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For the human sacrifice scene, an animatronic dummy of the sacrificial victim was made so that the "victim" would realistically writhe in agony upon catching fire. However, Steven Spielberg deemed the writhing "too gruesome" and added a sheet of flame in post-production to obscure the dummy's movements the moment it caught fire. See more »
As Indy is shot at with arrows while climbing up the bridge, it is very clear that many of the arrows hit and bounce off him. See more »
In the opening credits Philip Stone's first name is misspelled "Phillip". Similarly, in the closing credits Roshan Seth's first name is misspelled "Rushan". Both these spelling mistakes are corrected in the DVD release. See more »
This movie misrepresents India and its culture. The scene in which Indians have been showed eating snakes ,monkey and all the wild creatures is very absurd. The truth is around more than half of India's population is vegetarian. And those who eat meat ,mostly eat lamb ,fish and chicken. India is very peaceful country and believes in the ideology of 'live and let others live'. The movie is entirely against the Indian culture and it's belief. This movies gives viewers wrong impression about India and it's people. I am sorry if this comment of mine hurts anyone here. But this movie hurts me because i am an Indian. Being Indian it's my duty to tell everybody that this movie reflects false image of India.
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