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Contest: Indiana Jones Bullwhip

posted by Nell Minow

Get ready for the new Indiana Jones movie with your very own official Indiana Jones bullwhip! I only have one and it goes to the first person who sends me an email at moviemom@moviemom.com with “Indiana Jones” in the subject line. U.S. addresses only. Good luck! Indiana_Jones_1.jpg

  • jestrfyl

    O what a treasure! What a wondrous artifact! What a connection to the archeologist so many of us wish we could be!
    I actually drove through the set in New Haven this summer. They were setting up for a big car chase down Chapel Street, along the border with yale. They had recreated the era of the film by redecorating the store front, many of which are the same as they were 60 plus years ago. I even got to see the props mistress carrying Ford’s costume – including The Hat – to his trailer.
    I cannot wait for the movie to premiere. It is as exciting as the next narnia film – for different reasons. I am be little more than a mere shadopw of Cornelius, Caspian’s tutor in the Narnia film. But as I watch Jones leap and run, I am with him, my heart is pounding, and I get as thrilled by his finds as I do by his adventures retrieving them.

  • Tara

    I too am soooo excited to see Indiana Jones once again. I thought that we would not see another with Harrison Ford in my lifetime, so this is a highlight in the movie world. Can’t wait!

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