The second Indiana Jones Movie ever

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What was the world's second Indiana Jones movie?

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom was the second film in the Indiana Jones series to be released. Steven Spielberg was the director for the movie and despite encountering many problems while shooting, he finished the film on time. Some of the problems encountered were that Harrison Ford, who plays Indiana Jones, was injured quite badly during the filming and ended up with a herniated spinal disc and as well, the filmmakers were denied permission to shoot part of the film in North India because the authorities there thought that pieces of the film were quite racist. Because of this, much of the movie was filmed in Sri Lanka and sound stages at Elstree Studios in Hertfordshire, England, were also used.

In the film, Indiana Jones travels to India and is asked by an entire village to find a mystical and sacred stone for them. The entire film is then Indiana’s adventures in trying to get the stone and sees him in many life-threatening situations as well as action sequences. George Lucas wrote the original story and Willard Huyck and Gloria Katz wrote the screenplay. The film was distributed by Paramount Pictures and was released in the United States on May 23, 1984 with subsequent releases in the United Kingdom as well as in Australia, both on later dates. The budget of $28.17 million was peanuts compared to what the film grossed at the box office, a whopping $333.11 million. The film and its entire series still has many followers and fans today.


Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom


The second Indiana Jones Movie ever

The second Indiana Jones Movie ever

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