Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Movie Poster


“If adventure has a name…it must be Indiana Jones.”

Darker and more serious in tone and content than its predecessor. Bruce Wolfe’s beautifully rendered artwork certainly reinforces that trait for Steven Spielberg’s 1984 prequel / sequel “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom”. This original country of origin US one-sheet movie poster highlights the titular archaeologist hero as a beacon of light surrounded by darkness. Originally flat and unfolded as issued to the cinema this superb example displays to excellent effect being presented totally unrestored high grade condition. Often seen as the “weakest” of the franchise (not so in my book) this is considerably rarer than posters from the other films in the series and represents a¬†fantastic piece of scarce original movie memorabilia for an incredibly popular and well love film franchise.

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Trivia: While filming the whipping scene, the crew played a practical joke on Harrison Ford. While he was chained to a large stone, Barbra Streisand appeared, dressed in a leather dominatrix outfit. She proceeded to whip him, saying “That’s for Hanover Street (1979), the worst movie I ever saw.” She continued whipping him for Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977), and making all of that money. Carrie Fisher then threw herself in front of Ford to protect him, and Irvin Kershner chided director Steven Spielberg. “Is this how you run your movies ?” This entire sequence was filmed.

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NSS # 84002, US One Sheet (27" x 40") Single Sided

Country of Origin

United States (USA)


Near Mint minus -Very Fine plus; originally rolled (as issued)


Steven Spielberg


Amrish Puri, Harrison Ford, Kate Capshaw, Ke Huy Quan, Philip Stone, Roshan Seth

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