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As an Indiana Jones-like tomb raider and adventurer, you're faced with an eternal chase through the crumbling ruins of a temple, golden idol in hand.
Everyone remembers the scene in Raiders of the Lost Ark where Indiana Jones, with his iconic Fedora and bullwhip, narrowly escapes from a Peruvian temple with a stolen golden idol, avoiding the path of a rolling boulder and a band of arrow-wielding Hovitos tribesmen.
Tiny details abound--the miniature white swan in the palace window, repeating flower patterns, a golden idol in a questioning pose.
Both are places where I could imagine Indiana Jones stumbling out of the undergrowth clutching a golden idol.
Jeffrey Cirio (Lia's brother) is a standout as the Golden Idol, springing into vivid, asymmetrical shapes that twist and spin midair.
All things Indy are under tighter wraps than a golden idol.
Dylan at that time was the golden idol, the man with the answers.
In the opening scene of Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones escapes with the golden idol in a sea plane with the registration number OB-3PO, which refers to Obi-wan and C-3PO from Star Wars.