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    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

    Theatrical release poster by Drew Struzan

    Directed by Steven Spielberg

    Screenplay by Willard Huyck Gloria Katz

    Story by George Lucas

    Produced by Robert Watts

    Starring Harrison Ford Kate Capshaw Amrish Puri Roshan Seth Philip Stone Ke Huy Quan

    Cinematography Douglas Slocombe

    Edited by Michael Kahn

    Music by John Williams

    Production company Lucasfilm Ltd.

    Distributed by Paramount Pictures

    Release dates

    May 8, 1984 (Westwood)

    May 23, 1984 (United States)

    Running time 118 minutes[1]

    Country United States

    Language English

    Budget $28.17 million[2]

    Box office $333.1 million

    is a 1984 American action-adventure film directed by Steven Spielberg. It is the second installment in the franchise and a prequel to the 1981 film featuring Harrison Ford reprising his role as the title character. After arriving in India, Indiana Jones is asked by desperate villagers to find a mystical stone and rescue their children from a Thuggee cult practicing child slavery, black magic, and ritualistic human sacrifice in honor of the goddess Kali.

    Not wishing to feature the Nazis as the villains again, George Lucas, executive producer and co-writer, decided to regard this film as a prequel. Three plot devices were rejected before Lucas wrote a film treatment that resembled the final storyline. As Lawrence Kasdan, Lucas's collaborator on , turned down the offer to write the script, Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz, who had previously worked with Lucas on were hired as his replacements.

    The film was released to financial success but initial reviews were mixed, criticizing its darker elements, strong violence and gore. However, critical opinion has improved since 1984, citing the film's intensity and imagination. In response to some of the more violent sequences in the film, and with similar complaints about , Spielberg suggested that the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) alter its rating system, which it did within two months of the film's release, creating a new PG-13 rating.[3][a]

    It was released to cinemas in the United States on May 23, 1984.[7] It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Score and won the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects. A sequel, , followed in 1989.

    Contents

    1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 3.1 Development 3.2 Filming 3.3 Editing 4 Release 4.1 Box office 4.2 Promotion 4.3 Home media 4.4 Television 5 Reception

    5.1 Critical response

    5.2 Awards 5.3 Controversy 6 Impact 7 See also 8 Notes 9 References 10 Further reading 11 External links

    Plot[edit]

    In 1935, Indiana Jones survives a murder attempt by Lao Che, a crime boss in Shanghai who has hired him to retrieve the remains of Emperor Nurhaci. With his young orphaned Chinese sidekick, Short Round, and the nightclub singer, Willie Scott, in tow, Indy flees Shanghai on a cargo aircraft. While the three of them are asleep, the pilots (employed by Lao Che) dump the fuel and escape via parachute, leaving the plane to crash over the Himalayas. The three narrowly manage to survive by jumping out of the plane on an inflatable raft.

    They ride down the mountain slopes and fall into a raging river, eventually arriving at the village of Mayapore in northern India. The villagers plead for their aid in retrieving the sacred stone (shivalinga) stolen from their shrine, along with their missing children, by evil forces in the nearby Pankot Palace. Indy agrees to do so, hypothesizing that the stone is one of the five Sankara stones given by the gods to help humanity fight evil.

    The trio receive a warm welcome at Pankot Palace and are allowed to stay for the night as guests, attending a lavish, but revolting, banquet hosted by the young Maharajah. The officials rebuff Indy's theory that the Thuggee cult is responsible for their troubles. Later that night, Indy is attacked by an assassin. After Indy kills him, he discovers a series of tunnels hidden behind a statue and sets out to explore them, overcoming a number of booby-traps.

    The trio reach an underground temple where the Thuggees worship Kali with human sacrifice. They discover that the Thuggees now possess three of the Sankara stones and have enslaved the children to search for the last two, hidden in the palace catacombs. As Indy tries to retrieve the stones, he, Willie, and Shorty are captured. Thuggee high priest Mola Ram forces Indy to drink a potion that puts him into a trance-like state in which he mindlessly serves the cult. Willie is prepared for sacrifice, while Shorty is put to work in the mines with the other children. Shorty escapes and returns to the temple, where he first frees Indy and, later, the Maharajah from the effects of the potion by burning them with a flame torch. Indy saves Willie and retrieves the stones. After freeing the children, Indy fights a hulking overseer who gets killed by a rock crusher.

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    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)

    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) “Cast” credits

    Full Cast & Crew: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)

    Cast (79)

    Harrison Ford

    Indiana Jones

    Kate Capshaw

    Willie Scott

    Ke Huy Quan

    Short Round

    Amrish Puri

    Mola Ram

    Roshan Seth

    Chattar Lal (as Rushan Seth)

    Philip Stone

    Captain Blumburtt

    Roy Chiao

    Lao Che

    David Yip

    Wu Han

    Ric Young

    Kao Kan

    Chua Kah Joo

    Chen

    Rex Ngui

    Maitre d'

    Philip Tan

    Chief Henchman (as Philip Tann)

    Dan Aykroyd

    Weber

    Akio Mitamura

    Chinese Pilot

    Michael Yama

    Chinese Co-Pilot

    D.R. Nanayakkara

    Shaman

    Dharmadasa Kuruppu

    Chieftain

    Stany De Silva

    Sajnu

    Ruby de Mel

    Village Woman (as Ruby De Mel)

    Denavaka Hamine

    Village Woman (as D.M. Denawake)

    Iranganie Serasinghe

    Village Woman (as I. Serasinghe)

    Dharshana Panangala

    Village Child

    Raj Singh

    Little Maharaja

    Frank Olegario

    Merchant #1

    Ahmed El Shenawi

    Merchant #2 (as Ahmed El-Shenawi)

    Arthur F. Repola

    Eel Eater (as Art Repola)

    Nizwar Karanj

    Sacrifice Victim

    Pat Roach

    Chief Guard

    Moti Makan

    Guard

    Mellan Mitchell

    Temple Guard

    Bhasker Patel

    Temple Guard

    Arjun Pandher

    1st Boy in Cell

    Zia Gelani

    2nd Boy in Cell

    Debbie Astell

    Dancer

    Maureen Bacchus

    Dancer

    Corinne Barton

    Dancer

    Carol Beddington

    Dancer (as Carol Bebbington)

    Sharon Boone

    Dancer

    Elizabeth Burville

    Dancer

    Marisa Campbell

    Dancer

    Christine Cartwright

    Dancer

    Andrea Chance

    Dancer

    Jan Colton

    Dancer

    Louise Dalgleish

    Dancer

    Lorraine Doyle

    Dancer

    Vanessa Fieldwright

    Dancer

    Brenda Glassman

    Dancer

    Elaine Gough

    Dancer

    Sue Hadleigh

    Dancer

    Sarah-Jane Hassell

    Dancer

    Samantha Hughes

    Dancer

    Julie Kirk

    Dancer

    Deirdre Laird

    Dancer

    Vicki McDonald

    Dancer

    Nina McMahon

    Dancer

    Julia Marstand

    Dancer

    Gaynor Martine

    Dancer

    Lisa Mulidore

    Dancer

    Dawn Reddall

    Dancer

    Rebekkah Sekyi

    Dancer

    Clare Smalley

    Dancer

    Lee Sprintall

    Dancer

    Jenny Turnock

    Dancer

    Ruth Welby

    Dancer

    Steven Spielberg

    Tourist at Airport / Missionary (uncredited)

    Yash Agnihotri

    Palace Guard (uncredited)

    Dickey Beer

    Thuggee in Railway Chase / Thuggee Knocked Off Ledge / Thuggee on Bridge (uncredited)

    Kenneth Coombs

    Nightclub Guest (uncredited)

    Sidney Ganis

    Missionary (uncredited)

    Billy Horrigan

    Thuggee in Railway Chase (uncredited)

    Kathleen Kennedy

    'Anthing Goes' Dancer (uncredited)

    Brad Kesten

    Slave children (uncredited)

    Alex Klaus

    Slave Child (uncredited)

    Patrick Loh

    Triad Henchman (uncredited)

    George Lucas

    Missionary (uncredited)

    Frank Marshall

    Tourist at Airport (uncredited)

    Anthony Powell

    Missionary (uncredited)

    Guy Standeven

    Obi Wan Club Patron (uncredited)

    Ron Taylor

    Lao Che (voice) (uncredited)

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    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984)

    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom: Directed by Steven Spielberg. With Harrison Ford, Kate Capshaw, Ke Huy Quan, Amrish Puri. In 1935, Indiana Jones arrives in India, still part of the British Empire, and is asked to find a mystical stone. He then stumbles upon a secret cult committing enslavement and human sacrifices in the catacombs of an ancient palace.

    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

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    Harrison Ford Indiana Jones

    Kate Capshaw Willie Scott

    Ke Huy Quan Short Round

    Amrish Puri Mola Ram Roshan Seth

    Chattar Lal(as Rushan Seth)

    Philip Stone Captain Blumburtt Roy Chiao Lao Che David Yip Wu Han Ric Young Kao Kan Chua Kah Joo Chen Rex Ngui Maitre d' Philip Tan

    Chief Henchman(as Philip Tann)

    Dan Aykroyd Weber Akio Mitamura Chinese Pilot Michael Yama Chinese Co-Pilot D.R. Nanayakkara Shaman Dharmadasa Kuruppu Chieftain Stany De Silva Sajnu Director Steven Spielberg Writers

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