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Old 06-04-2014, 03:17 PM   #276
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The Last Crusade deleted scenes particularly interest me with respect to how they relate to the graphic adventure game.
Very interesting. I've never played the game so this is cool to know. Thanks for pointing it out!
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I keep expecting him to tell the story about the rat in the basement.
What am I missing here?
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It would be nice if you could shed your thin skin (like a snake) and get a thicker one.

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Old 06-04-2014, 04:44 PM   #277
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Old 06-04-2014, 06:06 PM   #278
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What am I missing here?


In the storybook, when Indy tells Elsa about Henry's fear of rats while finishing the grail tablet rubbing, he tells her a quick story how they had a rat in the basement one time and he had to go down to kill it because his dad was afraid.

Anyways every time he says "He HATES rats, he's scared to death of them!", I keep expecting Indy to continue on with the story and it even looks like it(maybe cause I read it), before cutting to the Brotherhood igniting the petroleum.
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Old 06-06-2014, 09:31 AM   #279
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In the storybook, when Indy tells Elsa about Henry's fear of rats while finishing the grail tablet rubbing, he tells her a quick story how they had a rat in the basement one time and he had to go down to kill it because his dad was afraid.
Cool. I just checked and that bit is also in the 3rd script draught:

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Indy: Ha! He never would have made it past the rats! He's scared to death of 'em!
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I know. We had one in the basement once. Guess who had to go down there and kill it? And I was only six
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One of the unproduced episodes for Young Indy was to be set in May 1905 Princeton, when Indy was two months shy of being 6 years old. It would've been fun if that anecdote was included in the story.

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Old 06-10-2014, 08:52 AM   #280
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Dig Floating Face

Forgot to mention that 2 weeks ago, Raven member paraiderfan found a recent interview with the guy who played the sacrifice victim in "Doom". The actor references a deleted scene where his face was meant to float on the lava surface.

Nizwar Karanj:
"Actually, they made a lifelike face of mine for the film, including glass eyes. That was because, once the cage was lowered into this pit of molten lava, my body would disintegrate and you would see my face floating. But that scene was too gory for the censors, so they cut that!"

https://www.yahoo.com/movies/meet-th...601308007.html

That would have been really freaky to see!
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Old 07-29-2014, 05:03 PM   #281
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A brief deleted shot of Willie running through the palace looking for help, after fleeing from the Thuggee guards

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Old 01-25-2016, 09:27 PM   #282
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I'm seeing Moedred expressed an intention to update the deleted scenes sections on the main site with some of the treasures this thread has exposed. Could I politely nudge you, Moedred? The photos collected here are incredible.
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Old 01-26-2016, 04:17 PM   #283
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This is still my intention. We have a few housekeeping issues to address with the site, then we hope to generate new and updated features regularly. The Indy 4 deleted scenes page was the most requested feature when I started webmastering, so I'm sure updating the trilogy would draw attention too!
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Old 01-26-2016, 05:29 PM   #284
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Glad it's on the agenda!
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Old 06-07-2016, 10:07 AM   #285
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Here's my question. This was probably asked and answered (and probably by me) a while ago, but I can't remember, and randomly musing about the movies made me realize... at least where Last Crusade is concerned, almost none of these deleted scenes are in the script(s); at least not in any draft I've ever seen. They're in the comic and novelization, yeah, but in the actual script, the one making the rounds on the Internet, they're MIA. That script reads less like a shooting script and more like a transcript of the film written as a script. What gives?

And also, a few of the deleted scenes from Raiders are not in its script(s), either, particularly the scene involving Sallah and the young Nazi soldier who lets him go. According to the Indy wiki, the scene isn't even in the comic and novelization. I can't speak for the comic but it definitely isn't in the book.

Since Marvel Comics and Campbell Black were working with the script to write the comic adaptation and the book respectively, if the scene existed in the draft they were working from, you'd think they'd have used it, instead of their explanation that (according to the wiki) "Sallah says he escaped punishment by convincing Dietrich that Indy had tricked him and the other diggers into thinking he was a German officer," which, while an impressive display of bullsh*tting on Sallah's part, just isn't as interesting as him staring down the young Nazi and effectively guilting the guy into letting him go.

I agree that Spielberg and co. were probably right to cut it (despite loving it to pieces, they had pacing to think of); I just wish it'd also ended up in the adaptations along with the other cut material and I'm curious why it didn't. Was it something unscripted and thought up the day of filming, and so wasn't in the draft Marvel and Black were provided with? This seems to be the most likely explanation, especially since I've also read Martin Kreidt, who plays the Nazi assigned to kill Sallah, was a tourist in Tunisia and probably cast the same day they filmed the scene.

What does the making-of book say?
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Old 06-09-2016, 11:48 AM   #286
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I've seen bits and pieces of the Sallah and young Nazi deleted scenes (I believe they are on the BluRay set) but the Making of book by JW Rinzler (which is EXCELLENT !! especially with the coverage of Raiders) the book does go into depth on the deleted scenes and I believe the book has production notes on them.
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