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The Making of
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Produced and Directed by Frank Marshall
Executive Producer Sidney Ganis
Written by Frank Marshall and Steve Starkey

A one-hour documentary produced and directed by Frank Marshall that was broadcast on PBS in 1984. Just like its predecessor it follows cast crew on the set and on location. This show was never released on video.
The same year MTV also showed a special “Anything Goes” music video of the Japanese tune sung by Kate Capshaw. This had both film and behind-the-scenes footage interplayed with the music.

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Heroes and Sidekicks -
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Directed, Written and Produced by Robert Guenette
Executive Producers Sidney Ganis and Frank Marshall
Hosted by William Shatner

A one-hour documentary which aired on CBS on November 27, 1984. It featured sidekicks created by George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, and also classic film sidekicks like Gabby Hayes, Walter Brennan, Andy Devine, Nigel Bruce, and even Leonard Nimoy.

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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom:
A Look Inside

A 10-minute featurette on the making of the film featuring interviews with George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford produced for the 1999 video release of the Indiana Jones saga.

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Indiana Jones:
Behind the Adventure

Directed by Miguel Enciso
Written by Carla Pennington Stewart & Andy Meyers
Executive Producer Linda Bell Blue

A one-hour special of Entertainment Tonight aired in December 2000. The show covers all three films, the Young Indy TV series and the possibilities of a forth film. It featured interviews with Harrison Ford, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Sean Connery and many others.

 

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