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Generally, an eBook can be downloaded in five minutes or less Show More. Em Siswanto , journalist at Journalist. Ryne Durham. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. Adventure Still Has A Name Even the air here is sun-baked. Buzzards ride the thermals. Thunder on the horizon? The lizard scurries off.

The hot-rods loom large, engulfing us with noise and fury. INDY Damn kids. Having fun! You should take a lesson1 He claps Indy on the shoulder as they head toward the diner. YURI I love hamburgers!

I love French fries! I love Gogi Grant on the jukebox! You know what I love more than Gogi Grant? He raises a bottle of ketchup in to view. In my country, such things do not exist. Much as you want! He uncaps the ketchup, drowning his French fries.

Amused, the waitress glances to Indy. INDY Please. She freshens his cup and moves off. Yuri admires her figure. The beautiful lady who brings it all to me.

In Russia, the waitresses look like weight-lifters. Indy just shrugs. INDY He's The men smile and resume eating. YURI And you, my friend? What do you love? Indy thinks a moment. He pulls a handkerchief from the pocket to reveal delicate shards of Native American Pottery. INDY O. Anasazi Indian pottery. Classic Pueblo period, to AD He winds the film to the next frame, makes a careful notation in his notebook.

Yuri enters frame, putting on a tie and getting spruced up. YURI wry Words cannot describe my excitement. INDY Yeah, wiseguy? I see you go off somewhere every day and come back empty-handed. What are you trying to dig up? YURI Tonight? A little company. I hope. Indy glances up Perhaps a trip to town. The beautiful lady with the ketchup? That is, if you'll lend me your truck. Indy laughs, pulls his keys, tosses them. Yuri crouches down, becoming serious: 6.

YURI Indy. I thank you for sharing your encampment with me these past many weeks. INDY N'ezashto pozhalsta. This sounds like goodbye. YURI I've signed on to a big job overseas. Expedition foreman. I leave soon. You know how it is. Adventure calls. INDY Well, enjoy it for me. YURI It no longer calls to you? The thrill of the chase? INDY Nyet. Not me, pal. Back then, adventure had a name.

They share a wistful smile. Yuri caps Indy on the shoulder, rises and walks away The beauty and quiet here are surreal, the hills painted red by the setting sun.

He gets to the crest and gazes off at the endless desert. The r sun is an orange ball above the horizon. He's eating a sandwich, softly humming quot;Take The A-Train.


Indiana Jones and the Cult of the Lost Script

Our final lost Indy script involves The City of the Gods. His old Indiana Jones friends, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas, were on hand to speak at the event, marking the first time they'd all been in the same room together in many years. During the night, the idea was floated that they should do another Indiana Jones movie. Swept up in the moment, everyone said yes. Now they just had to come up with a script. As Lucas and Spielberg started working on ideas for another movie, Lucas refused to budge from an idea he had five years before — a s sci-fi B-movie tribute involving aliens and flying saucers.


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Recently his script for the fourth Indiana Jones movie surfaced on the Internet. Writer, producer and director Frank Darabont. Darabont finished his script toward the end of and presented it to Steven Spielberg. Spielberg, who thought up the story concept for the fourth film, loved the script.


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Frank Darabont , the script's writer. Indiana Jones and the City of the Gods was a script written during the development of the fourth Indiana Jones film before it was rejected and reworked into what became Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. The story opens in Nevada around , where a semi-retired Indiana Jones and his Russian emigre workmate Yuri Makovsky are working in a Zuni site. One night, Indiana lends his truck to Yuri to travel to a nearby village but he sees Yuri meeting with other men and heading for a different direction, so Indy decides to follow the convoy and discover their intentions.

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