Dr. Harper: I started digging, guess what I found in his stomach.
Dr. Harper: If you like to eat money. I prefer to spend it. I guess he was really trying to take it with him.
Eddie: Ooh, these are some pretty bad schakal this, uh, relative of yours is writing about. Whoa, look out, they ate a baby. That's rude.
Eddie: Steinadler, let's see. Huh.
Eddie: Just a second, this is interesting. Steinadlers seem to be involved with the military. Like, heroic, noble. Apparently with very large.,. sausage? I don't think I'm translating that correctly.
Nick: You'll never find them again. Forget about them.
Farley Kolt: Oh, I've tried.
Nick: Try harder.
Title: Three Coins in a Fuchsbau
Coins in a Fountain is a novel by John W. Secondari which served as the basis for the 1954 movie Three Coins in the Fountain, and the song of the same name that was the movie's theme.