic value.

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- A treasure map? - That's where we lost the FBI.

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You're treasure-hunters. Aren't you?

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We're more like treasure-protectors.

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Mr. Brown. I have personally seen the back of the Declaration of Independence.

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And I promise you. The only thing there is a notation that reads.

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"Original Declaration of Independence. Dated...

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"Four of July. 1776." Yes. Ma'am.

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But no map.

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It's invisible.

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Oh! Right.

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And that's where we lost the Department of Homeland Security.

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What led you to assume there's this invisible map?

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We found an engraving on the stem of a 200-year-old pipe.

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Owned by Freemasons.

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- May I see the pipe? - We don't have it.

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- Did Big Foot take it? - It was nice meeting you.

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Nice to meet you. Too.

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And. You know. That really is a nice collection.

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Must have taken you a long time to hunt down all that history.

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If it's any consolation. You had me convinced.

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It's not.

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I was thinking. What if we go public. Plaster the story all over the Internet?

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It's not like we have our reputations to worry about.

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Although I don't think that's exactly gonna scare Ian away.

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180 years of searching. And I'm three feet away.

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Of all the words written here about freedom.

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There's a line here that's at the heart of all the others.

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"But when a long train of abuses and usurpations.

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Pursuing invariably the same object.

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Evinces a design to reduce them under absolute despotism.

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It is their right. It is their duty to throw off such government

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and provide new guards for their future security. "

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People don't talk that way anymore.

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Beautiful. Huh?

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- No idea what you said. - It means. If there's something wrong.

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Those who have the ability to take action have the responsibility to take action.

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I'm gonna steal it.

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What?

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I'm gonna steal the Declaration of Independence.

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Ben?

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This is... huge.

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It's prison huge.

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You are gonna go to prison. You know that?

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Yeah. Probably.

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So that would bother most people.

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Lan's gonna try and steal it. And if he succeeds. He'll destroy the Declaration.

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The fact is. The only way to protect the Declaration is to steal it.

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It's upside down.

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I don't think there's a choice.

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Ben. For God's sakes.

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It's like stealing a national monument. OK?

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It's like stealing him.

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It can't be done. Not shouldn't be done. It can't be done.

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Let me prove it to you.

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OK. Ben. Pay attention.

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I've brought you to the Library of Congress.

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Why? Because it's the biggest library in the world.

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Over 20 million books.

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And they're all saying the same exact thing:

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Listen to Riley.

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What we have here. My friend. Is an entire layout of the archives.

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Short of builders' blueprints.

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You've got construction orders. Phone lines.

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Water and sewage - it's all here.

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Now. When the Declaration is on display. OK.

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It is surrounded by guards and video monitors

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and a little family from Iowa and little kids on their eighth-grade field trip.

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And beneath an inch of bulletproof glass is an army of sensors and heat monitors

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that will go off if someone gets too close with a high fever.

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Now. When it's not on display.

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It is lowered into a four-foot-thick concrete. Steel-plated vault...

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that happens to be equipped with an electronic combination lock

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and biometric access-denial systems.

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You know. Thomas Edison tried and failed nearly 2.000 times

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to develop the carbonized cotton-thread filament for the incandescent light bulb.

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Edison?

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When asked about it. He said. "I didn't fail.

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I found out 2.000 ways how not to make a light bulb. "

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But he only needed to find one way to make it work.

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The Preservation Room. Enjoy. Go ahead.

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Do you know what the Preservation Room is for?

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Delicious jams and jellies?

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No. That's where they clean. Repair and maintain

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all the documents and the storage housings

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when they're not on display or in the vault.

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Now. When the case needs work they take it out of the vault. Directly across the hall

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and into the Preservation Room.

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The best time for us. Or Ian. To steal it would be during the gala this weekend

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when the guards are distracted by the VIPs upstairs.

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But we'll make our way to the Preservation Room. Where there's much less security.

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Well. If Ian...

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Preservation...

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The gala. Huh?

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This might be possible.

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It might.

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And we are in.

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There you are. Hello.

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The hallway.

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That's what I want.

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Game on.

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I'll buy that.

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Cool.

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This just came for you.

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I hope it's not from Stan.

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"For the woman who has everything else... Thanks for listening. Paul Brown. "

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Abigail Chase.

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Hey. Mike.

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- Let's do this by the book. - Hallway is secure.

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- Keep the document level. - No problem.

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What have you got?

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The heat sensor went off in the Declaration frame.

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Run full diagnostics. Then I want them all changed out.

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Our evil plan is working.

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Ben. Are you sure that we should?

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Riley.

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- Can you hear me? - Unfortunately. Yeah.

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We're all set in here.

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You want to go around to the front and present your invitation.

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You're gonna have to show ID. Go ahead. Man.

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Howdy.

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I need your invitation and your ID. Please.

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How do you look?

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- Not bad. - Mazel tov.

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This is it.

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For you.

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- Oh. Mr. Brown. - Dr. Chase.

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- What are you doing here? - Is that that hot girl?

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- How does she look? - I made a last-minute donation. A big one.

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Well. On that subject. Thank you for your wonderful gift.

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- Oh. You did get it? Good. - Yes. Thank you.

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You know. I really couldn't accept something like that normally. But...

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I really want it.

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- Well. You needed it. - Come on. Romeo. Get outta there.

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I have been wondering. Though. What the engraving indicated

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on the pipe that Big Foot took.

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Hi.

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- Here you go. - Oh. Dr. Herbert. This is Mr. Brown.

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- Hi. - Hi there.

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- Who's the stiff? - Here. Why don't you let me take that?

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- So you can take that off his hands. - Thank you.

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A toast. Yeah?

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To high treason.

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That's what these men were committing when they signed the Declaration.

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Had we lost the war. They would have been hanged. Beheaded. Drawn and quartered.

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And - Oh! Oh. My personal favorite - and had their entrails cut out and burned!

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So. Here's to the men who did what was considered wrong

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in order to do what they knew was right.

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What they knew was right.

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Well. Good night.

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- Good night. - Good night.

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Yeah!

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OK. Go! Go!

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This better work.

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Clear!

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- On. - Door one. 30 seconds.

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How does it look?

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It's working. It's working...

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Unbelievable.

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Second door. 90 seconds.

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Well done. Boys. Let's go.

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- We're in the elevator. - OK.

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I'm gonna turn off the surveillance cameras. Ready?

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In five. Four.

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Three... Now.

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Ben Gates.

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You are now the Invisible Man.

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- I'm here. - Give me the letters for her password.

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What do you got for me?

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Hit me with it.

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A- E-F-G...

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L- O-R-V-Y.

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Anagrams being listed.

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OK.

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Top results: "A glove fry. "

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"A very golf. "

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"Fargo levy. "

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"Gravy floe. Valey frog. "

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Also "Ago fly rev. "

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"Grove fly a. "

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"Are fly gov. "

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"Era fly gov. "

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- "Elf gov ray. " - It's "Valley Forge. "

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"Valley For... " I don't have that on my computer.

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It's "Valley Forge" - she pressed the E and L twice.

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Valley Forge was a turning point in the American Revolution.

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Can I marry your brain?

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We're in.

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Hello.

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Ben. You're doing great.

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Ben. Pick it up.

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You got about one...

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We own video.

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- I lost my feed. - What?

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I lost my feed. Ben.

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I don't know where anyone is. I have nothing.

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Ben. I have no... Ben. I have nothing.

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Get out of there. Get out of there now.

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I'm taking the whole thing. I'll get it out in the elevator.

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What are you talking about? Is it heavy?

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Shaw. Door three. One minute.

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Gates.

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What was that?

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Who's shooting?

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- Damn. - He's got the bloody map!

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Are you still there? Ben?

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I'm in the elevator.

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- Lan's here. There was. Uh. Shooting. - I hate that guy.

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Hey. Rebecca. Do you have a Paul Brown on that list?

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Paul Brown?

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No. Not here.

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Have a good night.

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Are you trying to steal that?

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It's $35.

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- For this? - Yeah.

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- That's a lot. - Hey. I don't make the prices.

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It's...

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I have $32...

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