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12 June 1981 (USA) See more »
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Indiana Jones - the new hero from the creators of JAWS and STAR WARS. See more »
Plot:
Archeologist and adventurer Indiana Jones is hired by the US government to find the Ark of the Covenant before the Nazis. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Won 4 Oscars. Another 27 wins & 22 nominations See more »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Harrison Ford ... Indy

Karen Allen ... Marion Ravenwood

Paul Freeman ... Dr. René Belloq
Ronald Lacey ... Major Arnold Toht

John Rhys-Davies ... Sallah

Denholm Elliott ... Dr. Marcus Brody

Alfred Molina ... Satipo
Wolf Kahler ... Colonel Dietrich

Anthony Higgins ... Gobler

Vic Tablian ... Barranca / Monkey Man
Don Fellows ... Col. Musgrove

William Hootkins ... Major Eaton
Bill Reimbold ... Bureaucrat
Fred Sorenson ... Jock
Patrick Durkin ... Australian Climber
Matthew Scurfield ... 2nd. Nazi
Malcolm Weaver ... Ratty Nepalese (as Malcom Weaver)
Sonny Caldinez ... Mean Mongolian
Anthony Chinn ... Mohan
Pat Roach ... Giant Sherpa / 1st Mechanic
Christopher Frederick ... Otto
Tutte Lemkow ... Imam
Ishaq Bux ... Omar

Kiran Shah ... Abu
Souad Messaoudi ... Fayah
Terry Richards ... Arab Swordsman
Steve Hanson ... German Agent

Frank Marshall ... Pilot
Martin Kreidt ... Young Soldier

George Harris ... Katanga
Eddie Tagoe ... Messenger Pirate
John Rees ... Sergeant
Tony Vogel ... Tall Captain
Ted Grossman ... Peruvian Porter
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vic Armstrong ... German Soldier (uncredited)
Darin Chambers ... Nazi Supporter (uncredited)
Peter Diamond ... German Soldier (uncredited)
Harry Fielder ... German (uncredited)

Nick Gillard ... German Soldier (uncredited)
Romo Gorrara ... German Soldier (uncredited)
Barrie Holland ... Archivist (uncredited)
Terry Leonard ... Driver of German Truck (uncredited)
Sergio Mioni ... Driver of German Truck (uncredited)

Dennis Muren ... Nazi Spy on the Airplane (uncredited)
Glenn Randall Jr. ... Flying Wing Mechanic (uncredited)
Rocky Taylor ... German Soldier (uncredited)

Frank Welker ... Special Vocal Effects (voice) (uncredited)
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Directed by
Steven Spielberg 
 
Writing credits
Lawrence Kasdan (screenplay)

George Lucas (story) and
Philip Kaufman (story)

Produced by
Howard G. Kazanjian .... executive producer (as Howard Kazanjian)
George Lucas .... executive producer
Frank Marshall .... producer
Robert Watts .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
John Williams 
 
Cinematography by
Douglas Slocombe (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Michael Kahn 
George Lucas (uncredited)
 
Casting by
Jane Feinberg 
Mike Fenton 
Mary Selway 
 
Production Design by
Norman Reynolds 
 
Art Direction by
Leslie Dilley 
 
Set Decoration by
Michael Ford 
 
Costume Design by
Deborah Nadoolman 
 
Makeup Department
Mike Lockey .... hairdresser
Patricia McDermott .... chief hairdresser
Richard Mills .... makeup artist (as Dickie Mills)
Tom Smith .... key makeup artist
Chris Walas .... special makeup effects: ILM (as Christopher Walas)
Jim Gillespie .... key makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Patricia Carr .... assistant production manager
Mohamed Ali Cherif .... production supervisor: Tunisia
Dorothy Marchini .... production manager: France
Hassine Soufi .... production manager: Tunisia
Douglas Twiddy .... production supervisor
Robert Watts .... production manager (uncredited)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Roy Button .... second assistant director
Patrick Cadell .... second assistant director
Louis G. Friedman .... second assistant director: Peru/Hawaii
Carlos Gil .... first assistant director: second unit (as Carlos Gill)
Michael Hook .... second assistant director: second unit
Vincent Joliet .... first assistant director: France
Naceur Ktari .... first assistant director: Tunisia
Michael D. Moore .... second unit director (as Michael Moore)
David Tomblin .... first assistant director
Frank Marshall .... second unit director (uncredited)
Julian Wall .... second second assistant director (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Frank Bruton .... property master
Roy Carnon .... sketch artist
Sharon Cartwright .... art department assistant
Kenneth Clarke .... supervising plasterer (as Kenneth Clark)
Ron Cobb .... production artist
Ken Court .... assistant art director
George Djurkovic .... draftsman
John Fenner .... assistant art director
Andrew Garnet-Lawson .... scenic artist
George Gunning .... assistant construction manager
Peter Hancock .... property master: Tunisia
Fred Hole .... assistant art director
Michael Lamont .... assistant art director
Michael Lloyd .... production artist
David Lusby .... chief buyer
Ralph McQuarrie .... illustrator: ILM
Dave Middleton .... construction storeman
David J. Negron .... sketch artist (as David Negron)
Bert Rodwell .... head plasterer
Eric Shirtcliffe .... master painter
Keith Short .... modeller
Hassen Soufi .... assistant art director: Tunisia
Charles Torbett .... property supervisor
Ed Verreaux .... production illustrator
Bob Walker .... decor and lettering artist
Bill Welch .... construction manager
Andy Aitken .... plasterer (uncredited)
Michael Finlay .... painter (uncredited)
Taieb Jallouli .... property buyer: Tunisia (uncredited)
Paul James .... plasterer stand-by (uncredited)
Dave Midson .... dressing prop (uncredited)
Brian Muir .... sculptor (uncredited)
Kent State .... art department (uncredited)
Dave Stevens .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
William Stout .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Richard L. Anderson .... supervising sound effects editor
Ben Burtt .... sound designer
Roy Charman .... production sound
John Dunn .... foley editor
Stephen Hunter Flick .... sound effects editor (as Steve H. Flick)
Peter Grives .... apprentice sound editor
Howie Hammerman .... sound recording technician
Gregg Landaker .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark A. Mangini .... sound effects editor (as Mark Mangini)
Steve Maslow .... sound re-recordist
Kevin O'Connell .... sound dubbing technician
Andrew Patterson .... dialogue editor (as Andy Patterson)
George Rice .... production sound maintenance
John Salter .... sound boom operator
Curt Schulkey .... supervising dialogue editor
Gary Summers .... sound effects recordist
Bill Varney .... sound re-recordist
Eric Whitfield .... assistant dialogue editor
Alan Howarth .... special sound effects (uncredited)
John Roesch .... foley artist (uncredited)
Lionel Strutt .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Randy Thom .... sound effects (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Chris Condon .... special effects electrician
Roy Coombes .... special effects carpenter
Peter Dawson .... senior effects technician
Yves De Bono .... special effects welder
Rodney Fuller .... effects technician
Ken Gittens .... effects assistant
Terry Glass .... effects engineering
Ray Hanson .... effects assistant
Trevor Neighbour .... effects technician
Terry Schubert .... effects technician
Bill Warrington .... special effects equipment supervisor
Kit West .... mechanical effects supervisor
Michael Dawson .... special effects assistant (uncredited)
 
Visual Effects by
Peter Amundson .... assistant effects editor: ILM
Charles Bailey .... model maker: ILM (as Charlie Bailey)
Craig Barron .... matte photography assistant: ILM
William Beck .... stage technician: ILM
David Berry .... optical printer operator: ILM
Patricia Blau .... production coordinator: ILM
Mike Bolles .... design engineer: ILM
Marty Brenneis .... electronics engineer: ILM
Kris Brown .... computer engineering: ILM
Conrad Buff IV .... visual effects editorial supervisor: ILM (as Conrad Buff)
Laura Buff .... production accountant: ILM (as Laura Kaysen)
Scott Caple .... animator: ILM
Melissa Cargill .... electronics technician: ILM
Wade Childress .... special projects: ILM
Terry Chostner .... still photographer: ILM
Joe Class .... assistant visual effects editor: ILM
Sam Comstock .... animation supervisor: ILM (as Samuel Comstock)
Dick Dova .... stage technician: ILM
Don Dow .... camera operator: ILM
Loring Doyle .... animator: ILM
Richard Edlund .... visual effects supervisor
Judy Elkins .... animator: ILM
John Ellis .... optical printer operator: ILM
Chrissie England .... administration assistant: ILM
Bob Finley III .... stage technician: ILM (as Bobby Finley III)
Pat Fitzsimmons .... stage technician: ILM (as Patrick Fitzsimmons)
Warren Franklin .... optical line-up: ILM
Dietrich Friesen .... animation supervisor: ILM (as Deitrich Friesen)
Michael Fulmer .... model maker: ILM (as Mike Fulmer)
Steve Gawley .... model maker: ILM
Tim Geideman .... laboratory technician: ILM
Miki Herman .... production associate: ILM
Edward Hirsh .... stage technician: ILM
Paul Huston .... model maker: ILM
Jerry Jeffress .... electronic systems designer: ILM
Joe Johnston .... art director: visual effects, ILM
Ed Jones .... laboratory technician: ILM
David Kakita .... production accountant: ILM
Sylvia Keulen .... animator: ILM
Kim Knowlton .... animator: ILM
Neil Krepela .... matte photography: ILM
Shirley Lee .... production accountant: ILM
Gary Leo .... electronics engineer: ILM
Mike MacKenzie .... electronics engineer: ILM
Alan Maley .... matte painting supervisor: ILM
Scott Marshall .... animator: ILM
Cristi McCarthy .... electronics technician: ILM
Roberto McGrath .... still lab technician: ILM
John McLeod .... stage technician: ILM (as John McCleod)
Ted Moehnke .... supervising stage technician: ILM (as T.E. Moehnke)
Thaine Morris .... pyrotechnics: ILM
Duncan Myers .... laboratory technician: ILM
Bill Neil .... camera operator: ILM
Bruce Nicholson .... optical photography supervisor: ILM
Kerry Nordquist .... still lab technician: ILM
Ease Owyeung .... model maker: ILM
Clint Palmer .... assistant cameraman: ILM
Udo Pampel .... machinist: ILM
Michael Pangrazio .... matte artist: ILM
Lorne Peterson .... modelshop foreman: ILM
Gary Platek .... cloud effects: ILM
Jason Pomerantz .... production supervisor (IMAX Version 2012)
Bruce Richardson .... model maker: ILM
Nilo Rodis-Jamero .... assistant art director: ILM
Thomas Rosseter .... optical line-up: ILM (as Tom Rosseter)
Wesley Seeds .... model maker: ILM
Kenneth Smith .... optical printer operator: ILM
Thomas G. Smith .... production supervisor: ILM (as Thomas Smith)
Howard Stein .... assistant effects editor: ILM
Peter Stolz .... stage technician: ILM
Marc Thorpe .... model maker: ILM
John T. Van Vliet .... animator: ILM (as John Van Vliet)
Mark Vargo .... optical line-up: ILM
Jim Veilleux .... effects cameraman: ILM
Laurie Vermont .... production coordinator: ILM
Garry Waller .... animator: ILM
Gene Whiteman .... equipment engineering supervisor: ILM
Bess Wiley .... electronics technician: ILM (as Bessie Wiley)
Samuel Zolltheis .... model maker: ILM (as Sam Zolltheis)
Chris Crowell .... digital compositor (restored version) (uncredited)
Beth D'Amato .... digital paint and roto lead (restored version) (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Vic Armstrong .... stunts
Peter Brace .... stunts
Gerry Crampton .... stunts
Peter Diamond .... stunt arranger
Romo Gorrara .... stunts (as Romo Garrara)
Martin Grace .... stunts
Reg Harding .... stunts
Billy Horrigan .... stunts
Wendy Leech .... stunts (as Wendy Leach)
Terry Leonard .... stunts
Sergio Mioni .... stunts (as Sergio Mione)
Glenn Randall Jr. .... stunt coordinator (as Glenn Randall)
Rocky Taylor .... stunts
Chuck Waters .... stunts
Bill Weston .... stunts
Paul Weston .... stunts
Vic Armstrong .... stunt double: Mr. Ford/Indiana Jones double #1 (uncredited)
Peter Diamond .... stunts (uncredited)
Martin Grace .... stunt double: Indiana Jones #3 (uncredited)
Richard Graydon .... stunts (uncredited)
Wendy Leech .... stunt double: Karen Allen (uncredited)
Terry Leonard .... stunt double: Indiana Jones #2 (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Paul Beeson .... additional photography
Alan Brady .... gaffer: Peru/Hawaii
Wally Byatt .... operating cameraman: second unit
Albert Clark .... still photographer
Jerry Dunkley .... operating cameraman: second unit (as Gerry Dunkley)
Martin Evans .... gaffer
Jim Kane .... dolly grip: second unit
Red Lawrence .... head rigger
Colin Manning .... dolly grip
Eamonn O'Keeffe .... second assistant cameraman: second unit
Danny Shelmerdine .... second assistant cameraman
Chris Tanner .... assistant cameraman: second unit
Robin Vidgeon .... assistant cameraman
Chic Waterson .... operating cameraman
David Worley .... operating cameraman: second unit
Wick Finch .... electrician (uncredited)
Ron Herschman .... electrician (uncredited)
Bruce Hill .... ultra high speed photography (uncredited)
Paul Kenward .... clapper loader (uncredited)
Ray Meehan .... best boy (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Ian Hickinbotham .... wardrobe assistant
Sue Wain .... wardrobe assistant
Rita Wakely .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Duwayne Dunham .... assistant film editor: ILM
Bruce Green .... assistant film editor
Bob McMillian .... color timer (as Robert McMillian)
Brian Ralph .... negative cutter
Phil Sanderson .... assistant film editor
Colin Wilson .... assistant film editor
Julie Kahn Zunder .... apprentice film editor
 
Music Department
Carl Fortina .... orchestra contractor
London Symphony Orchestra .... music performed by (as The London Symphony Orchestra)
Herbert W. Spencer .... orchestrator
Eric Tomlinson .... music recordist
Kenneth Wannberg .... supervising music editor
Don Williams .... musician: xylophone
Jerry Williams .... musician: percussion
Tommy Johnson .... musician: tuba (uncredited)
Lionel Newman .... music supervisor (uncredited)
Tom Raney .... musician: percussion (uncredited)
Steve Schaeffer .... musician: percussion (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Harry Ueshiro .... transportation captain: Peru/Hawaii
John Ott .... camera car driver (uncredited)
Terry Pritchard .... driver: cast (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Simon Atherton .... armorer
Abdelkrim Baccar .... location manager: Tunisia
Jane Bay .... assistant: Mr. Lucas
Tarak Ben Ammar .... production coordinator: Tunisia
Arthur Carroll .... production accountant
Gilly Case .... production assistant (as Gill Case)
Martin Casella .... assistant: Mr. Spielberg (as Marty Casella)
Habib Chaari .... loaction manager: Tunisia
Junior Charles .... production assistant: France
Bryan Coates .... location manager
Michael Culling .... animal handler
Jack Dearlove .... stand-in: Mr. Ford
Jed Edge .... animal handler
Steve Edge .... animal handler
Deborah Fine .... researcher
Barbara Harley .... assistant: Mr. Marshall
Felicity Hodder .... doctor (as Dr. Felicity Hodder)
Maggie Jones .... continuity: second unit
Laura Kenmore .... assistant: Mr. Kazanjian
Kathleen Kennedy .... associate to Mr. Spielberg
Michael Larkins .... assistant accountant
Pamela Mann .... continuity
Hassam Moossun .... doctor: second unit (as Dr. Hassam Moossun)
Dan Nichols .... production coordinator: Peru/Hawaii
Daniel Parker .... production assistant
Stefano Priori .... location accountant
Stella Quef .... accountant: France
Bonne Radford .... accountant: Peru/Hawaii
Derek Robbins .... unit publicist
Patty Rumph .... assistant: Mr. Marshall
Maile Semitokol .... location manager: Peru/Hawaii
Ridha Turki .... accountant: Tunisia (as Ridna Turki)
Xavier Legris .... office production assistant (uncredited)
Jim Steranko .... original illustrations (uncredited)
 

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Also Known As:
"Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark" - International (English title) (DVD title), South Africa (English title) (DVD box title), USA (reissue title)
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Runtime:
115 min
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Color:
Aspect Ratio:
2.20 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
70 mm 6-Track (70 mm prints) | Dolby (35 mm prints)
Certification:
Argentina:13 | Australia:PG | Australia:M (DVD rating) | Brazil:Livre | Canada:PA (Manitoba) | Canada:A (Nova Scotia) | Canada:PG (Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) (original rating) | Canada:G (Quebec) (re-rating) (2003) | Finland:K-11 (2008) | Finland:K-16 (1981) | France:U | Germany:16 | Iceland:12 | India:U (cut) | India:A (uncut) | Israel:PG | Italy:T | Japan:G (2013) | Netherlands:12 (DVD rating) | Norway:16 (original rating) | Norway:15 (re-rating) | Peru:14 | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:PG | South Korea:12 | Spain:T | Sweden:15 (cut) | UK:A (original rating) | UK:PG (re-rating) (2004) | UK:PG (video rating) (1987) | USA:PG (edited for re-rating) (certificate #26345) | West Germany:16

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Trivia:
Maureen McCormick auditioned for the role of Marion Ravenwood.See more »
Goofs:
Anachronisms: The uniforms worn by the German soldiers are the tropical models, intended for use by the Deutsches Afrika Korps (DAK), and not introduced until 1940. In 1936, they would have worn either the standard wool uniforms, or, more likely given the hot weather, model 33 cotton work uniforms.See more »
Quotes:
[first lines]
Satipo:[picking up poison dart] The Hovitos are near. The poison is still fresh, three days. They're following us.
Barranca:If they knew we were here, they would've killed us already.
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There appears to be a shiny coating on Belloq's forehead during the desert scenes - what is it?
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Wouldn't the gold idol have been too heavy to carry?
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83 out of 126 people found the following review useful.
Will stand the test of time forever., 26 September 2006
Author: Shawn Watson from The Penumbra

I've seen Raiders of the Lost Ark numerous times on TV, DVD and big screen. My local theatre had a special showing last night and the 400-seat screen completely sold out (as Indy films always do). Luckily for me and my pal, we got the last 2 tickets available! I can't think of many films that still sell-out 25 years after their original release. There's just something about Indy movies(iconic hero, affection, epic spectacle) that brings you back again and again.

The only trouble with that is there are zillions of reviews, critiques and dissections of this movie already out there, so what I have to offer will probably not be anything new. I will however not go the way of the cliché and mention 1930's serials, Tom Selleck or the sword/gun fight.

I will, however, ask you one question. Did you know that some of the more iconic, memorable sequences from Raiders owe quite a lot to Duck Tales? What? Surely it's the other way around? Well, no. The globe-trotting adventures of Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Duey, Luey and Donald in Carl Bank's Disney comic-books from the 50s came first. If you can find some of these then you'll surely notice the similarities.

The hunt for the Ark of the Covenant is more than just an excuse for action. So many movies these days seem to come up with action first and string them together with some lame plot. Movies like this are quickly forgotten and one of the reasons Raiders holds up so well is because it works the Covenant story so well into the plot.

The action comes in a succession of set-pieces. I do enjoy films that have to increasingly better themselves in every scene. Raiders introduced this as a standard that the sequels had to live up to. My fave scene has to be the massive truck chase through Egypt, which is made up of many of its own smaller sequences. One little idiosyncrasy I like about Indy is that even though he's a College Professor and Doctor, he has no beef killing people. So very far from the ubiquitous PC heroes of todays movies.

You might think that it's rather geeky to hype up the editing and sound design, but they do stand out from recent action movies. The gunfire and punching seem to have a sort of 'Indy' signature sound to them, that I've not heard in any other films. And obviously, John William's classic score is one of those themes that just everybody in the world knows (though I prefer his score to Temple of Doom), truly one of the best movie themes ever. Better than Star Wars!

I'm not sure if Spielberg planned on Raiders starting the Indy franchise but there's already enough in here to establish a whole universe of potential stories and character arcs. There's talk of a fourth movie at the moment, but I personally don't think it will happen and I don't want it to. It's perfect existing as a trilogy and a sequel that comes traipsing in 18 years after the last is just not going to feel right. Even if you are hungry for more Indy then there are loads of books and video games out there and then there's the Young Indiana Jones TV show (where are the DVDs?), which are official Indy canon and even starred Ford once (they bounced around in time).

I am giving Raiders 9/10 because I just have a soft spot for Temple of Doom (which is obviously a 10/10 movie). Even 25 years after it first came out it still has the power to captivate the audience and provoke sheer excitement every time. And in 25 years it will still be far superior to almost everything.

Now there's something you cannot say about The Fast and the Furious! Sigh, where did all the special movies go?

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