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Marcus Brody (Character)
from Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
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- Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Adaptation (1989) (V) Played by William Coon (as Brody)
- Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) Played by Denholm Elliott
- Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) Played by Denholm Elliott (as Dr. Marcus Brody)
... aka "Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark" - International (English title) (DVD title), South Africa (English title) (DVD box title), USA (reissue title)
... aka "The Raiders of the Lost Ark" - Europe (English title) (imdb display title), International (imdb display title), International (English title) (imdb display title)
- Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Forbidden Eye (1995) Played by Denholm Elliott (as Dr. Marcus Brody)
Brody: However, an Egyptian pharaoh...
Brody: ...yes, invaded the city of Jerusalem round about 980 B.C., and he may have take the Ark back to the city of Tanis and hidden it in a secret chamber called The Well of Souls.
Major Eaton: [skeptically] Secret chamber?
Brody: However, about a year after the pharaoh had returned to Egypt, the city of Tanis was consumed by the desert in a sand storm which lasted a whole year. Wiped clean by the wrath of God.
Major Eaton: [turns slowly toward Col. Musgrove] Uh... huh.
Colonel Musgrove: Obviously, we've come to the right men. Now you seem to know, uh, all about this Tanis, then.
Indiana: No, no, not really. Ravenwood is the real expert. Abner did the first serious work on Tanis. Collected some of its relics. It was his obsession, really. But he never found the city.
Major Eaton: Frankly, we're somewhat suspicious of Mr. Ravenwood, an American being mentioned so prominently in a secret Nazi cable.
Brody: Oh, rubbish. Ravenwood's no Nazi.
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