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Indiana Jones Raiders of the Lost ARK (DVD)




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Frank Marshall, George Lucas, Howard G. Kazanjian, Lawrence Kasdan, Philip Kaufman, Robert Watts



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1h 55min


Top rated movie #55 , Won 4 Oscars, 38 wins & 24 nominations total


Steven Spielberg


Lawrence Kasdan, George Lucas, Philip Kaufman


Harrison Ford, Karen Allen, Paul Freeman

Produced by

Howard G. Kazanjian, George Lucas, Frank Marshall, Robert Watts

Music by

John Williams

Cinematography by

Douglas Slocombe

Film Editing by

Michael Kahn, George Lucas

Casting By

Jane Feinberg, Mike Fenton, Mary Selway

Production Design by

Norman Reynolds

Art Direction by

Leslie Dilley

Set Decoration by

Michael Ford

Costume Design by

Deborah Nadoolman

Makeup Department

Mike Lockey, Pat McDermott, Richard Mills, Tom Smith, Chris Walas, Jim Gillespie

Production Management

Patricia Carr, Mohamed Ali Cherif, Dorothy Marchini, Hassine Soufi, Douglas Twiddy, Robert Watts

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

Roy Button, Patrick Cadell, Louis G. Friedman, Carlos Gil, Michael Hook, Vincent Joliet, Naceur Ktari, Michael D. Moore, David Tomblin, Frank Marshall, Julian Wall

Art Department

Ken Barley, Frank Bruton, Roy Carnon, Sharon Cartwright, Kenneth Clarke, Ron Cobb, Ken Court, George Djurkovic, John Fenner, Andrew Garnet-Lawson, George Gunning, Peter Hancock, Fred Hole, Robert A. Kennedy, Michael Lamont, Michael Lloyd, David Lusby, Ralph McQuarrie, Dave Middleton, David J. Negron, Bert Rodwell, Eric Shirtcliffe, Keith Short, Hassen Soufi, Charles Torbett, Ed Verreaux, Bob Walker, Bill Welch, Andy Aitken, John Alvin, Richard Amsel, Tony Boxall, Mick Chubbock, Michael Finlay, Taieb Jallouli, Paul James, Tom Jung, Dave Midson, Brian Muir, Kent State, Dave Stevens, William Stout, Drew Struzan, Tony Vice

Sound Department

Richard L. Anderson, Gregg Barbanell, Ben Burtt, Roy Charman, John Dunn, Stephen Hunter Flick, Peter Grives, Howie Hammermann, Gregg Landaker, Mark A. Mangini, Steve Maslow, Kevin O'Connell, Andrew Patterson, George Rice, John Salter, Curt Schulkey, Gary Summers, Bill Varney, Eric Whitfield, Vanessa Theme Ament, Richard L. Anderson, Alan Howarth, Mark A. Mangini, John Roesch, Edward M. Steidele, Lionel Strutt, Carolyn Tapp, Randy Thom

Special Effects by

Chris Condon, Roy Coombes, Peter Dawson, Yves De Bono, Rodney Fuller, Ken Gittens, Terry Glass, Ray Hanson, Trevor Neighbour, Cristi Janaki Rathod, Terry Schubert, Bill Warrington, Kit West, Terry Adlam, Michael Dawson

Visual Effects by

Peter Amundson, Charles Bailey, Craig Barron, William Beck, David Berry, Patricia Blau, Mike Bolles, Marty Brenneis, Kris Brown, Conrad Buff IV, Laura Buff, Scott Caple, Melissa Cargill, Wade Childress, Terry Chostner, Joe Class, Sam Comstock, Dick Dova, Don Dow, Loring Doyle, Richard Edlund, Judy Elkins, John Ellis, Chrissie England, Bob Finley III, Pat Fitzsimmons, Warren Franklin, Dietrich Friesen, Michael Fulmer, Steve Gawley, Tim Geideman, Miki Herman, Edward Hirsh, Paul Huston, Jerry Jeffress, Joe Johnston, Ed Jones, David Kakita, Sylvia Keulen, Kim Knowlton, Neil Krepela, Shirley Lee, Gary Leo, Mike MacKenzie, Alan Maley, Scott Marshall, Cristi McCarthy, Roberto McGrath, John McLeod, Ted Moehnke, Thaine Morris, Duncan Myers, Bill Neil, Bruce Nicholson, Kerry Nordquist, Ease Owyeung, Clint Palmer, Udo Pampel, Michael Pangrazio, Lorne Peterson, Gary Platek, Jason Pomerantz, Bruce Richardson, Nilo Rodis-Jamero, Thomas Rosseter, Wesley Seeds, Kenneth Smith, Thomas G. Smith, Howard Stein, Peter Stolz, Marc Thorpe, John T. Van Vliet, Mark Vargo, Jim Veilleux, Laurie Vermont, Garry Waller, Gene Whiteman, Bess Wiley, Samuel Zolltheis, Chris Crowell, Beth D'Amato, Rejyna Douglass-Whitman


Vic Armstrong, Peter Brace, Gerry Crampton, Peter Diamond, Romo Gorrara, Martin Grace, Reg Harding, Billy Horrigan, Robbie General Lee, Wendy Leech, Terry Leonard, Sergio Mioni, Glenn Randall Jr., Rocky Taylor, Chuck Waters, Bill Weston, Paul Weston, Vic Armstrong, Peter Diamond, Martin Grace, Richard Graydon, Wendy Leech, Terry Leonard, Rick Lester, Carey Loftin

Camera and Electrical Department

Paul Beeson, Alan Brady, Wally Byatt, Albert Clark, Jerry Dunkley, Martin Evans, Jim Kane, Red Lawrence, Colin Manning, Eamonn O'Keeffe, Eva Sereny, Danny Shelmerdine, Chris Tanner, Robin Vidgeon, Chic Waterson, David Worley, Albert Clarke, Wick Finch, Ron Herschman, Bruce Hill, Paul Kenward, Ray Meehan

Costume and Wardrobe Department

Ian Hickinbotham, Xavier Legris, Sue Wain, Rita Wakely, Graham Churchyard

Editorial Department

Duwayne Dunham, Bruce Green, Bob McMillian, Brian Ralph, Phil Sanderson, Colin Wilson, Julie Kahn Zunder

Location Management

Abdelkrim Baccar, Habib Chaari, Bryan Coates, Maile Semitokol

Music Department

Norman Archibald, Eric Crees, Carl Fortina, Malcolm Hall, Paul Kegg, William Lang, London Symphony Orchestra, Maurice Murphy, Herbert W. Spencer, Eric Tomlinson, Kenneth Wannberg, Don Williams, Jerry Williams, Tommy Johnson, Lionel Newman, Tom Raney, Steve Schaeffer, James Thatcher, John Williams, Albert Woodbury

Script and Continuity Department

Maggie Jones, Pamela Mann

Transportation Department

Harry Ueshiro, John Ott, Terry Pritchard

Additional Crew

Simon Atherton, Jane Bay, Tarak Ben Ammar, Arthur Carroll, Gilly Case, Martin Casella, Brock T. Charde, Junior Charles, Michael Culling, Jack Dearlove, Wayne Docksey, Boyce R. Doyle, Jed Edge, Steve Edge, Deborah Fine, Barbara Harley, Felicity Hodder, Laura Kenmore, Kathleen Kennedy, Michael Larkins, Hassam Moossun, Kat Mullaly, J. Daniel Nichols, Daniel Parker, Stefano Priori, Stella Quef, Bonne Radford, Derek Robbins, Patty Rumph, Alan Sutton, Ridha Turki, Michael Bay, Xavier Legris, Jim Steranko


Action, Adventure


Paramount Pictures, Lucasfilm




English, German, Hebrew, Spanish, Arabic, Nepali





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Raiders of the Lost Ark is a 1981 American action-adventure film directed by Steven Spielberg and written by Lawrence Kasdan, based on a story by George Lucas and Philip Kaufman. It stars Harrison Ford, Karen Allen, Paul Freeman, Ronald Lacey, John Rhys-Davies, and Denholm Elliott. Ford portrays Indiana Jones, a globe-trotting archaeologist vying with Nazi German forces in 1936 to recover the long-lost Ark of the Covenant, a relic said to make an army invincible. Teaming up with his tough former lover Marion Ravenwood (Allen), Jones races to stop rival archaeologist Dr. René Belloq (Freeman) from guiding the Nazis to the Ark and its power.

Lucas conceived Raiders of the Lost Ark in the early 1970s. Seeking to modernize the serial films of the early 20th century, he developed the idea further with Kaufman, who suggested the Ark as the film s goal. Lucas eventually focused on developing his 1977 space opera Star Wars. Development on Raiders of the Lost Ark resumed that year when he shared the idea with Spielberg, who joined the project several months later. While the pair had ideas for set pieces and stunts for the film, they hired Kasdan to fill in the narrative gaps between them. Principal photography began in June 1980 on a $20 million budget and concluded the following September. Filming took place on sets at Elstree Studios, England, and on location mainly in La Rochelle, France, Tunisia, and Hawaii.

Though prerelease polling showed little audience interest in the film, especially compared to the superhero film Superman II, Raiders of the Lost Ark became the highest-grossing film of 1981, earning approximately $330.5 million worldwide and played in some theaters for over a year. It was a critical success, receiving praise for its modern take on the serial film, its non-stop action and adventure, and the cast, particularly Ford, Allen, and Freeman. The film was nominated for several awards and, among others, won five Academy Awards, seven Saturn Awards, and one BAFTA.

Raiders of the Lost Ark is considered one of the greatest films ever made and has had a lasting impact on popular culture, spawning a host of imitators across several media, and inspired other filmmakers. The United States Library of Congress selected it for preservation in the National Film Registry in 1999. Raiders of the Lost Ark is the first entry in what would become the Indiana Jones franchise, which includes three more films—Temple of Doom (1984), Last Crusade (1989), and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008)—a television series, video games, comic books, novels, theme park attractions, toys, and an amateur remake. A fifth film is scheduled for release in 2023.

Box Office Budget

$18,000,000 (estimated)

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