Gibson: Well, the sixpenny bombsight works and the spotlamps work. We've flown two thousand hours, and dropped a good many more than two thousand practice bombs. The specially converted aircraft start arriving tomorrow. So, from now until the word "go" I want you to practice flying them at your all-up proper weights.
[indicates Young]
Gibson: You can work that out, Dinghy. Don't forget that some of the armour's been taken out. And don't exceed 63,000 pounds or otherwise we shan't get off.
[looks around]
Gibson: Any problems?
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: You want the front gunner to stay in his turret the whole time?
Gibson: Oh yes, he'll have to deal with the flak guns.
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: The trouble with that is his feet.
[mimics with fingers]
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: They dangle in front of the bomb-aimer's face. How about fixing up some stirrups to get his feet out of the way and make him more comfortable?
Gibson: That's a good plan.
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Have you any idea when we're going, sir?
Gibson: Probably within a week. But, keep it under your hats! You won't have to put up with being called "the armchair squadron" much longer
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Two months without an operation is getting us stalejake now.
Flight Lt. J.V. Hopgood, DFC: There was damn near a riot yesterday when somebody in 57 Squadron started it again
Flight Lt. H.B. Martin, DSO, DFC, AFC: Our fellows would feel better if they blew off steam
Gibson: [grins] Alright, the next time somebody starts being funny, have a riot.
[assembled pilots laugh]
Gibson: Alright, that's all.
[pilots get up to leave]

 Movie: The Dam Busters [1955] Movie: The Dam Busters [1955]

Gibson: Well, the sixpenny bombsight works and the spotlamps work. We've flown two thousand hours, and dropped a good many more than two thousand practice bombs. The specially converted aircraft start arriving tomorrow. So, from now until the word "go" I want you to practice flying them at your all-up proper weights.
[indicates Young]
Gibson: You can work that out, Dinghy. Don't forget that some of the armour's been taken out. And don't exceed 63,000 pounds or otherwise we shan't get off.
[looks around]
Gibson: Any problems?
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: You want the front gunner to stay in his turret the whole time?
Gibson: Oh yes, he'll have to deal with the flak guns.
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: The trouble with that is his feet.
[mimics with fingers]
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: They dangle in front of the bomb-aimer's face. How about fixing up some stirrups to get his feet out of the way and make him more comfortable?
Gibson: That's a good plan.
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Have you any idea when we're going, sir?
Gibson: Probably within a week. But, keep it under your hats! You won't have to put up with being called "the armchair squadron" much longer
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Two months without an operation is getting us stalejake now.
Flight Lt. J.V. Hopgood, DFC: There was damn near a riot yesterday when somebody in 57 Squadron started it again
Flight Lt. H.B. Martin, DSO, DFC, AFC: Our fellows would feel better if they blew off steam
Gibson: [grins] Alright, the next time somebody starts being funny, have a riot.
[assembled pilots laugh]
Gibson: Alright, that's all.
[pilots get up to leave]
(Movie: The Dam Busters [1955] Movie: The Dam Busters [1955]) [01/30/2009 03:45:51] comment quote { / 0 õîðîøî }
[indicates Young]
Gibson: You can work that out, Dinghy. Don't forget that some of the armour's been taken out. And don't exceed 63,000 pounds or otherwise we shan't get off.
[looks around]
Gibson: Any problems?
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: You want the front gunner to stay in his turret the whole time?
Gibson: Oh yes, he'll have to deal with the flak guns.
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: The trouble with that is his feet.
[mimics with fingers]
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: They dangle in front of the bomb-aimer's face. How about fixing up some stirrups to get his feet out of the way and make him more comfortable?
Gibson: That's a good plan.
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Have you any idea when we're going, sir?
Gibson: Probably within a week. But, keep it under your hats! You won't have to put up with being called "the armchair squadron" much longer
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Two months without an operation is getting us stalejake now.
Flight Lt. J.V. Hopgood, DFC: There was damn near a riot yesterday when somebody in 57 Squadron started it again
Flight Lt. H.B. Martin, DSO, DFC, AFC: Our fellows would feel better if they blew off steam
Gibson: [grins] Alright, the next time somebody starts being funny, have a riot.
[assembled pilots laugh]
Gibson: Alright, that's all.
[pilots get up to leave]
','','Gibson: Well, the sixpenny bombsight works and the spotlamps work. We've flown two thousand hours, and dropped a good many more than two thousand practice bombs. The specially converted aircraft start arriving tomorrow. So, from now until the word "go" I want you to practice flying them at your all-up proper weights.
[indicates Young]
Gibson: You can work that out, Dinghy. Don't forget that some of the armour's been taken out. And don't exceed 63,000 pounds or otherwise we shan't get off.
[looks around]
Gibson: Any problems?
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: You want the front gunner to stay in his turret the whole time?
Gibson: Oh yes, he'll have to deal with the flak guns.
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: The trouble with that is his feet.
[mimics with fingers]
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: They dangle in front of the bomb-aimer's face. How about fixing up some stirrups to get his feet out of the way and make him more comfortable?
Gibson: That's a good plan.
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Have you any idea when we're going, sir?
Gibson: Probably within a week. But, keep it under your hats! You won't have to put up with being called "the armchair squadron" much longer
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Two months without an operation is getting us stalejake now.
Flight Lt. J.V. Hopgood, DFC: There was damn near a riot yesterday when somebody in 57 Squadron started it again
Flight Lt. H.B. Martin, DSO, DFC, AFC: Our fellows would feel better if they blew off steam
Gibson: [grins] Alright, the next time somebody starts being funny, have a riot.
[assembled pilots laugh]
Gibson: Alright, that's all.
[pilots get up to leave]
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[indicates Young]
Gibson: You can work that out, Dinghy. Don't forget that some of the armour's been taken out. And don't exceed 63,000 pounds or otherwise we shan't get off.
[looks around]
Gibson: Any problems?
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: You want the front gunner to stay in his turret the whole time?
Gibson: Oh yes, he'll have to deal with the flak guns.
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: The trouble with that is his feet.
[mimics with fingers]
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: They dangle in front of the bomb-aimer's face. How about fixing up some stirrups to get his feet out of the way and make him more comfortable?
Gibson: That's a good plan.
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Have you any idea when we're going, sir?
Gibson: Probably within a week. But, keep it under your hats! You won't have to put up with being called "the armchair squadron" much longer
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Two months without an operation is getting us stalejake now.
Flight Lt. J.V. Hopgood, DFC: There was damn near a riot yesterday when somebody in 57 Squadron started it again
Flight Lt. H.B. Martin, DSO, DFC, AFC: Our fellows would feel better if they blew off steam
Gibson: [grins] Alright, the next time somebody starts being funny, have a riot.
[assembled pilots laugh]
Gibson: Alright, that's all.
[pilots get up to leave]
','','Gibson: Well, the sixpenny bombsight works and the spotlamps work. We've flown two thousand hours, and dropped a good many more than two thousand practice bombs. The specially converted aircraft start arriving tomorrow. So, from now until the word "go" I want you to practice flying them at your all-up proper weights.
[indicates Young]
Gibson: You can work that out, Dinghy. Don't forget that some of the armour's been taken out. And don't exceed 63,000 pounds or otherwise we shan't get off.
[looks around]
Gibson: Any problems?
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: You want the front gunner to stay in his turret the whole time?
Gibson: Oh yes, he'll have to deal with the flak guns.
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: The trouble with that is his feet.
[mimics with fingers]
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: They dangle in front of the bomb-aimer's face. How about fixing up some stirrups to get his feet out of the way and make him more comfortable?
Gibson: That's a good plan.
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Have you any idea when we're going, sir?
Gibson: Probably within a week. But, keep it under your hats! You won't have to put up with being called "the armchair squadron" much longer
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Two months without an operation is getting us stalejake now.
Flight Lt. J.V. Hopgood, DFC: There was damn near a riot yesterday when somebody in 57 Squadron started it again
Flight Lt. H.B. Martin, DSO, DFC, AFC: Our fellows would feel better if they blew off steam
Gibson: [grins] Alright, the next time somebody starts being funny, have a riot.
[assembled pilots laugh]
Gibson: Alright, that's all.
[pilots get up to leave]
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[indicates Young]
Gibson: You can work that out, Dinghy. Don't forget that some of the armour's been taken out. And don't exceed 63,000 pounds or otherwise we shan't get off.
[looks around]
Gibson: Any problems?
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: You want the front gunner to stay in his turret the whole time?
Gibson: Oh yes, he'll have to deal with the flak guns.
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: The trouble with that is his feet.
[mimics with fingers]
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: They dangle in front of the bomb-aimer's face. How about fixing up some stirrups to get his feet out of the way and make him more comfortable?
Gibson: That's a good plan.
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Have you any idea when we're going, sir?
Gibson: Probably within a week. But, keep it under your hats! You won't have to put up with being called "the armchair squadron" much longer
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Two months without an operation is getting us stalejake now.
Flight Lt. J.V. Hopgood, DFC: There was damn near a riot yesterday when somebody in 57 Squadron started it again
Flight Lt. H.B. Martin, DSO, DFC, AFC: Our fellows would feel better if they blew off steam
Gibson: [grins] Alright, the next time somebody starts being funny, have a riot.
[assembled pilots laugh]
Gibson: Alright, that's all.
[pilots get up to leave]
','Gibson: Well, the sixpenny bombsight works and the spotlamps work. We've flown two thousand hours, and dropped a good many more than two thousand practice bombs. The specially converted aircraft start arriving tomorrow. So, from now until the word "go" I want you to practice flying them at your all-up proper weights.
[indicates Young]
Gibson: You can work that out, Dinghy. Don't forget that some of the armour's been taken out. And don't exceed 63,000 pounds or otherwise we shan't get off.
[looks around]
Gibson: Any problems?
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: You want the front gunner to stay in his turret the whole time?
Gibson: Oh yes, he'll have to deal with the flak guns.
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: The trouble with that is his feet.
[mimics with fingers]
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: They dangle in front of the bomb-aimer's face. How about fixing up some stirrups to get his feet out of the way and make him more comfortable?
Gibson: That's a good plan.
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Have you any idea when we're going, sir?
Gibson: Probably within a week. But, keep it under your hats! You won't have to put up with being called "the armchair squadron" much longer
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Two months without an operation is getting us stalejake now.
Flight Lt. J.V. Hopgood, DFC: There was damn near a riot yesterday when somebody in 57 Squadron started it again
Flight Lt. H.B. Martin, DSO, DFC, AFC: Our fellows would feel better if they blew off steam
Gibson: [grins] Alright, the next time somebody starts being funny, have a riot.
[assembled pilots laugh]
Gibson: Alright, that's all.
[pilots get up to leave]
','','Gibson: Well, the sixpenny bombsight works and the spotlamps work. We've flown two thousand hours, and dropped a good many more than two thousand practice bombs. The specially converted aircraft start arriving tomorrow. So, from now until the word "go" I want you to practice flying them at your all-up proper weights.
[indicates Young]
Gibson: You can work that out, Dinghy. Don't forget that some of the armour's been taken out. And don't exceed 63,000 pounds or otherwise we shan't get off.
[looks around]
Gibson: Any problems?
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: You want the front gunner to stay in his turret the whole time?
Gibson: Oh yes, he'll have to deal with the flak guns.
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: The trouble with that is his feet.
[mimics with fingers]
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: They dangle in front of the bomb-aimer's face. How about fixing up some stirrups to get his feet out of the way and make him more comfortable?
Gibson: That's a good plan.
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Have you any idea when we're going, sir?
Gibson: Probably within a week. But, keep it under your hats! You won't have to put up with being called "the armchair squadron" much longer
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Two months without an operation is getting us stalejake now.
Flight Lt. J.V. Hopgood, DFC: There was damn near a riot yesterday when somebody in 57 Squadron started it again
Flight Lt. H.B. Martin, DSO, DFC, AFC: Our fellows would feel better if they blew off steam
Gibson: [grins] Alright, the next time somebody starts being funny, have a riot.
[assembled pilots laugh]
Gibson: Alright, that's all.
[pilots get up to leave]
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[indicates Young]
Gibson: You can work that out, Dinghy. Don't forget that some of the armour's been taken out. And don't exceed 63,000 pounds or otherwise we shan't get off.
[looks around]
Gibson: Any problems?
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: You want the front gunner to stay in his turret the whole time?
Gibson: Oh yes, he'll have to deal with the flak guns.
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: The trouble with that is his feet.
[mimics with fingers]
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: They dangle in front of the bomb-aimer's face. How about fixing up some stirrups to get his feet out of the way and make him more comfortable?
Gibson: That's a good plan.
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Have you any idea when we're going, sir?
Gibson: Probably within a week. But, keep it under your hats! You won't have to put up with being called "the armchair squadron" much longer
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Two months without an operation is getting us stalejake now.
Flight Lt. J.V. Hopgood, DFC: There was damn near a riot yesterday when somebody in 57 Squadron started it again
Flight Lt. H.B. Martin, DSO, DFC, AFC: Our fellows would feel better if they blew off steam
Gibson: [grins] Alright, the next time somebody starts being funny, have a riot.
[assembled pilots laugh]
Gibson: Alright, that's all.
[pilots get up to leave]
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[indicates Young]
Gibson: You can work that out, Dinghy. Don't forget that some of the armour's been taken out. And don't exceed 63,000 pounds or otherwise we shan't get off.
[looks around]
Gibson: Any problems?
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: You want the front gunner to stay in his turret the whole time?
Gibson: Oh yes, he'll have to deal with the flak guns.
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: The trouble with that is his feet.
[mimics with fingers]
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: They dangle in front of the bomb-aimer's face. How about fixing up some stirrups to get his feet out of the way and make him more comfortable?
Gibson: That's a good plan.
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Have you any idea when we're going, sir?
Gibson: Probably within a week. But, keep it under your hats! You won't have to put up with being called "the armchair squadron" much longer
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Two months without an operation is getting us stalejake now.
Flight Lt. J.V. Hopgood, DFC: There was damn near a riot yesterday when somebody in 57 Squadron started it again
Flight Lt. H.B. Martin, DSO, DFC, AFC: Our fellows would feel better if they blew off steam
Gibson: [grins] Alright, the next time somebody starts being funny, have a riot.
[assembled pilots laugh]
Gibson: Alright, that's all.
[pilots get up to leave]
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Twitter [indicates Young]
Gibson: You can work that out, Dinghy. Don't forget that some of the armour's been taken out. And don't exceed 63,000 pounds or otherwise we shan't get off.
[looks around]
Gibson: Any problems?
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: You want the front gunner to stay in his turret the whole time?
Gibson: Oh yes, he'll have to deal with the flak guns.
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: The trouble with that is his feet.
[mimics with fingers]
Squadron Leader H.M. Young, DFC: They dangle in front of the bomb-aimer's face. How about fixing up some stirrups to get his feet out of the way and make him more comfortable?
Gibson: That's a good plan.
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Have you any idea when we're going, sir?
Gibson: Probably within a week. But, keep it under your hats! You won't have to put up with being called "the armchair squadron" much longer
Squadron Leader H.E. Maudslay, DFC: Two months without an operation is getting us stalejake now.
Flight Lt. J.V. Hopgood, DFC: There was damn near a riot yesterday when somebody in 57 Squadron started it again
Flight Lt. H.B. Martin, DSO, DFC, AFC: Our fellows would feel better if they blew off steam
Gibson: [grins] Alright, the next time somebody starts being funny, have a riot.
[assembled pilots laugh]
Gibson: Alright, that's all.
[pilots get up to leave]
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