Something to take your eyes off Mrs. Spielberg's boobs. Not that they don't deserve a good look.
My mouse wheel is wearing out, so that every other time I roll the wheel downwards, it actually rolls back up. So I inadvertently get another another look at Mrs. Spielberg's necklace. Purely accidental, I promise!
I like that photo of the confused older guy who looks like he's just stepped out of his front door and can't remember what he went out for.
You know I just realised that because this photo is positioned under the photo of Marion in the nightie dress, it looks like he's looking up her dress (see Page 2 to see what I mean!).
Ha! Even I didn't notice that until you pointed it out! That's really a great combination of photos. Now I can hear Indy saying, "Snakes? Who cares about snakes? I'm sitting up here because of the view!"
Location: England (you can get all kinds of transport there ... boat, plane, anything)
Visit the following link to watch videos from BAFTA's recent tribute to the original trilogy's master cinematographer Douglas Slocombe. The videos include words from both Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford about their time working with Mr Slocombe.
One of the speeches comes from the costume designer of the Indy films Anthony Powell who describes how (for a laugh) they inserted producer Kathleen Kennedy into the opening dance number of Temple Of Doom. At this point of the speech a photo is shown of Kate Capshaw (in her infamous showgirl outfit) with Kathleen dressed as one of the dancing girls. I've never seen this photo before. It's a shame it isn't better quality as it's a fun and interesting piece of Indy history ...