Attack of the Crab Monsters (1957)
Ed Nelson: Lt. Quinlan
Jules Deveroux : Strange. We can see only a small part of the island from this spot, but yet you can feel lack of welcome - lack of abiding life, huh?
Ensign Quinlan : Yeah, I felt the same when I came here before to rescue your first group. I not only knew that they were gone but that they were lost, completely and forever, body and soul.
Dr. Karl Weigand : Lieutenant, I don't want to annoy you again, but nothing was left? Not a hair nor a fingernail clipping? Only McLane's journal?
Ensign Quinlan : Well, that's all, Doctor.
Dr. Karl Weigand : That they are dead I can believe possible, but to vanish from the face of the earth - No!
Ensign Quinlan : The Navy thinks they were all at sea in their small boat when the typhoon hit. "Lost with all hands" is an old story.
Dr. Karl Weigand : Yes, but...