London, South Kensington
12 December 2001
Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom, 1984
A prop skull of painted plaster with simulated hair on a metal spear -- 19in. (48.2cm.) long -- made for use as a set dressing for the 1984 Lucasfilm production Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom; accompanied by a letter concerning the provenance (2)
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Similar skulls appear throughout the film, from when Indiana Jones and Short Round [Jonathan Ke Quan] enter the tunnel from Willie's [Kate Capshaw] bedroom and narrowly avoid death from the spikes in the roof and in the Temple itself.
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