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While Ben Gates is presenting new information about John Wilkes Booth and the 18 pages missing from Booth's diary, a man by the name of Mitch Wilkinson stands up and presents a missing page of John Wilkes Booth's diary. Thomas Gates, Ben's great-grandfather, is mentioned on the page. It shows that Ben's great-grandfather was a co-conspirator in Abraham Lincoln's murder. When doing more research, the conspiracy takes Ben, Abigail Chase, and Riley Poole to Buckingham Palace (which they break into). They discover a plank that has early Native American writing on it. The plank has only one symbol that Patrick Gates can identify. The symbol is Cibola (see-bowl-uh) meaning the City of Gold. In order to define the rest they have to go to Ben's mother, Patrick's divorced wife. After 32 years it brings back old arguments. After that the other clue is in the President's desk in the Oval Office in the White House (which Ben and Abigail sneak into) to discover that the clue lies in The President's Book. But in order to see the book, their choice is either get elected president or kidnap the President of the United States. Which do they choose? It's obvious. With Wilkinson close on their tail, they find the book in the Library of Congress. The conspiracy then crosses to Mount Rushmore where the clue was on the hills, but (according to the Book) President Calvin Coolidge had the faces carved in so no one can find the City of Gold. When they get there they find out that they must work with Wilkinson since he has some clues of his own. Who will claim Cibola? And will the name of Gates be known as murder?

Several years since Benjamin Franklin Gates found the Knight's Templar and became rich and famous. Now, another treasure hunter named Mitch Wilkinson has found what is a missing page of the diary of John Wilkes Booth, which contains clues to the location of a lost city of gold, Ben must compete against Mitch to find the lost city, he goes to France and Great Britain to find other clues and even peak inside the President's secret book to put the pieces of the puzzle together, his parents and his friends also help Ben find the lost city and to stay one step ahead of Mitch.
John Wiggins

Ben Gates and his father have lobbied to get their ancestor Thomas Gates, the man who was entrusted with the secret of the Templars treasure, honored as a historical hero. They believe that Gates was approached by two men who unbeknown to him were members of a group loyal to the confederacy, and one of the men, John Wilkes Booth, gives him his journal and shows him something they want him to decipher. Booth then leaves to assassinate Lincoln. Gates completes the deciphering and discovers that it's a clue to a great treasure but when Gates learns who they are, he rips out pages that had the clue and tried to burn them, he would then be shot. At the unveiling, a man named Wilkinson stands up claiming to have in his position one of the pages that Gates tried to burn and in it, is something that claims that Gates may have been involved with the plot to assassinate Lincoln. So now Thomas Gates is labeled a traitor. But Ben and his father don't believe it. So they acquire the page and discover what Gates was deciphering and sets out to prove that Gates is innocent. But Wilkinson is following him. Ben's trek takes him to France, England, and eventually back to Washington but they hit a road block. And to find the clue Ben is forced to kidnap the President.

During a lecture about John Wilkes Booth and Thomas Gates, Ben Gates and his father Patrick are surprised by Mitch Wilkinson. He claims that their ancestor was a conspirator in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln based on the missing page of Booth's diary that he possesses. The outraged Ben decides to prove the honor of his ancestor. Together with his wife, Abigail, and his best friend, the writer Riley Poole, they head to France, England and Washington to collect clues. But Mitch Wilkinson is secretly following their every move.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil


MPAA Ratings
Rated PG for some violence and action

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Release Date
(USA) - 13 December 2007
(Kuwait) - 18 December 2007
(Oman) - 19 December 2007
(South Korea) - 19 December 2007
(Taiwan) - 19 December 2007
(Australia) - 20 December 2007
(Hong Kong) - 20 December 2007
(Hungary) - 20 December 2007
(Israel) - 20 December 2007
(Lebanon) - 20 December 2007
(Portugal) - 20 December 2007
(Puerto Rico) - 20 December 2007
(Singapore) - 20 December 2007
(Thailand) - 20 December 2007
(Bulgaria) - 21 December 2007
(Canada) - 21 December 2007
(Estonia) - 21 December 2007
(Indonesia) - 21 December 2007
(Italy) - 21 December 2007
(Japan) - 21 December 2007
(Latvia) - 21 December 2007
(Spain) - 21 December 2007
(USA) - 21 December 2007
(Venezuela) - 21 December 2007
(Egypt) - 26 December 2007
(Russia) - 27 December 2007
(Mexico) - 28 December 2007
(Panama) - 28 December 2007
(Belgium) - 2 January 2008
(Greece) - 3 January 2008
(Iceland) - 3 January 2008
(Poland) - 4 January 2008
(Turkey) - 4 January 2008
(Philippines) - 8 January 2008
(Netherlands) - 10 January 2008
(Peru) - 10 January 2008
(Colombia) - 11 January 2008
(India) - 11 January 2008
(Norway) - 11 January 2008
(South Africa) - 11 January 2008
(Sweden) - 11 January 2008
(Argentina) - 17 January 2008
(Czech Republic) - 17 January 2008
(Slovakia) - 21 January 2008
(Switzerland) - 23 January 2008
(Austria) - 24 January 2008
(Germany) - 24 January 2008
(Switzerland) - 24 January 2008
(Brazil) - 25 January 2008
(Denmark) - 8 February 2008
(Ireland) - 8 February 2008
(UK) - 8 February 2008
(France) - 13 February 2008
(Finland) - 15 February 2008
(Pakistan) - 7 March 2008
(China) - 17 March 2008

Running Time
124 Australia:124



Cast of National Treasure: Book of Secrets

as [Senator] <40>
as (uncredited) [Photographer]
as (uncredited) [FBI Agent]
as (uncredited) [Business Man]
as (uncredited) [DC Metro Police Officer]
as [Riley Poole] <2>
as [Abraham Lincoln] <50>
as (uncredited) [Tourist]
as [Michael O'Laughlen] <17>
as [FBI Agent Steppes] <45>
as (uncredited) [Politician]
as [Connor] <9>
as [Ben Gates] <1>
as [John Wilkes Booth] <16>
as (as Eric W. Carlson) [Air Force General] <41>
as (uncredited) [Business Man]
as (uncredited) [Secret Service Agent]
as [Control Room Guard] <24>
as (uncredited) [FBI agent]
as (uncredited) [FBI Helicopter Pilot]
as (uncredited) [Senator]
as (uncredited) [1865 Boy Outside of Tavern]
as (uncredited) [White House Press Secretary]
as [Agent Tyme] <28>
as (uncredited) [Presidential Party Guest]
as (uncredited) [Police Officer on Bicycle #2]
as [Agent Sledge] <26>
as (uncredited)
as (uncredited) [Presidential Party Guest]
as (uncredited) [Tourist]
as [Palace Guard Sholder] <48>
as (uncredited) [Party Guest/Lecture Attendee]
as (uncredited) [Invited Guest]
as [Press Secretary] <33>
as (uncredited) [Kid at Easter Egg Hunt]
as (uncredited) [Police Officer on Bicycle #1]
as (uncredited) [Presidential Party Guest]
as (uncredited) [Presidential Aid]
as (as David Copeland Goodman) [Deputy Press Secretary] <34>
as [Lincoln Conspiracy Kid] <21>
as [Asa Trenchard] <53>
as [The President] <8>
as [Thomas Gates] <15>
as (uncredited) [Historian]
as [Dr. Nichols] <14>
as (uncredited) [Tourist at Buckingham Palace]
as [Mitch Wilkinson] <6>
as [Frank] <38>
as (as Steve Hibbert) [Tourist on Toilet] <47>
as (uncredited) [Pedestrian]
as (uncredited) [Buckingham Palace Guard]
as [Taxi Passenger] <58>
as (uncredited) [College Student]
as [Agent Stander] <27>
as (uncredited) [TFG Police]
as [Sadusky] <7>
as [FBI Agent Stayres] <44>
as (uncredited) [Coach]
as (uncredited) [Mt. Vernon FBI Agent]
as (uncredited) [Lecture Attendee]
as (uncredited) [National Mall Commuter]
as (uncredited) [Buckingham Palace Guard]
as (uncredited) [Lecture Attendee]
as [Daniel] <10>
as [Agent Craig] <19>
as (as Mike McCafferty) [Snooty Historian] <59>
as (uncredited) [Secret Service Agent]
as (as Milsey Peter Miles) [Beer Truck Driver] <57>
as [Control Room Guard] <23>
as [Seth] <11>
as (uncredited) [Conference Attendee]
as (uncredited) [Police Inspector]
as (uncredited) [Secret Service Agent]
as (uncredited) [President Party Guest]
as (uncredited) [Presidential Birthday Party Guest]
as (uncredited) [Child at Easter Egg Hunt]
as (uncredited) [DC Policeman]
as (uncredited) [Tourist]
as [Mover] <62>
as (uncredited) [Professor in Lecture Hall]
as (uncredited) [Musician at the party]
as (uncredited) [Police K-9 Officer]
as [FBI Agent Hendricks] <13>
as [Agent Hopper] <20>
as (uncredited) [White House Staff]
as (uncredited) [Lecture Attendee]
as (uncredited) [Easter Boy]
as (uncredited) [FBI Agent]
as (uncredited) [1865 Tavern Patron]
as [Major Rathbone] <55>
as (uncredited) [Secret Service Agent in Boat]
as (uncredited) [Police Officer]
as (uncredited) [DC Policeman]
as (uncredited) [Lecture Attendee]
as (as Hans G. Struhar) [Range Rover Owner] <61>
as [FBI Agent Cade] <46>
as [Boat Patrolman] <37>
as (uncredited) [Secret Service Agent]
as [Helicopter Pilot Mike] <63>
as [Celebrity Music Star] <42>
as [Charles Gates] <18>
as [Barkeep] <56>
as (archive footage) [Whitehouse Representative/UMD student]
as (uncredited) [Pedestrian Dodging Horse]
as [Patrick Gates] <4>
as (uncredited) [Secret Service Agent]
as [Treasure Fanatic] <60>
as (uncredited) [Easter Egg Hunt Kid]
as [Agent Hammer] <25>
as [Palace Guard Haggis] <22>
as (uncredited) [Theatregoer]
as (as Mary Ellen Aviano) [Senator's Wife] <39>
as (uncredited) [Conference Attendee]
as [Mrs. Mountchessington] <52>
as (uncredited) [White House Photographer]
as (uncredited) [Easter Egg Hunt Girl]
as (uncredited) [Presidential Party Guest]
as (uncredited) [Senators Wife]
as (uncredited) [Kid at Easter Egg Hunt]
as [FBI Agent Spellman] <12>
as (as Rachel Wood) [Girl Customer] <30>
as (as Patrizia DiZebba) [Press Secretary's Secretary] <36>
as (uncredited) [Kid]
as [Angry College Girl] <32>
as (uncredited) [Driver]
as [FBI Agent Doer] <43>
as (uncredited) [Professor]
as (uncredited) [Girl]
as (uncredited) [Easter Egg Hunt Girl]
as (uncredited) [Kid at Easter Egg Hunt]
as (uncredited) [Running Girl]
as [Palace Guide] <49>
as [Abigail Chase] <3>
as (uncredited) [Presidential Party Guest]
as [Asst. Press Secretary] <35>
as (uncredited) [Presidential Party Guest]
as (uncredited) [White House Staffer]
as [Emily Appleton] <5>
as (uncredited) [Female Guest at Presidential Party]
as (uncredited) [Student]
as (uncredited) [Mount Rushmore Tourist]
as [Augusta] <54>
as [Mary Todd Lincoln] <51>
as (uncredited) [Police Officer]
as (as Lisa Sheldon) [Jacqueline] <31>
as (uncredited) [Little Girl]
as (uncredited) [Little Girl]
as (uncredited) [Presidential Party Guest]
as (uncredited) [Business Executive]
as (uncredited) [Presidental Party Guest]
as [Lady Customer] <29>
as (uncredited) [Conference Attendee]

Genres in National Treasure: Book of Secrets

  1. Action
  2. Adventure
  3. Mystery
  4. Thriller

Business of National Treasure: Book of Secrets

AD: 974,182 (Brazil) (24 February 2008) AD: 904,658 (Brazil) (17 February 2008) AD: 796,569 (Brazil) (10 February 2008) AD: 675,839 (Brazil) (3 February 2008) AD: 217,964 (Brazil) (27 January 2008) AD: 528,640 (Germany) (27 January 2008) AD: 241,889 (Netherlands) (31 December 2008) AD: 161,476 (Norway) (22 March 2008) BT: USD 130,000,000 CP: Disney Enterprises, Inc. and Jerry Bruckheimer, Inc. GR: USD 219,961,501 (USA) (15 June 2008) GR: USD 219,953,463 (USA) (8 June 2008) GR: USD 219,932,519 (USA) (1 June 2008) GR: USD 219,884,740 (USA) (25 May 2008) GR: USD 219,739,808 (USA) (18 May 2008) GR: USD 219,548,127 (USA) (11 May 2008) GR: USD 219,455,217 (USA) (4 May 2008) GR: USD 219,342,259 (USA) (27 April 2008) GR: USD 219,191,729 (USA) (20 April 2008) GR: USD 218,979,290 (USA) (13 April 2008) GR: USD 218,701,477 (USA) (6 April 2008) GR: USD 218,309,061 (USA) (30 March 2008) GR: USD 217,684,901 (USA) (23 March 2008) GR: USD 217,216,391 (USA) (16 March 2008) GR: USD 216,964,020 (USA) (9 March 2008) GR: USD 216,599,988 (USA) (2 March 2008) GR: USD 216,001,504 (USA) (24 February 2008) GR: USD 215,022,515 (USA) (17 February 2008) GR: USD 212,752,399 (USA) (10 February 2008) GR: USD 209,792,593 (USA) (3 February 2008) GR: USD 205,672,738 (USA) (27 January 2008) GR: USD 199,489,171 (USA) (20 January 2008) GR: USD 187,114,947 (USA) (13 January 2008) GR: USD 170,870,795 (USA) (6 January 2008) GR: USD 142,943,238 (USA) (30 December 2007) GR: USD 65,444,195 (USA) (23 December 2007) GR: GBP 8,609,558 (UK) (9 March 2008) GR: GBP 8,231,092 (UK) (2 March 2008) GR: GBP 7,515,077 (UK) (24 February 2008) GR: GBP 5,678,990 (UK) (17 February 2008) GR: GBP 2,483,297 (UK) (10 February 2008) GR: BRL 7,736,566 (Brazil) (24 February 2008) GR: BRL 7,240,173 (Brazil) (17 February 2008) GR: BRL 6,420,749 (Brazil) (10 February 2008) GR: BRL 5,348,461 (Brazil) (3 February 2008) GR: BRL 1,990,363 (Brazil) (27 January 2008) GR: PHP 96,117,134 (Philippines) (17 February 2008) GR: PHP 95,315,129 (Philippines) (10 February 2008) GR: PHP 93,201,460 (Philippines) (3 February 2008) GR: PHP 86,756,673 (Philippines) (27 January 2008) GR: PHP 73,208,478 (Philippines) (20 January 2008) GR: PHP 46,830,267 (Philippines) (13 January 2008) GR: RUR 333,367,041 (Russia) (3 February 2008) GR: RUR 331,506,295 (Russia) (27 January 2008) GR: RUR 327,784,803 (Russia) (20 January 2008) GR: RUR 310,060,315 (Russia) (13 January 2008) GR: RUR 239,050,783 (Russia) (6 January 2008) GR: RUR 72,720,973 (Russia) (30 December 2007) OW: USD 65,444,195 (USA) (23 December 2007) (3,832 screens) OW: GBP 2,483,297 (UK) (10 February 2008) (491 screens) OW: BRL 1,990,363 (Brazil) (27 January 2008) (225 screens) OW: USD 52,040 (Estonia) (23 December 2007) (5 screens) OW: PHP 46,830,267 (Philippines) (13 January 2008) (90 screens) OW: RUR 72,720,973 (Russia) (30 December 2007) (450 screens) SD: 5 March 2007 - June 2007 WG: USD 3,329 (USA) (15 June 2008) (12 screens) WG: USD 8,091 (USA) (8 June 2008) (26 screens) WG: USD 37,104 (USA) (1 June 2008) (64 screens) WG: USD 111,242 (USA) (25 May 2008) (87 screens) WG: USD 173,208 (USA) (18 May 2008) (132 screens) WG: USD 66,543 (USA) (11 May 2008) (115 screens) WG: USD 74,278 (USA) (4 May 2008) (145 screens) WG: USD 109,845 (USA) (27 April 2008) (179 screens) WG: USD 157,717 (USA) (20 April 2008) (225 screens) WG: USD 192,029 (USA) (13 April 2008) (253 screens) WG: USD 265,494 (USA) (6 April 2008) (300 screens) WG: USD 376,565 (USA) (30 March 2008) (320 screens) WG: USD 390,118 (USA) (23 March 2008) (348 screens) WG: USD 165,786 (USA) (16 March 2008) (177 screens) WG: USD 237,600 (USA) (9 March 2008) (269 screens) WG: USD 422,985 (USA) (2 March 2008) (389 screens) WG: USD 695,359 (USA) (24 February 2008) (571 screens) WG: USD 1,656,731 (USA) (17 February 2008) (850 screens) WG: USD 2,150,147 (USA) (10 February 2008) (1,256 screens) WG: USD 2,963,552 (USA) (3 February 2008) (1,733 screens) WG: USD 4,916,131 (USA) (27 January 2008) (2,154 screens) WG: USD 9,606,326 (USA) (20 January 2008) (2,963 screens) WG: USD 11,302,002 (USA) (13 January 2008) (3,377 screens) WG: USD 20,062,684 (USA) (6 January 2008) (3,762 screens) WG: USD 54,540,535 (USA) (30 December 2007) (3,832 screens) WG: USD 65,444,195 (USA) (23 December 2007) (3,832 screens) WG: GBP 241,188 (UK) (9 March 2008) (321 screens) WG: GBP 455,055 (UK) (2 March 2008) (401 screens) WG: GBP 931,061 (UK) (24 February 2008) (460 screens) WG: GBP 1,493,844 (UK) (17 February 2008) (493 screens) WG: GBP 2,483,297 (UK) (10 February 2008) (491 screens) WG: BRL 319,320 (Brazil) (24 February 2008) (202 screens) WG: BRL 471,551 (Brazil) (17 February 2008) (199 screens) WG: BRL 906,654 (Brazil) (10 February 2008) (204 screens) WG: BRL 1,047,172 (Brazil) (3 February 2008) (207 screens) WG: BRL 1,990,363 (Brazil) (27 January 2008) (225 screens) WG: PHP 326,788 (Philippines) (17 February 2008) (20 screens) WG: PHP 1,574,023 (Philippines) (10 February 2008) (40 screens) WG: PHP 4,039,195 (Philippines) (3 February 2008) (74 screens) WG: PHP 11,159,324 (Philippines) (27 January 2008) (90 screens) WG: PHP 22,860,809 (Philippines) (20 January 2008) (90 screens) WG: PHP 46,830,267 (Philippines) (13 January 2008) (90 screens)

Certificate of National Treasure: Book of Secrets

12 (South Korea)
PG (Singapore)
U (Malaysia)
PG (Australia)
PG-12 (Taiwan)
G (Philippines)(MTRCB)
K-11 (Finland)
PG (Ireland)
11 (Norway)
11 (Sweden)
PG (USA)(certificate #43985)
10 (Switzerland)(canton of Vaud)
10 (Switzerland)(canton of Geneva)
Atp (Argentina)
12 (Germany)
10 (Brazil)
10M (South Africa)
10V (South Africa)
PT (Peru)
PG (New Zealand)
12 (Netherlands)
11 (Denmark)
G (Canada)(Québec)
IIA (Hong Kong)
PG (Canada)(Alberta/British Columbia/Manitoba/Nova Scotia/Ontario)
U (France)
M/12 (Portugal)

Composers of music of National Treasure: Book of Secrets

  1. Rabin, Trevor

Cinematographers of National Treasure: Book of Secrets

  1. Mokri, Amir (director of photography)
  2. Schwartzman, John (I) (director of photography)

Costume Designers of National Treasure: Book of Secrets

  1. Makovsky, Judianna

Distributors of National Treasure: Book of Secrets

Audio Visual Enterprises [gr] - (2008) (Greece) (theatrical)
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) [gb] - (2010) (UK) (TV) (BBC1)
Buena Vista International (Norway) [no] - (2008) (Norway) (theatrical)
Buena Vista International [ar] - (2007) (Argentina) (theatrical)
Buena Vista International [ch] - (2008) (Switzerland) (theatrical)
Buena Vista International [de] - (2008) (Germany) (theatrical)
Buena Vista International [sg] - (2007) (Singapore) (theatrical)
Buena Vista Pictures Distribution [ca] - (2007) (Canada) (theatrical)
Buena Vista Sony Pictures Releasing (BVSPR) [ru] - (2007) (Russia) (theatrical)
Falcon [cz] - (2008) (Czech Republic) (theatrical)
Film1 [nl] - (2008) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
Gativideo [ar] - (2008) (Argentina) (DVD)
National Broadcasting Company (NBC) [us] - (2011) (USA) (TV)
Nelonen [fi] - (2010) (2012) (Finland) (TV)
SBS6 [nl] - (2010) (Netherlands) (TV)
United International Pictures (UIP) [tr] - (2008) (Turkey) (theatrical)
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment [de] - (2008) (Germany) (DVD)
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment [fi] - (2008) (Finland) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment [gb] - (2008) (UK) (DVD)
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment [gb] - (2008) (UK) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment [nl] - (2008) (Netherlands) (DVD)
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment [nl] - (2008) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment [us] - (2008) (USA) (DVD)
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment [us] - (2008) (USA) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Finland [fi] - (2008) (Finland) (theatrical)
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures [gb] - (2008) (UK) (theatrical)
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures [jp] - (2007) (Japan) (theatrical)
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures [nl] - (2008) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures [se] - (2008) (Sweden) (theatrical)
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures [us] - (2007) (USA) (theatrical)

Editors of National Treasure: Book of Secrets

  1. Goldenberg, William (I)
  2. Rennie, David

Misc of National Treasure: Book of Secrets

  1. Adolph, Ellen (production accountant)
  2. Agha, Brashna (dailies runner)
  3. Agostino, Nicole (set production assistant)
  4. Ainsworth, Alfred (video playback engineer)
  5. Alda, Zan (production assistant)
  6. Alexander, Matthew (III) (computer and video coordinator)
  7. Allen, Amy (II) (assistant: Barry Waldman) (as Amy E. Allen)
  8. Allen, Robert (X) (construction medic)
  9. Amice, Segolene (production coordinator: France)
  10. Andrea, Neil (underwater dive utility)
  11. Apey, Cua-Cua (marine crew)
  12. Arnesen, Olivier (production coordinator)
  13. Baker-Smith, Jules (second assistant: Mr. Turteltaub, UK)
  14. Baldwin, Fiona (production secretary)
  15. Barker, Guy (I) (production accountant)
  16. Barnard, Tristan (location assistant)
  17. Bates, Holly (assistant accountant)
  18. Baugh, Timothy (production assistant)
  19. Bendetti, Vanessa (researcher)
  20. Bennett, Danielle (I) (daily runner: second unit, UK)
  21. Benoit, Aaron (editor: on set vfx)
  22. Bente, Alex (production assistant) (uncredited)
  23. Blackmore, Sam (set production assistant: dailies)
  24. Bodell, Ian (stand-in)
  25. Booth, Russell Dewulff (floor runner: dailies, UK)
  26. Bottitta, Ron (I) (ADR voice)
  27. Bouillon-Pommerolle, Françoise (production accountant: France)
  28. Boulé, Kristen (set production assistant)
  29. Bradley, Matthew (III) (production assistant)
  30. Breines, Michael (production assistant)
  31. Brewer, Bob (II) (consultant)
  32. Brooks, Jennifer L. (second assistant production accountant)
  33. Brown, Cathleen (script clearance administrator)
  34. Browne, Tracy (I) (second assistant accountant)
  35. Burdeshaw, Jonathan (sculptor)
  36. Burgess, Chris (I) (location assistant)
  37. Butterfield, John (II) (stand-in) (uncredited)
  38. Byrne, Jennifer M. (post production accountant) (uncredited)
  39. Béségher, Julien (assistant production accountant: France)
  40. Cable, Robert (I) (first assistant production accountant)
  41. Caffrey, Karl (production secretary)
  42. Calevro, Kami (second assistant accountant)
  43. Callas, Erica (assistant: Barry Waldman)
  44. Camins, Dan (assistant: Jerry Bruckheimer)
  45. Campbell-Bell, David (assistant location manager: second unit UK) (uncredited)
  46. Campbell-Bell, Rob (location runner: second unit UK) (uncredited)
  47. Cardona, Hélène (adr voice)
  48. Carroll, Glen (II) (set production assistant: dailies)
  49. Cassels, Simon (title designer)
  50. Cefalu, John (location manager)
  51. Chadwick, Patrick (production runner)
  52. Chais, Jay (assistant: Charles Segars) (uncredited)
  53. Charles, Miambanzila (unit facilities)
  54. Charter, Jordan (production assistant)
  55. Clemente, Robert Parker (production assistant)
  56. Clemons, Nancy (photo double)
  57. Clemons, Nancy (stand-in)
  58. Cornett, Deborah A. (payroll accountant)
  59. Crane, Damon (location marshall)
  60. Cranstoun, Chris (location assistant: uk)
  61. Dalmahoy, Andrew (assistant location manager: UK)
  62. Dance, Oliver (location assistant: UK) (uncredited)
  63. Darby, Bill (supervising location manager: UK)
  64. Darby, Teresa (location manager: UK)
  65. Davies, Paul (XV) (stand-in: Michael Maize)
  66. Davison, Michael (I) (assistant: Nicolas Cage)
  67. Dawson, Robert (I) (title designer)
  68. DeCourcey, Stephanie (I) (assistant: Jerry Bruckheimer)
  69. DeLuca, Daniel Michael (production assistant)
  70. Demarti, Carol (head dyer and ager)
  71. Den Haan, Luke (accounting assistant)
  72. Dera, Sherry L. (production assistant)
  73. Dorkin, Cody (adr voice)
  74. Ennis, Sam (I) (key craft service)
  75. Ericson, Caprice (marine office coordinator)
  76. Evangelou, Angelo (location assistant)
  77. Fabian, Blake (production assistant)
  78. Farah Jr., Louis (location medic)
  79. Farkas, Evelyn S. (set medic)
  80. Feaser, Todd (location assistant)
  81. Fiks, Robert L. (location assistant)
  82. Fiks, Robert L. (production assistant)
  83. Fitzgerald, Scott (VI) (key assistant location manager)
  84. Flaisher, Carol (location manager)
  85. Fleury, Emmanuel (set production assistant) (uncredited)
  86. Flower, Duncan (location manager: UK second unit)
  87. Foglia, Robb (I) (script supervisor: second unit)
  88. Francis, Lee (II) (work experience)
  89. Gabroy, Gregory Allen (stand-in)
  90. Garwood, Kya (stand-in: Diane Kruger)
  91. Geair, Christopher (assistant location manager)
  92. Getler, Warren (consultant)
  93. Glymph, Christian (production assistant) (uncredited)
  94. Gordon, Tania (base runner)
  95. Gourmelen, Fabien (production assistant)
  96. Grillo, Jesse (location aide)
  97. Groeger, Fionn (production runner)
  98. Grogan, M.J. (production assistant)
  99. Groothuis, Andrew (assistant: Harvey Keitel)
  100. Hagenmeyer, Lisa (assistant location manager)
  101. Hamboulides, Marios (assistant location manager)
  102. Hamilton, Brandon (V) (production assistant)
  103. Hannum, Julie (location manager: additional photography)
  104. Hanson, Zeke (production assistant)
  105. Hanson, Zeke (production assistant) (uncredited)
  106. Hayes, Charlie (III) (locations runner)
  107. Heathcote, Lisa (food stylist)
  108. Helman, Darren (location support) (uncredited)
  109. Herman, Emily (I) (assistant: Chad Oman)
  110. Herman, Jack E. (extras set coordinator) (2nd unit) (uncredited)
  111. Hill, Richard (XII) (location marshall)
  112. Hodge, Neil (head chef: second unit)
  113. Holland, Patrick (I) (character voices)
  114. Horton, Patrick A. (stand-in: Jon Voight)
  115. Hosking, Nicholas (adr voice group)
  116. Hudson, Lindsay (medic)
  117. Humphries, Harry (I) (technical advisor)
  118. Irons, Christine (producer asst: Washington D.C.)
  119. Jack, Heather (assistant: Melissa Reid)
  120. Jacobson, Michael E. (production assistant)
  121. Jeffrey, Kris A. (water safety)
  122. Jeffries, Nick (I) (armorer)
  123. Jordan, Charlie (VI) (production assistant)
  124. Kaiser, Arnaud (assistant location manager)
  125. Kehoe, Jamie (I) (craft service)
  126. Klotz, Richard (location scout)
  127. Latenser V, John (location manager)
  128. Latham, Michelle (I) (location manager)
  129. Leaderman, Daniel (production assistant)
  130. Leener, David B. (product placement)
  131. Lewis, Gareth (III) (set assistant: second unit, uk) (uncredited)
  132. Lewis, Heidi (I) (second assistant accountant)
  133. Lewis, Laura (IV) (production secretary)
  134. Lilley, Rachel (production runner)
  135. Lobban, Jennifer (second assistant accountant)
  136. Lubinsky, Kathy (script supervisor) (additional script supervisor)
  137. Lupacchini, Christina (production assistant)
  138. Lyons, Paul (V) (assistant: Mike Stenson)
  139. Malloch, Joseph (production assistant) (uncredited)
  140. Malone, Daniel F. (marine coordinator)
  141. Mamruth, Gabriel (payroll accountant: France)
  142. Mapel, Stephen (location manager)
  143. Matlock, Dylan (set production assistant: Washington D.C.)
  144. McCarthy, Geoffrey (production assistant)
  145. McComb, Dave (first assist accountant)
  146. McCullough, Jill (I) (dialect coach)
  147. McGrady, James (floor runner)
  148. McKaig, Sarah (assistant production coordinator)
  149. Meade, John P. (location scout: New Mexico)
  150. Mitchell, Damian (armorer)
  151. Mitchell-Clyde, James (water safety) (as James Mitchell Clyde)
  152. Moore, Chris (XII) (assistant location manager: UK)
  153. Moore, Natalie (I) (assistant accountant)
  154. Morphew, Steve (stand-in: Justin Bartha)
  155. Muelhaupt, Brian (production assistant)
  156. Nelson, Shawn (I) (dialect coach)
  157. Neville, Simon (set armorer)
  158. Noble, Heather (I) (assistant production coordinator)
  159. Noonan, Matthew Dillon (assistant location manager)
  160. O'Mahony, Shelly (assistant: Mr. Waldman, UK)
  161. Oh, Jae-sung (set production assistant: UK)
  162. Patel-Webb, Disha (dispatcher) (as Disha Patel)
  163. Perkins, Quincy (location assistant)
  164. Perrotta, Scooter (set production assistant: Los Angeles)
  165. Pierson, Aimee (production assistant)
  166. Powell, Bryant (stand-in)
  167. Prosansky, Neal (assistant location manager)
  168. Pruitt, Katie (key on-set production assistant)
  169. Purwin, Alan D. (aerial coordinator)
  170. Pyle, Angela (production coordinator)
  171. Quigley, Jeff (II) (assistant: Jerry Bruckheimer)
  172. Regina, Michael J. (production assistant)
  173. Reich, Jonathan (key assistant location manager: Washington, DC)
  174. Reyes, Merchicedek (production assistant)
  175. Rich, Brieann (rescue diver)
  176. Rich, Michael (XI) (rescue diver)
  177. Rich, Nicholas (rescue diver)
  178. Robbins, Will (I) (computer/ video supervisor)
  179. Rose, Jennessa (voices)
  180. Rosen, Jared (supervising 24 frame video/computer engineer)
  181. Roskovich, Peter (craft service)
  182. Ross, Bruce A. (assistant marine coordinator)
  183. Rotherham, Kent (assistant: Jerry Bruckheimer)
  184. Samuelson, Will (helicopter pilot) (as William Samuelson)
  185. Samuelson, Will (helicopter pilot: aerial unit)
  186. Schifman, Micah (assistant: Diane Kruger)
  187. Schuler, Corey (production assistant)
  188. Schuler, Richard (I) (supervising location manager) (as Rick Schuler)
  189. Scott, Christopher (III) (additional set production assistant: Washington D.C.)
  190. Servant, Vincent (production secretary: France)
  191. Shakesheff, Donna (set assistant: dailies second unit, uk) (uncredited)
  192. Shotz, Dan (development executive)
  193. Simpson, David (XX) (location marshall)
  194. Simpson, David (XXVIII) (location marshall)
  195. Singer, Michael (I) (unit publicist)
  196. Smith, Callum Heckstall (floor runner)
  197. Smith, Phil (IV) (animal trainer)
  198. Smith, Susan Lee (assistant: Mr. Elliott & Mr. Rossio)
  199. Smithers, Gemma (assistant accountant)
  200. Snodgrass, Bryan (key set production assistant)
  201. Spanton, Toby (additional floor runner)
  202. Spearing, Sarah (assistant production coordinator)
  203. Spearing, Sarah (production coordinator: Second unit)
  204. Spiegelman, David (assistant: Jon Turteltaub)
  205. Stephens, Andy (IV) (aerial operations manager)
  206. Taylor, Megan (III) (office production assistant)
  207. Teeuw, Adam (unit coordinator)
  208. Templeton, Cay (production assistant)
  209. Tomasi, Mic (stand-in)
  210. Topham, Craig (location assistant: UK) (uncredited)
  211. Tsou, Elona (production coordinator)
  212. Turner, Helen (I) (location coordinator: UK)
  213. Udall, Nathan (production assistant)
  214. Van Beuge, Hans (security: Nicolas Cage)
  215. Vassar, Amy (assistant: Chad Oman)
  216. Veysey, Oliver (assistant: Mr. Oman, UK)
  217. Wagner, Troy (I) (production assistant)
  218. Wakefield, Xavier (location scout: UK)
  219. Waterson, Trenton (production secretary)
  220. Webb, Jennifer (I) (travel coordinator)
  221. Weiss, Jill (I) (executive assistant: Jerry Bruckheimer)
  222. Whitman, Margaret (assistant: actress)
  223. Whitmore, Tony (II) (medic: construction/rigging)
  224. Winn, Chris (I) (craft service)
  225. Worley, Kirk (key assistant location manager)
  226. Yamamoto, Steve (I) (pre-visualization artist)

Quotes of National Treasure: Book of Secrets

[from trailer]
Riley Poole: So let's recap: We've broken into Buckingham Palace, and the Oval Office, stolen a page from the President's super-secret book, and actually kidnapped the President of the United States. What are we gonna do next, short-sheet the Pope's bed?
Ben Gates: Well, you never know.

[from trailer]
Ben Gates: The past is filled with incredible mysteries. The clues to solving them are all around, hidden in plain sight. But this story begins with the most famous assassination in history. Abraham Lincoln's killer, John Wilkes Booth, kept a diary. A diary that was found the night Booth was killed, with 18 pages missing. Concealed in those pages is the key to something much, much bigger. A conspiracy that crosses the globe, and a discovery that the world isn't ready to believe.

[from trailer]
Riley Poole: [seeing several police pulling up to the building] Oh look. My tax dollars at work, coming to arrest me.

[from trailer]
Patrick Gates: What is it about treasure that makes history so fascinating?

[from trailer]
Sadusky: There is a book and it has the information you need. The President's Book of Secrets. A collection of documents for President's eyes only. The truth behind the JFK conspiracy. The missing minutes from the Watergate tapes. And of course, Area 51.
Ben Gates: It contains all of our nation's secrets. I need to see that book.
Sadusky: The only way you'll ever see that book is if you get elected President.

[from trailer]
Ben Gates: I'm gonna kidnap him. I'm gonna kidnap the President of the United States.
Riley Poole: Wouldn't it just have been easier to make an appointment?

[from trailer]
Mitch Wilkinson: A man has only one life time. But history can remember you forever.

[from trailer]
Ben Gates: This book can prove my grandfather's innocence.

[from trailer]
Ben Gates: What's the final clue?

[from trailer]
Riley Poole: [looking at the helicopter over head] Is that for us? [spotlight trains on them] Oh, hello!

[from trailer]
Ben Gates: [underground in the Hall of Records in Mt. Rushmore] Riley, what do you see?
Riley Poole: [balancing on the giant over turned engraved slab, looking down at an open grave] Death and despair! Mostly death. Uh, I mean a little despair, the last few seconds. But then a hard, sudden death.

Control Room Guard: The fire alarm's gone off.
Riley Poole: Uh-oh. God save the Queen.

[from trailer]
Emily Appleton: All this doesn't involve another treasure hunt, does it?
Ben Gates: Oh, no...

[from trailer]
Emily Appleton: And so it begins, another Gates family quest.

[from trailer]
Emily Appleton: You're a treasure hunter, aren't you?
Mitch Wilkinson: I'm just a man, trying to make his mark on history.

[from trailer]
FBI Agent Hendricks: Treasure hunter Ben Gates is on the news again.
Sadusky: What did he find now, Atlantis?

[from trailer]
By-Stander at Ford Theater: President Lincoln's been shot! [as John Wilkes Booth is running away]

[from trailer]
Patrick Gates: My first felony.
Ben Gates: Take it from the best. You're a natural.

[from trailer]
Abigail Chase: Look!
Ben Gates: It's a cipher...
Riley Poole: Clever!

[from trailer]
Riley Poole: The last time I checked, we make our living off crazy.

[from trailer]
Ben Gates: [about the book he is reading] This doesn't make any sense.
Riley Poole: [beat] As if these clues ever do.

[from trailer]
Ben Gates: I need your help.
Riley Poole: Does it involve treasure?

Emily Appleton: [as Ben is reaching into a rock] This could be a horrible trap. [to Patrick] Tell him it could be a horrible trap.
Patrick Gates: It could be a horrible trap.
Ben Gates: [Ben begins screaming in pain, everyone else recoils] Sorry couldn't resist.

[from trailer]
US President: The book exists, but you are now number one on the NSA, the CIA, and the FBI's most wanted list.

[from trailer]
Riley Poole: We have thirty seconds to disable the alarm.
Ben Gates: Go.
[Ben and Riley break into a house and Riley disables the alarm]
Ben Gates: You did that in twenty-five seconds.
Riley Poole: That's why I tell people to get a dog.

Angry College Girl: [storming out of office] I *hate* her!
Patrick Gates: This is the right place.

Riley Poole: [to Ben] Do you know what the taxes are on 5 million dollars? 6 million dollars.

Sadusky: [to Ben] Your friend writes a book about government conspiricies and you think we don't know about it?

Patrick Gates: The Statue of Liberty! But which one?
Riley Poole: Exactly. Wait is there more than one?

Riley Poole: Did no one read my book?

Riley Poole: [Riley and Ben are standing by Abigail and her date] Awkward!

Ben Gates: Well, would you look at that.
Riley Poole: Oh yeah, it spells "smudge"!

Mitch Wilkinson: Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you, one of the missing pages of the diary of John Wilkes Booth.

Mitch Wilkinson: Your great-great granddaddy planned the assassination of President Lincoln.
Patrick Gates: It can't be.

Ben Gates: We cannot have him remembered as a conspirator in the assassination of the man that brought this nation together.

Ben Gates: All I need is a few minutes with the President.
Abigail Chase: The Secret Service is never gonna leave you alone with the President.
Ben Gates: Well, you never know.

Ben Gates: Sorry, Mr. President. I need to ask you a question.
Agent Hammer: Code 1! Code 1!

Ben Gates: [to the President] This symbol designates the secret tunnel that will lead us to the greatest treasure of all time.

US President: Even if something like that really did exist, why do you think I would actually just give it to you?
Ben Gates: Because it will probably lead us to the discovery of the greatest Native-American treasure of all time; a huge piece of culture lost. You can give that history back to its descendants. And because you're the President of the United States, sir. Whether by innate character or the oath you took to defend the Constitution or the weight of history that falls upon you, I believe you to be an honorable man, sir.
US President: Gates, people don't believe that stuff anymore.
Ben Gates: They want to believe it.

Patrick Gates: [talking to Ben about Wilkinson] You've got to find where that leads before they do!

Ben Gates: [as he's taking off his diving suit to reveal his tuxedo] Maybe one day I'll wear this to a party I'm actually invited to.

Riley Poole: It's a little, golden man.

Ben Gates: [in the service elevator, Ben is holding a bouquet of flowers] You're wearing the perfume I got you.
Abigail Chase: So?
Ben Gates: So I think it smells kind of pretty.
Abigail Chase: It's the flowers, Ben.
Ben Gates: [batting his eyelashes] No it's not.

Palace Guard Haggis: Sir, please dismount the banister.

Abigail Chase: Okay, I've been doing the math here, and...
Ben Gates: I know. One of us is going to have to stay behind.
Riley Poole: I've been doing the math too... just promise you'll come back for me.
[in a high pitched voice]
Riley Poole: Riley! No Riley! We won't leave you behind!
[back to his normal voice]
Riley Poole: No, I'm just kidding. Just go.

Riley Poole: [while trying to convince them of a conspiracy theory] Ben, if it were you trying to convince me, you'd have less evidence and I'd already believe you by now.

Riley Poole: [running to the left front door of a car] I'll drive.
Ben Gates: We're in England.

Ben Gates: [about to break into Buckingham Palace, unbeknownst to Abigail] I appreciate you trying to help, but it's kind of a bad time right now.
Abigail Chase: A bad time?
Ben Gates: It's a bad time.
Abigail Chase: I just flew all the way to England to help you, and...
Ben Gates: You're the one making a scene here.
Abigail Chase: I'm not making a scene!
Riley Poole: [over the mike] Wait, Ben, we *want* to make a scene...
Ben Gates: [screams at the top of his lungs] Well, fine! If that's how you want it, let's have it out right now!
Riley Poole: Ah, so subtle.

Ben Gates: [in security lock-up in Buckingham Palace] So when did you realize it was a fake argument?
Abigail Chase: When did you realize that I was actually arguing during the fake argument?
Ben Gates: Right in the middle there, at the part where I'm always wrong. Which I don't understand, because when I assume I'm right, and it turns out my assumption is correct, how is that wrong?
Abigail Chase: When you make a decision without asking me, and you *happen* to be right, you got lucky.
Ben Gates: [long pause] Well, I get lucky a lot.

Patrick Gates: [speaking to Abigail while gesturing at Emily] She fell in love with me on a treasure hunt!
Emily Appleton: That was not love - that was excitement, adrenaline, and tequila! Besides, I needed the course credit.

[last lines]
Riley Poole: [Riley gets his red Ferrari, now tax free, back] I love this car. [starts it up and then accidentally backs into something]

US President: [Ben, Riley, Abigail and company have discovered the City of Gold] All of you will get credit for this discovery.
Ben Gates: Thank you.
Abigail Chase: Thank you.
Riley Poole: [nervously] Heh...

US President: Did you get the chance to look at page 47?
Ben Gates: Yes, sir.
US President: And?
Ben Gates: I think I can help you with that, sir.
US President: So it's good?
Ben Gates: Life-altering, sir.
[Ben and the President walk of together]
Riley Poole: Page 47? Wait, are you talking about the book?
US President: Book? What book?

Abigail Chase: So, the tea tables?
Ben Gates: Yes, I was going to have the movers bring them to you next week.
Abigail Chase: Actually, I was going to say you could keep them. And maybe you could come and move back in with me?
Ben Gates: No, you used the word "so."
Abigail Chase: So?
Ben Gates: So when you say "so" it means you're angry.
Abigail Chase: Sometimes. And then sometimes it doesn't. It's sort of like a puzzle. And you're so good at puzzles I'm sure you'll figure it out. So.

Abigail Chase: Just because you may know what my answer is going to be, doesn't mean you don't have to ask me.

Riley Poole: Mitch, we gotta be on the other side of that door!
Mitch Wilkinson: Nobody leaves unless I say so! That doors not going to stay open by itself. We both know what has to happen here Ben.
Ben Gates: One of us keeps the door open, and stays behind.
Riley Poole: I vote Mitch!
Mitch Wilkinson: This isn't a democracy.
[Mitch punches Ben and Riley in the face then holds a knife to Abigails' throat]
Ben Gates: Wait! Stop! I'll stay!

Ben Gates: Someone else is after the treasure.
Riley Poole: Of course someone else is after the treasure. It's the axiom of treasure hunting.

Ben Gates: Riley, how fast can we get to Buckingham Palace?
Riley Poole: [sarcastically] I don't know, why don't you ask your new best friend.

Ben Gates: [about the clues] Calm down. I sent a picture of the plank to your cell phone.
Patrick Gates: [surprised] You can do that?

Patrick Gates: [after being told the clues] The resolute desk. *The* resolute desk? The President's desk?
Riley Poole: [nervously] The President? Which President? Our President?
Abigail Chase: [sighing] Unfortunately, yes.
Riley Poole: [still nervous] But that means, so we have to... the White House?
Ben Gates: The Oval Office, to be exact.
Patrick Gates: [beat] Why would I overreact to that?

Riley Poole: [while disarming the security systems] Now I know I'll probably regret asking this, but what happened with you and Abigail?
Ben Gates: I don't know, you know? I don't know. She started using the word "so" alot.
Riley Poole: So?
Ben Gates: [continues] Yeah, like "so, I guess my opinion doesn't matter", "so, you seem to always know what's best", "SO, I guess I'm invisible" and now I've moved out, and we're dividing the furniture.
Riley Poole: [finishes the deactivation] Women. Can't live with 'em, especially if they change the alarm codes.

Riley Poole: [over hearing Ben and Abigail's argument] You guys are so great together.

Ben Gates: Where's the phone?
Patrick Gates: I don't know son. I can't find anything in this mess.
Ben Gates: It's only temporary 'til I can find a new place.
Patrick Gates: Find the old one. I like her!

Ben Gates: Before the Civil War, the states were all separate. People used to say "United States are." Wasn't until the war ended, people started saying "The United States is." Under Lincoln, we became one nation.
Patrick Gates: And Lincoln paid for it with his life.
Ben Gates: So did Thomas Gates.
Patrick Gates: Right.
Ben Gates: With his life.

[after Ben and Abigail stage a disturbance in Buckingham Palace]
Riley Poole: That... was brilliant.

Ben Gates: [reading President's Secret Book] Here's the final entry by President Coolidge. "1924 - I found a plank in secret desk compartment. Plank photographed and then destroyed. Borglum commissioned to destroy landmarks in sacred Black Hills mountains."
Abigail Chase: Borglum... Mount Rushmore?
Ben Gates: He carved Mount Rushmore, to erase the map's landmarks, in order to protect the City of Gold.
Riley Poole: [muttering] Mount Rushmore was a cover-up.

Riley Poole: So, what's new with you?
Ben Gates: Well, my girlfriend kicked me out, I'm living with my dad, and my family killed President Lincoln.
Riley Poole: All right.

Riley Poole: The president's a tattle-tale!

[first lines]
Barkeep: He's in the other room.

Abigail Chase: It's him.
Riley Poole: You have his number on speed dial?
Abigail Chase: Oh, shut...

Abigail Chase: [scoffs] Ah, come on, Riley. That's, that's urban legends.
Riley Poole: Is it Abigail? Is it? [raises eyebrows]
Abigail Chase: It's just totally...
Riley Poole: Crazy?
Abigail Chase: Yeah!
Riley Poole: Hmmm, 'Cause the last time I checked, we pretty much make our living on "crazy."
Ben Gates: [reading the book] He's got a point.

Ben Gates: [thoughtful, looks at his hand] Surrender your hand to the heart of the warrior... [prepares to stick his hand in]
Emily Appleton: Wait Ben, this could be a horrible trap. [to Patrick] Tell him this could be a horrible trap.
Patrick Gates: This could be a horrible trap.
Ben Gates: [sticks his hand in slowly and then screams. Starts laughing] I'm- I am sorry. I couldn't resist. [Abigail pushes him]

Ben Gates: The hummingbird was good.

Palace Guard Sholder: Sir. You and your missus, take it outside.
Ben Gates: Now look what you've done. You've brought the little bobbies down on us! You take the missus outside. I'm staying right here.
[rides down the banister like a kid and stopped by another guard]
Palace Guard Haggis: Good afternoon, sir.
Ben Gates: [in British accent] 'Ello.
Palace Guard Haggis: Been drinking, have we?
Ben Gates: Just a nip. Popped down to the pub for a pint. Bit of all right. Going to arrest a man for that? Going to detain a blighter for enjoying his whiskey?
Palace Guard Haggis: That's enough, sir.
Ben Gates: Bangers and mash. Bubbles and squeak. Smoked eel pie.
Palace Guard Haggis: Sir.
Ben Gates: Haggis!
Palace Guard Haggis: That's it. Dismount the banister.
Ben Gates: [shouting, singing] /I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts! / Here they are, standing in a row! / Small ones, big ones, some as big as your head! /
Riley Poole: That was brilliant.

Riley Poole: Look at it this way - in a hundred years, no one is gonna remember anyone involved in the Lincoln assassination besides Booth.
Ben Gates: That's not true. Do you know the expression "His name is mud?"
Riley Poole: Yes, of course.
Ben Gates: You do? Do you know the origin of the expression?
Riley Poole: Does anyone but you?
Ben Gates: Dr. Samuel Mudd was convicted of being a co-conspirator in the Lincoln assassination. The evidence was circumstantial, he was later pardoned, but it didn't matter. Mudd's name still lives in infamy, and I will not let Thomas Gates' name be mud.

Ben Gates: [after an argument with Lincoln Conspiracy Kid] What is going on with the education in America?

Emily Appleton: But Ben, it could contain something dangerous!
Ben Gates: [puts hand between rocks] Aaahhh!... I'm sorry, I couldn't resist.

Trivia of National Treasure: Book of Secrets

- Because of her role in _The Queen (2006)_ (qv), 'Helen Mirren' (qv) was invited to meet 'Queen Elizabeth II' (qv), but couldn't make the meeting because she was in South Dakota filming this movie.

- Director of photography 'Amir Mokri' (qv) was replaced by 'John Schwartzman (I)' (qv) several weeks into shooting. This was reportedly due to "creative differences" between Mokri and director 'Jon Turteltaub' (qv).

- The name on a realty sign in the background of one of the scenes is Segars' Realty. A reference to one of the film's executive producers 'Charles Segars' (qv).

- Release prints were delivered to theaters with the fake title 'Cinnamon'.

- 'Randy Travis (I)' (qv) shot his cameo in one day at 1 A.M.

- For the theatrical release, the film was called "National Treasure: Book of Secrets," but for the DVD release, the title was changed to "National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets."

- In the Booth diary the remaining part of the page after the words Thomas Gates Artifex (artifex: Latin) adj., skilled, masterful) is the word Aenigmatum, or enigma. The Latin word and Greek word brought together mean one who is skilled in puzzles.

- As stated in the commentary, experts were brought in to match the handwriting of 'Abraham Lincoln (I)' (qv), 'Queen Victoria' (qv) and 'Calvin Coolidge' (qv).

- SPOILER: The script originally called for Mitch Wilkinson to stab Patrick Gates in the scene where they escape from the flooding gold city. This was taken out in post because it made the character "cross a line" that the director felt ought not be crossed. This is why there are almost no shots of Patrick Gates remaining in this scene: he was bleeding, and that's hard to hide. His sweater in the next scene had been ripped from the stabbing, and they were able to "unrip" his shirt with CG.

- SPOILER: The code seen in Booth's Diary is an actual text encoded with Playfair method using the keyword DEATH. The complete text says: "La Boulaye lady will lead to Cibola temples of gold".

- The area of the Library of Congress that Gates finds the Book of Secrets in does not exist as an area of book shelves. These book shelves were constructed as a prop library in a previously empty balcony of the Library's Main Reading Room and dismantled after the scenes were shot.

- The document briefly seen in Riley's book is an autopsy report for 'Marilyn Monroe' (qv).

- In the second scene with Agent Sadusky ('Harvey Keitel' (qv)) and his two agents, Agent Sadusky can be seen wearing crossed US and Marine Corps flags on his lapel. Keitel is a former marine.

- The night before the scenes at the University of Maryland were to be filmed a half inch of snow fell. The crew then had to use fire hoses to hose down the entire McKeldin Mall and nearby locations to melt the snow for continuity in the movie.

- When showing the map of the grounds to the President, Ben tells him it belonged to a slave of Washington's named Charlotte. This is the same name as in the clue to the Templar treasure that Charles Carroll gave to Gates' ancestor (and which turned out to be the name of a ship). Presumably Mt. Vernon was one of many dead ends which Ben pursued in his search for Charlotte and the Templar treasure prior to the events of the first movie, which would explain why he knew about the hidden compartment and how it worked, or it might just be a sly reference to the first _National Treasure (2004)_ (qv).

- It should come as little surprise that Patrick Gates would be associated with the Confederacy. In the original _National Treasure (2004)_ (qv), Patrick Gates displayed in his library a portrait of CSA General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson.

- 'Jon Voight' (qv)'s character notes that President 'Franklin D. Roosevelt' (qv) installed a wooden panel over the front of the Resolute Desk, in order to conceal his wheelchair. Voight played Roosevelt in _Pearl Harbor (2001)_ (qv), also produced by 'Jerry Bruckheimer' (qv).

- The miniature bottle of whiskey Ben Gates uses to splash his face to fool the Buckingham Palace security is a single malt from the Isle of Jura distillery.

- The guy who gets his car stolen by Ed Harris in London is the same guy who got his car stolen by Sean Connery in The Rock, another of Jerry Bruckheimer's movies.