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Who starred as Indiana Jones?
Who directed the movies?
Who co-wrote the scripts and was also executive producer?
What composer wrote the soundtrack to the movies?
Besides a gun, what weapon does Indy often carry?
What style of hat does Indy wear?
Indiana Jones has ophiophobia, which means he is afraid of ...
In what country does "Raiders of the Lost Ark" begin?
What is the ark in "Raiders of the Lost Ark"?
The Ark of the Covenant
Where is the ark located?
Well of Souls
Who will supposedly be studying the ark, now that it is safe?
Top Men
Who is Indy's sidekick in "Temple of Doom"
In what city does "Temple of Doom" start?
In what country does most of "Temple of Doom" take place?
Who stars as Indy's father?
What is Indy's real first name?
What fellow archaeologist is director of the National Museum?
What is the name of the third and final movie?
Indiana Jones and the
Last Crusade
What artifact is Indy searching for in that movie?
In that movie, Indy and his father fly from Berlin to Athens.
What type of vehicle do they fly in?
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level 70
Jun 23, 2017
+1 to "third and final"!
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level 72
Jun 23, 2017
I came down here to make the same comment.
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level 73
Jun 23, 2017
I disagree, I don't find that funny. There are four movies, like it or not. 1/5 because of that.
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level 63
Jun 23, 2017
Should at least include 3 questions of the movie. We can't just act like it never existed.
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level 66
Jun 25, 2017
Ditto. I get the joke, ha ha funny, but it shouldn't have made it to a points-giving featured quiz with that in there.
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level 78
Jun 29, 2017
It's best that we all just hand-wave it away. I'm hoping that the fifth installment goes out of its way to make clear that Crystal Skull never happened and was just a bad dream.
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level 44
Dec 2, 2017
can you accept Shorty for Short Round??
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level 34
Dec 2, 2017
or "little Chinese kid"?
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level 66
Jun 23, 2017
Top. Men.
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level 66
Dec 2, 2017
TOP... men....
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level 44
Dec 2, 2017
same place James Woods is being kept
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level 72
Jun 23, 2017
I can understand hating #4 - but that's not really an excuse for reacting like a petulant teenager...
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level 77
Jun 24, 2017
Agreed. Call it the last part of the trilogy or something. Because the Crystal Skull is still a movie.
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level 78
Jun 29, 2017
Debatable.
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level 72
Dec 2, 2017
Debatable how?
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level 58
Jun 24, 2017
Nuke the fridge.
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level 59
Jun 24, 2017
Please accept 'The Bond' for Indy's father. ok, just kidding.
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level 56
Jul 3, 2017
The Last Crusade wasn't the final movie..
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level 71
Dec 2, 2017
Anyone who believes that the 4th Indiana Jones film was somehow worse than the 2nd cannot separate reality from nostalgia. All the Indy films contained silly bits. Nothing more believable about pulling a man's heart out of his chest than surviving an explosion inside a refrigerator. There were in fact people who survived Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Nobody in history has had his face melted off by kosher ghost monsters. The writing/acting/tone was perfectly in line with the other Indy films. Transporting the film's narrative from the 1930s to the 1950s made sense given how much Harrison had aged. It made sense for him to be fighting Soviets in the 1950s (there were no Nazis in 1957). It made sense for the Soviets to be pursuing crystal skulls (look up the crystal skull thing, it was a hoax but it happened) Nazis were obsessed with occult crap, not Soviets. Ancient aliens and UFOs fits perfectly with the shift in setting to 1957.
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level 73
Dec 7, 2017
Yes, I actually liked the Crystal Skull. It's not plausible, but neither are the first three and who cares anyway? For me, it's totally the spirit of the series.
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level 50
Dec 8, 2017
I see your point, but I think most people feel there just wasn't any need for a 4th film. It came across as money grubbing - much the same as the new Star Wars trilogy. Flogging (or perhaps whipping:P) a dead horse.
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level 33
Dec 2, 2017
I knew most of them but I'm Finnish so I didn't know how to spell them in English
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level 44
Dec 2, 2017
where does it say they were heading for Athens in the zeppelin?? when asked by henry where did you get a ticket for indy replies "I don't know first flight out of Germany" athens is never referenced. also no matter where they were going they never arrived there as the Nazis discovered they were on board and had it turned round and they got in the plane attatched to the bottom of the zeppilen and crashed after henry accidently shot the tail fin
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level 45
Dec 2, 2017
Still going over that Athens bit. They never mention it
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level 55
Dec 2, 2017
The description of the quiz clearly states that it is about the "Indiana Jones Trilogy." A trilogy, by definition, has three movies (or books, or whatever). So if we're just talking about the trilogy, then #3 is indeed the last film in it, regardless of whether you acknowledge the existence of Crystal Skull. Now, is it reasonable to talk about an "Indiana Jones Trilogy" that is distinct from Crystal Skull (and any subsequent films)? I think it is. After all, we're clearly allowed to talk about an original Star Wars trilogy that is distinct from the prequel trilogy. The first three films were released from 1981-1989, and then Crystal Skull came a full 19 years later in 2008. For reference, there was only a 16-year gap between Return of the Jedi and Phantom Menace.
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level 71
Dec 3, 2017
fair point but I disagree. Crystal Skull expanded the Jones trilogy into a tetralogy. There no longer is a Jones trilogy. The 4th film was a direct continuation of the other 3 focusing on the same central character and stretching out the same narrative arc. I get the point about the break in time between the films coming out but the original and prequel trilogies of Star Wars were much more distinct from one another.
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level 55
Dec 3, 2017
Hmm . . . when I watched #4 I remember thinking that it felt more like a reboot than a continuation (for reasons I no longer precisely recall), but you're right that the fact that it stars the same character played by the same actor does tend to suggest the latter. In any case, I agree with your earlier point that if we're going to get into the business of disregarding Indiana Jones movies because they're not good enough, we probably need to toss out #2 as well.
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level 60
Dec 2, 2017
Adore all the movies, including the 4th one, but none of them compare to the game Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine, best thing of all time ever.
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level 60
Dec 2, 2017
Come on people... get with the program...it's "Krystal Skull" not "Crystal Skull"
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level 14
Dec 3, 2017
*Indy calls his dad* Hey dad, can you come help me out with something? *His dad* IM A LITTLE BUSY AT THE MOMENT! MY SUBMARINE'S BEING ATTACKED!!!!!
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