History Franchise / IndianaJones

20th Jul '16 5:35:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: Indy hides the truck carrying the Ark of the Covenant by disguising it as a Cairo fruit stand (''Raiders of the Lost Ark''). The Nazis, not to be fooled a second time, kidnap Brody by luring him into a truck that's disguised as a building (''The Last Crusade'').
5th Jul '16 5:22:53 PM TheBuddy26
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* ''Untitled Fifth Indiana Jones Film'' (2019)

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* ''Untitled Fifth fifth Indiana Jones Film'' film'' (2019)
10th Jun '16 10:49:12 AM Doug86
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''The Series/YoungIndianaJones Chronicles'' was a TV series produced by GeorgeLucas in the early 1990s. Initially taking the form of hour-long episodes, the show chronicled the adventures of Indy as a young man, principally at the ages of 10 (as played by Corey Carrier) and 16-up (as played by Sean Patrick Flanery). The Carrier episodes focus on Indy touring the globe alongside his parents as part of a world lecture tour given by his father, while the Flanery episodes primarily deal with Indy’s service in UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne (in just about every theater!). In each episode, Indy would meet some famous person from the early 20th century, and learn some sort of moral lesson (yes, [[GeorgeLucas Lucas]] very openly intended the series as edutainment). Notably, the show aired in a very AnachronicOrder, with Carrier's and Flanery's episodes often alternating. Each episode was also initially introduced by a 93-year old Indy with an {{eyepatch| of power}}. One episode however, had a bearded Creator/HarrisonFord introduce the adventure.

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''The Series/YoungIndianaJones Chronicles'' was a TV series produced by GeorgeLucas in the early 1990s. Initially taking the form of hour-long episodes, the show chronicled the adventures of Indy as a young man, principally at the ages of 10 (as played by Corey Carrier) and 16-up (as played by Sean Patrick Flanery). The Carrier episodes focus on Indy touring the globe alongside his parents as part of a world lecture tour given by his father, while the Flanery episodes primarily deal with Indy’s Indy's service in UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne UsefulNotes/WorldWarI (in just about every theater!). In each episode, Indy would meet some famous person from the early 20th century, and learn some sort of moral lesson (yes, [[GeorgeLucas Lucas]] very openly intended the series as edutainment). Notably, the show aired in a very AnachronicOrder, with Carrier's and Flanery's episodes often alternating. Each episode was also initially introduced by a 93-year old Indy with an {{eyepatch| of power}}. One episode however, had a bearded Creator/HarrisonFord introduce the adventure.



** In the TV series episode ''Palestine, October 1917'', that takes place in the Middle East during UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne, Indiana is helped in a mission by a young local agent that is very much like Sallah. He is not, however, as [[AllThereInTheScript revealed]] by being named Kazim in the credits.

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** In the TV series episode ''Palestine, October 1917'', that takes place in the Middle East during UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne, UsefulNotes/WorldWarI, Indiana is helped in a mission by a young local agent that is very much like Sallah. He is not, however, as [[AllThereInTheScript revealed]] by being named Kazim in the credits.
3rd May '16 7:58:26 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* NerdsAreSexy: When he is not killing Nazis or searching for magnificent items that always end up killing someone, he is a teacher of Archeology and encourages people not to follow the same "field work". If you get right down to it Indy is one of the worlds first heroic action nerds.

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* NerdsAreSexy: When he is not killing Nazis or searching for magnificent items that always end up killing someone, he is a teacher of Archeology and he's an archaeology professor who encourages people not to follow the same "field work". work." If you get right down to it Indy is one of the worlds world's first heroic action nerds.



** ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'' turns creepy during the [[https://youtu.be/APyz8Ye0IxE banquet of eels, snakes, beetles, eyeballs, and monkey brains]], and the [[https://youtu.be/6ESLKWt5w4w tunnel of bugs scene]] soon after. The horror increases a thousandfold during the HumanSacrifice ritual, in which the BigBad rips a man's heart out and plunges him into lava. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiE5mE0ZorA It has to be seen to be believed.]] Incidentally, ''Temple of Doom'' was one of the movies that inspired the creation of the PG-13 rating, since at the time, the [[UsefulNotes/MediaClassifications MPAA rating system]] went directly from PG to R without anything in between. Thus, in TheEighties, the PG rating covered a wider spectrum of "some material may not be suitable for children," ranging from a few cuss words in ''Film/Annie1982'' to...well...a guy getting his heart ripped out in ''Temple of Doom''. After the controversy surrounding movies like ''Temple of Doom'', ''Film/{{Gremlins}}'', and ''Film/{{Poltergeist}}'' (all of which got PG ratings despite violence and scares), Creator/StevenSpielberg himself took the initiative to propose an intermediate rating between PG and R, which would clarify more precisely just how mature a movie was in the hopes of defying the SurpriseCreepy trope with future movies.

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** ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'' turns creepy during the [[https://youtu.be/APyz8Ye0IxE banquet of eels, snakes, beetles, eyeballs, and monkey brains]], and the [[https://youtu.be/6ESLKWt5w4w tunnel of bugs scene]] soon after. The horror increases a thousandfold during the HumanSacrifice ritual, in which the BigBad rips a man's heart out and plunges him into lava. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiE5mE0ZorA It has to be seen to be believed.]] ]]
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Incidentally, ''Temple of Doom'' was one of the movies that inspired the creation of the PG-13 rating, since at the time, the [[UsefulNotes/MediaClassifications MPAA rating system]] went directly from PG to R without anything in between. Thus, in TheEighties, the PG rating covered a wider spectrum of "some material may not be suitable for children," ranging from a few cuss words in ''Film/Annie1982'' to...well...a guy getting his heart ripped out in ''Temple of Doom''. After the controversy surrounding movies like ''Temple of Doom'', ''Film/{{Gremlins}}'', and ''Film/{{Poltergeist}}'' (all of which got PG ratings despite violence and scares), Creator/StevenSpielberg himself took the initiative to propose an intermediate rating between PG and R, which would clarify more precisely just how mature a movie was in the hopes of defying the SurpriseCreepy trope with future movies.
2nd May '16 1:26:21 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: From ''The Raiders'', Indy who suffers serious ophidiphobia must face thousands of poisonous snakes who inhabited the Well of Souls. 'Hilariously' done in the ''Crystal Skull'', where Indy is forced to hang on to a "rope" (snake) to get out of a quicksand pit.

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* ReptilesAreAbhorrent: From ''The Raiders'', ReptilesAreAbhorrent[=/=]SnakesAreSinister: In ''Raiders'', Indy who suffers serious ophidiphobia ophidiophobia and must face thousands of poisonous snakes who inhabited the Well of Souls. 'Hilariously' done Played for laughs in the ''Crystal Skull'', where Indy is forced to hang on to a "rope" (snake) to get out of a quicksand pit.



** ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'' turns creepy during the [[https://youtu.be/APyz8Ye0IxE banquet of eels, snakes, beetles, eyeballs, and monkey brains]], and the [[https://youtu.be/6ESLKWt5w4w tunnel of bugs scene]] soon after. The horror increases a thousandfold during the HumanSacrifice ritual, in which the BigBad rips a man's heart out and plunges him into lava. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiE5mE0ZorA It has to be seen to be believed.]] Incidentally, ''Temple of Doom'' was one of the movies that inspired the creation of the PG-13 rating, since at the time, the [[UsefulNotes/MediaClassifications MPAA rating system]] went directly from PG to R without anything in between. Thus, in TheEighties, the PG rating covered a wider spectrum of "some material may not be suitable for children," ranging from a few cuss words in ''Film/Annie1982'' to...well...a guy getting his heart ripped out in ''Temple of Doom''. After the controversy surrounding movies like ''Temple of Doom'', ''Film/{{Gremlins}}'', and ''Film/{{Poltergeist}}'' (all of which got PG ratings), Creator/StevenSpielberg himself took the initiative to propose an intermediate rating between PG and R, which would clarify more precisely just how mature a movie was in the hopes of defying the SurpriseCreepy trope with future movies.

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** ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'' turns creepy during the [[https://youtu.be/APyz8Ye0IxE banquet of eels, snakes, beetles, eyeballs, and monkey brains]], and the [[https://youtu.be/6ESLKWt5w4w tunnel of bugs scene]] soon after. The horror increases a thousandfold during the HumanSacrifice ritual, in which the BigBad rips a man's heart out and plunges him into lava. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiE5mE0ZorA It has to be seen to be believed.]] Incidentally, ''Temple of Doom'' was one of the movies that inspired the creation of the PG-13 rating, since at the time, the [[UsefulNotes/MediaClassifications MPAA rating system]] went directly from PG to R without anything in between. Thus, in TheEighties, the PG rating covered a wider spectrum of "some material may not be suitable for children," ranging from a few cuss words in ''Film/Annie1982'' to...well...a guy getting his heart ripped out in ''Temple of Doom''. After the controversy surrounding movies like ''Temple of Doom'', ''Film/{{Gremlins}}'', and ''Film/{{Poltergeist}}'' (all of which got PG ratings), ratings despite violence and scares), Creator/StevenSpielberg himself took the initiative to propose an intermediate rating between PG and R, which would clarify more precisely just how mature a movie was in the hopes of defying the SurpriseCreepy trope with future movies.
2nd May '16 1:22:09 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* SurpriseCreepy: These are fun action-adventure movies for the most part, but it seems like nightmarish moment out of nowhere is required at least OncePerEpisode:

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* SurpriseCreepy: These are fun action-adventure movies for the most part, but it seems like a nightmarish moment out of nowhere is required at least OncePerEpisode:
2nd May '16 1:21:32 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* StockScream: All the films use the Wilhelm Scream at some point.

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* StockScream: All the films use the The Wilhelm Scream at some point.scream, OncePerEpisode.



* TempleOfDoom: OncePerEpisode.

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* TempleOfDoom: OncePerEpisode. ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'' is the TropeNamer.
2nd May '16 1:20:04 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* SurpriseCreepy: These are fun action-adventure movies for the most part, but it seems like every installment is required to have at least one nightmarish moment out of nowhere:

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* SurpriseCreepy: These are fun action-adventure movies for the most part, but it seems like every installment is required to have at least one nightmarish moment out of nowhere:nowhere is required at least OncePerEpisode:
2nd May '16 1:18:58 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'' turns creepy during the [[https://youtu.be/APyz8Ye0IxE banquet of eels, snakes, beetles, eyeballs, and monkey brains]], and the [[https://youtu.be/6ESLKWt5w4w tunnel of bugs scene]] soon after. The horror increases a thousandfold during the HumanSacrifice ritual, in which the BigBad rips a man's heart out and plunges him into lava. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiE5mE0ZorA It has to be seen to be believed.]] Incidentally, ''Temple of Doom'' was one of the movies that inspired the creation of the PG-13 rating, since at the time, the [[UsefulNotes/MovieClassifications MPAA rating system]] went directly from PG to R without anything in between. Thus, in TheEighties, the PG rating covered a wider spectrum of "some material may not be suitable for children," ranging from a few cuss words in ''Film/Annie1982'' to...well...a guy getting his heart ripped out in ''Temple of Doom''. After the controversy surrounding movies like ''Temple of Doom'', ''Film/{{Gremlins}}'', and ''Film/{{Poltergeist}}'' (all of which got PG ratings), Creator/StevenSpielberg himself took the initiative to propose an intermediate rating between PG and R, which would clarify more precisely just how mature a movie was in the hopes of defying the SurpriseCreepy trope with future movies.

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** ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'' turns creepy during the [[https://youtu.be/APyz8Ye0IxE banquet of eels, snakes, beetles, eyeballs, and monkey brains]], and the [[https://youtu.be/6ESLKWt5w4w tunnel of bugs scene]] soon after. The horror increases a thousandfold during the HumanSacrifice ritual, in which the BigBad rips a man's heart out and plunges him into lava. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiE5mE0ZorA It has to be seen to be believed.]] Incidentally, ''Temple of Doom'' was one of the movies that inspired the creation of the PG-13 rating, since at the time, the [[UsefulNotes/MovieClassifications [[UsefulNotes/MediaClassifications MPAA rating system]] went directly from PG to R without anything in between. Thus, in TheEighties, the PG rating covered a wider spectrum of "some material may not be suitable for children," ranging from a few cuss words in ''Film/Annie1982'' to...well...a guy getting his heart ripped out in ''Temple of Doom''. After the controversy surrounding movies like ''Temple of Doom'', ''Film/{{Gremlins}}'', and ''Film/{{Poltergeist}}'' (all of which got PG ratings), Creator/StevenSpielberg himself took the initiative to propose an intermediate rating between PG and R, which would clarify more precisely just how mature a movie was in the hopes of defying the SurpriseCreepy trope with future movies.
2nd May '16 1:18:23 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* SelfDisposingVillain: With some help from the MacGuffin, Mola Ram is the only BigBad who gets beaten by Indiana directly, the other three are HoistByTheirOwnPetard without Indy's intervention.

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* SelfDisposingVillain: With some help from the MacGuffin, Mola Ram is the only BigBad who gets beaten by Indiana directly, directly; the other three are HoistByTheirOwnPetard get [[HoistByTheirOwnPetard hoisted by their own petards]] without Indy's intervention.



** ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'' turns creepy during the [[https://youtu.be/APyz8Ye0IxE banquet of eels, snakes, beetles, eyeballs, and monkey brains]], and the [[https://youtu.be/6ESLKWt5w4w tunnel of bugs scene]] soon after. The horror increases a thousandfold during the HumanSacrifice ritual, in which the BigBad rips a man's heart out and plunges him into lava. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiE5mE0ZorA It has to be seen to be believed.]]

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** ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheTempleOfDoom'' turns creepy during the [[https://youtu.be/APyz8Ye0IxE banquet of eels, snakes, beetles, eyeballs, and monkey brains]], and the [[https://youtu.be/6ESLKWt5w4w tunnel of bugs scene]] soon after. The horror increases a thousandfold during the HumanSacrifice ritual, in which the BigBad rips a man's heart out and plunges him into lava. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiE5mE0ZorA It has to be seen to be believed.]]]] Incidentally, ''Temple of Doom'' was one of the movies that inspired the creation of the PG-13 rating, since at the time, the [[UsefulNotes/MovieClassifications MPAA rating system]] went directly from PG to R without anything in between. Thus, in TheEighties, the PG rating covered a wider spectrum of "some material may not be suitable for children," ranging from a few cuss words in ''Film/Annie1982'' to...well...a guy getting his heart ripped out in ''Temple of Doom''. After the controversy surrounding movies like ''Temple of Doom'', ''Film/{{Gremlins}}'', and ''Film/{{Poltergeist}}'' (all of which got PG ratings), Creator/StevenSpielberg himself took the initiative to propose an intermediate rating between PG and R, which would clarify more precisely just how mature a movie was in the hopes of defying the SurpriseCreepy trope with future movies.
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