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This article is about the theme. For the character, see Indiana Jones (Minifigure).
Indiana Jones
Lego Indiana Jones
Years:

20082009

Subthemes:

Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

Related themes:

Adventurers
Pharaoh's Quest


Indiana Jones is a theme introduced in 2008 and discontinued the following year, and based on the Lucasfilm Indiana Jones movie franchise.

Description

Each of the four Indiana Jones movies is its own subtheme of the license and produced at least two LEGO sets. They all feature Indiana Jones himself, who is searching for some priceless relic - the Ark of the Covenant, the Sankara Stones, the Holy Grail, or the Crystal Skull - and trying to survive the predations of enemy soldiers, hostile natives, blood-thirsty cultists, rival archaeologists, and gangsters.

Set in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, the theme is one of the closest that LEGO has come to producing a military line, due to Indiana Jones' frequent run-ins with German and Soviet forces. However, most of the military minifigures in the line have generic designs with no official military insignia, and heavy combat vehicles such as tanks were not produced.

Subthemes

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Main article: Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark

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Raiders of the Lost Ark is the first movie in the Indiana Jones series. In Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones is lead on a rumor that the Nazis (German soldier) were on an exhibition located in Cairo in search of the Lost Ark of the Covenant, lead by Rene Belloq, a long time rival of Indy. Indiana Jones arrives in Cairo and manages to locate the exact location of the Ark before the Nazis.

Sets

Minifigures


Temple of Doom

Main article: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Indiana Jones, the Archeologist and professor, traveled to Shanghai to make a deal with Lao Che. It all goes wrong when his old time friend, Wu Han, was killed by Chen, Lao Che's son. Indy escapes with Willie Scott and Short Round onto an airplane. Unfortunately for them, the airplane is owned by Lao Che Airlines, so once it runs out of fuel, the pilots parachute down, leaving Indy, Willie, and Short Round to save themselves. They jump down on an inflatable raft and miraculously survive. The trio find themselves in India were they come across Pankot Palace. They soon discover, however, that the palace is home to the mysterious and human-sacrificing Thuggee cult led by Thugge High Priest Mola Ram. After a failed attempt to try an steal the Sankara Stones, Indy is forced to drink the blood of Kali, turning him evil. Just as Willie Scott is about to be sacrificed, Short Round breaks Indy from his trance and the three go rushing down a mine track to safety. After a battle on a bridge, Mola Ram is defeated, and two of the three Sankara Stones are lost to the river, Indy returns the remaining Sankara Stone it's village, and all is well.

Sets

Minifigures


The Last Crusade

Main article: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade poster
The Last Crusade

Sets

Minifigures


Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

Main article: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

IndianaJonesKOTKSposter

Sets

Minifigures


Magnet Sets

Other

Video Games

Online Games

  • Shanghai Car Chase
A scene from The Temple of Doom. Take control of Short Round's car and race through the streets of Shanghai.
  • Indiana Jones Adventures
A series of four levels drawn from the first three movies. Guide Jones past the booby traps in the Chachapoyan Temple, the Well of Souls, the deserts near Cairo, and in a motorcycle chase from The Last Crusade.

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    • It originally cost U.S. $39.99, but probably sells for about twice as much nowadays. It has 420 parts. You can see more about it here.

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