Japanese radio propagandist [Ch.1]: On this glorious day, the first anniversary of Pearl Harbor, Japan must remember that victory depends on more then winning or losing battles. Science and industry are equally important as the imperial army and navy. Our scientists in their laboratories must develop better weapons. Our industrialists must improve their manufacturing processes...
Lucky Kamber: I don't care about spies. They won't always be customers, while wanted men - that's another matter.
Nabura: Ah, so. Your precious criminals who can stay paying you head tax, of course, because you have no extradition laws.
Lucky Kamber: This island isn't a nation; it doesn't pretend to be. It's a business and now you're starting to cut into my profits - and that's what I don't like.
Nabura: Everyone must sacrifice in times of war. Japan has use for men like Drag Dorgan.
Phil Corrigan: I found out something about this little tub. My only chance now is to win a bet with myself. I'm gambling that you're as good an American as any of the boys who are dying on the battlefield.
Jack Roberts [Chs. 1-2]: Hey, what are you guys doing in those Nazi uniforms?
First Nazi: It's time you learned you are working for the Axis.
Second Nazi: You are on a German ship; you are going to be put on a Japanese submarine.
First Nazi: Our captain wishes to pay military respect to our ally. Is your luggage ready?
Phil Corrigan: I think its about time for the United States to take over don't you think, Roberts?
[as he blindfolds Nabura]
Ah Fong: The eyes of a woman are deadlier than her tongue.
Papa Pierre Dupray: When the mystery she is explained, she is always like this - simple.
Ah Fong: All the Japs are gone, but not quite the way Nabura expected.