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These stencils are painted on the boards that Indy's office is built from. They are also on the crates in and around the temple.

Marcus Brody is a slightly scatterbrained professor friend of both Henry Jones Sr. and Jr.

The numbers 9906-753 were stenciled on the crate containing the Ark of the Covenant at the end of the film Raiders of the Lost Ark. Rumored to be a {scramble} of George Lucas' former telephone extension to his trailer on the studio lot.

Nang-Tao Airport and Club Obi Wan (would that be old Ben Kenobi?) were just after Indy escapes from a window by running behind a gong after searching for the antidote while Willie sought the diamond in Temple of Doom.

SS Coronado was the ship on which we meet mature Indy, in the Last Crusade.

Insulators are from the fourth movie (the Indiana Jones Adventure you are about to be a intimately involved with.)

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