In the episode, you'll see the amphitheater, which is around 2,000, the outdoor acrobatics area, the sets (which weighed about 100 tons), the huge rolling rock (12 feet in diameter and weighing about 440 pounds). The idol used in the series is an exact replica of the one in the movie. Jones must face ancient booby traps, from dangerous spikes to false floors before obtaining the treasure. Unfortunately, taking the idol sets off a huge rolling rock that threatens to crush the intrepid hero.
In the exhibition, the rock is twelve feet in diameter and weighs 440 pounds. Better known by his nickname “Indiana”, he is a tenured professor of archaeology at the fictional Marshall College (named after film producer Frank Marshall). Even if you weren't chosen to participate in the show as an extra, you can take home your own piece of the Indiana Jones action. In addition to references to Indiana Jones' first three theatrical films, Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar also alludes to elements of expanded adventures, such as The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles and Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, and the roles of Jock Lindsey in Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods and Adventures later by Indiana Jones: The Story of The Sea Butchers.
You can actually say that Indiana Jones lives in WDW and it will be interesting to see if new additions are coming. All the dishes on the menu have names that cleverly refer to movies, such as Rolling Boulder Sliders, Tanis Tacos, Lao Che's Revenge, Dr. For anyone who has ever dreamt of being in an Indiana Jones movie, the best part of this attraction will undoubtedly be the “casting call”. I did some calculations and found that the rock had a volume of 57,906 cubic feet, along with a granite weight in cubic feet that weighed 168 pounds for a total weight of 9,728,208 pounds.
The Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular was released on August 25, 1989, the same year that the movie Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade was released in theaters. For example, I've been a long-time fan of everything related to Indiana Jones ever since the first movie came out. To contribute to that enthusiasm, Disney purchased the Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade tank, two trucks and two cars from Lucasfilm. Flying bullets, burning vehicles, thrilling stunts and explosions await guests of the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular.
The rock in question is 48 feet in diameter made of solid granite and moves at a speed of 33 feet per second.