Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
Anthony Quinn: Auda Abu Tayi
Auda abu Tayi : It is Auda of the Howitat who speaks.
Sherif Ali : It is Ali of the Harith who answers.
Auda abu Tayi : Harith! Ali, does your father still steal?
Sherif Ali : No. Does Auda take me for one of his own bastards?
Auda abu Tayi : No, there is no resemblance. Alas, you resemble your father.
Sherif Ali : Auda flatters me.
Auda abu Tayi : You're easily flattered. I knew your father well.
Sherif Ali : Did you know your own?
T.E. Lawrence : My friends, we have been foolish. Auda will not come to Aqaba. Not for money...
Auda abu Tayi : No.
T.E. Lawrence : ...for Feisal...
Auda abu Tayi : No!
T.E. Lawrence : ...nor to drive away the Turks. He will come... because it is his pleasure.
Auda abu Tayi : Thy mother mated with a scorpion.
Auda abu Tayi : I am Auda abu Tayi! Does Auda serve?
Howeitat tribesmen : NO!
Auda abu Tayi : Does Auda abu Tayi serve?
Howeitat tribesmen : NO!
Auda abu Tayi : [to Lawrence] I carry twenty-three great wounds, all got in battle. Seventy-five men have I killed with my own hands in battle. I scatter, I burn my enemies' tents. I take away their flocks and herds. The Turks pay me a golden treasure, yet I am poor! Because *I* am a river to my people!
T.E. Lawrence : The Law says the man must die... If he dies, would that content the Howitat?
Auda abu Tayi : Yes.
T.E. Lawrence : Sherif Ali. If none of lord Auda's men harms any of yours, will that content the Harith?
Sherif Ali : Yes.
T.E. Lawrence : Then I will execute the Law. I have no tribe and no one is offended.
Auda abu Tayi : [his last words, to Ali] Being an Arab will be thornier than you suppose, Harith!
Auda abu Tayi : Thine mother mated with a scorpion.
Auda abu Tayi : [Auda starts the attack on Aqaba with these words] Make God your agent!... Aqaba!
Colonel Brighton : Lawrence will campaign this winter, but you have got what you wanted so you're going home. Is that it?
Auda abu Tayi : Of course. When Orens has got what he wanted, he will go home. When you have got what you wanted, you will go home.
Colonel Brighton : Oh no I shan't Auda.
Auda abu Tayi : Then you are a fool.
Colonel Brighton : Maybe, but I'm not a deserter.
Auda abu Tayi : Give thanks to God, Brighton, that when He made you a fool, He gave you a fool's face.
Colonel Brighton : You are an impudent rascal.
Auda abu Tayi : I must go, Orens, before I soul myself with a fool's blood.
Colonel Brighton : It's like talking to a brick wall.
Auda abu Tayi : The desert has dried up more blood than you can think of.
Auda abu Tayi : [to Lawrence] There is only the desert for you.