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Raiders of the Lost Ark

Raiders of the Lost Ark

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Bring home this American fantasy adventure film and recall the old memories of this great movie Indiana Jones And The Raiders Of The Lost Ark. Initially this movie was named as Raiders of the Lost Ark which was later marketed as Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark. It's a 1981 American fantasy adventure movie which is directed by Steven Spielberg. This movie was produced by Frank Marshall and Howard Kazanjian and executive produced by George Lucas. Indiana Jones And The Raiders Of The Lost Ark is written by Lawrence Kasdan and the story of this movie is based on George Lucas and Philip Kaufman.

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this movie featuring some of the best stars of Hollywood such as Harrison Ford stars as Indiana Jones who is an archaeology professor and he often embarks on perilous adventures to obtain rare artefacts. Jones claims that he has no belief in the supernatural and he says to have his scepticism challenged when he discovers the Ark. Karen Allen as Marion Ravenwood who is a spirited, tough former lover of Indiana's. She is the daughter of Abner Ravenwood who is Indiana Jones' mentor. She has her own bar in Nepal. Other character is of Paul Freeman as Dr. René Belloq, he is Jones' nemesis. He too is an archaeologist after the Ark and is working for the Nazis. Belloq intends to harness the power of Ark before Hitler can. Ronald Lacey as Major Arnold Toht who is interrogator for Gestapo. He always tries to torture Marion Ravenwood for the headpiece of the staff of Ra. John Rhys-Davies as Sallah is "the best digger in Cairo" who is hired by the Nazis to help them excavate Tanis. John is an old friend of Indiana Jones and he agrees to help him obtain the Ark at same time he fears disturbing it. other roles played in this movie is by Denholm Elliott as Dr. Marcus Brody, a museum curator, Wolf Kahler as Colonel Dietrich, a ruthless Nazi officer, Vic Taliban as Barranca and the Monkey Man This movie is a must watch movie by everyone as it tells the story of the Raiders of the Lost Ark that tell the takes you to a rip-roaring adventure with lots of hand-to-hand battles with swords, whips and plenty of guns. The thrill showed in this movie is in the fright factor, so cadavers, snakes, spiders, and nasty villains that are mostly Nazis. This 1936 movie in which professor Jones studying archaeology and is venturing in the jungles of South America in search of golden statue. But unfortunately Indiana Jones sets off a deadly trap during his research and he miraculously manages to escape. To know more about Indiana Jones and his journey to the jungle in South America who deals with many challenges on his way. This movie is full of animals, humans and the Nazis. To know what happens when they come together buy online this Video CD from To get one for yourself, all you need to do is log on to Junglee and avail some of their fabulous offers. You can also sift through the wide range of health care products, read customer reviews and check on availability to make a more informed online shopping choice.

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Format Video CD
Genre Kids & family - adventure, kids & family
Censor Rating U (Universal)
Director(s) Steven Spielberg
No of Discs 2
Studio Big Music

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  1.  The ultimate adventure hero 5 October, 2013 On
    It's no wonder that Harrison Ford has starred in pretty much some of the best movies of all time. When you are Indiana Jones, you already have three entries to that.

    Directed by Steven Spielberg, and the brainchild of a certain George Lucas and Spielberg, Indiana Jones is your action hero. An average guy in life, he does extraordinary things out of it. You'll love the action, the history, and the acting. This is one of those movies which you have to watch. Cause if you don't, your movie watching experience isn't complete.
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