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        剧本《夺宝奇兵3》indiana3

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        Indiana Jones and the Last Crusa


        Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)
        by Jeff Boam.
        More info about this movie on imdb.com

        FADE IN:

        EXT. DESERT OF THE AMERICAN SOUTHWEST - DAY

        A mountain peak dominates the landscape.


        TITLES BEGIN.

        Riders on horseback cross the desert. From this distance they appear to be a
        company of Army Cavalry Soldiers.

        CLOSER ANGLES ON THE RIDERS

        reveal only details of saddles, hooves and uniforms. The riders are silhouetted
        against the rising sun as they ride into an ancient CLIFF PUEBLO.

        The OFFICER IN COMMAND raises his hand halting his troops.

        OFFICER
        Dis-mount!

        RIDERS climb down from their mounts... and only now do we realize that
        this is a TROOP OF BOY SCOUTS, all of them about thirteen years of age. The
        "Commanding Officer" is only their SCOUTMASTER, Mr. Havelock.

        One of the Scouts, a pudgy kid named HERMAN, steps away from his horse,
        bends over and pukes. The other Scouts rag on him.

        FIRST SCOUT
        Herman's horsesick!

        A BLOND SCOUT, however, befriends Herman. He has a thatch of straw-colored
        hair and the no-nonsense expression common to kids whose curiosity and appetite
        for knowledge exceed what they teach in school. Additionally, he has adorned his
        uniform with an authentic HOPI INDIAN WOVEN BELT.

        SCOUTMASTER
        Chaps, don't anybody wander off.
        Some of the passageways in here
        can run for miles.

        Two Boy Scouts climb up the rocky base of the cliff.


        INT. THE PASSAGEWAY - DAY

        The two boys head down the passageway. It's dark, and the temperature drops
        several degrees. Spiders have built huge webs that get caught in the boys' hair.

        HERMAN appears very uncertain as to the wisdom of this enterprise, but he's
        drawn on by his companion's adventurous curiosity.


        CONTINUED:

        HERMAN
        I don't think this is such a good
        idea.

        LAUGHTER is HEARD; the Blond Scout pulls Herman forward toward its source.

        The VOICES GROW LOUDER now as the boys get closer to their source. The light
        of kerosene lanterns dances on the tunnel walls ahead. The boys approach
        cautiously, careful to stay hidden.

        HERMAN
        What is it?

        This is what they see:


        FOUR MEN digging with shovels and pick-axes. They have broken into one of the
        pueblo's SECRET CHAMBERS... called "Kivas."

        The men are ROUGH RIDER (his name describes his dress), ROSCOE (a Bowery
        Boy bully of 14) and HALFBREED (with straight black hair that cascades over his
        shoulders).

        And the fourth man wears a LEATHER WAIST JACKET and BROWN FELT
        FEDORA HAT. He has his back turned to us, but we would be willing to bet
        anything that this is INDLANA JONES.

        However, when the man turns, and his face is illuminated by the lantern's glow,
        we are shocked to discover that it is someone else.

        We'll call him FEDORA.

        TITLES END.

        The TWO BOYS are mesmerized by what they see.

        Now we realize that the Blond Scout is actually young INDIANA JONES.

        FEDORA
        Alfred, did you get anything yet?

        MAN
        Nothing. Dig in.

        Two of the men stand and look at ROSCOE who steps forward holding a box in his
        hands.

        ROSCOE
        Hey, I've got something!

        Whoops from the other men.

        ROSCOE
        I got something, Garth!

        CONTINUED: (2)

        ROSCOE rushes forward and gives FEDORA the box. Fedora steps toward a
        lantern resting on a rock.

        ROSCOE
        I got something... I got something
        right here.

        More whoops from the other men.

        FEDORA puts the box on the rock next to the lantern. HALFBREED pushes
        ROSCOE as he jumps with excitement. ROUGH RIDER steps forward to look at the
        box as Fedora opens it.

        ROSCOE
        (more whoops; then)
        Oh, look at thatl
        (more whoops)
        We're richl We're rich!

        HALFBREED
        Shut up. Shut up.

        FEDORA takes a BEJEWELED CROSS from the box and holds it aloft. Fedora's
        comrades practically salivate at the sight of it.

        ROSCOE (O.S.)
        Well, we're rich, ain't we?l

        INDY takes off his hat and looks down at the o.s. action.

        HERMAN
        Indy? Indy? What are they doing?
        Indiana? Indiana?

        INDY
        Shhhl

        FEDORA blows dust from the Cross, turning it in his hand, silently appraising
        its
        beauty... and its value. He seems aloof from the others; somehow superior to
        them.

        HALFBREED
        Hey, we got to find more stuff
        to bring back.

        INDY stays hidden, but is astounded by what he sees.

        INDY
        (hushed; urgent)
        It's the Cross of Coronadol
        Cortes gave it to him in 1521


        CONTINUED: (3)

        FEDORA continues to admire the Cross, then places it on the rock next to its box
        and the lantern.

        INDY turns back to observe the men.

        INDY
        That Cross is an important artifact.
        It belongs in a museum.

        A look of resolve comes into INDY's expression, and he turns back toward
        HERMAN.

        INDY
        Run back and find the others.
        Tell Mister Havelock that there
        are men looting in the caves.

        HERMAN doesn't seem to be listening. Instead, he watches in wide-eyed horror
        as a SNAKE SLITHERS ACROSS HIS LAP.

        INDY
        Have him bring the sheriff.

        INDY matter-of-factly picks up the snake and tosses it aside. HERMAN gasps.

        INDY
        It's only a snake.

        INDY grabs HERMAN's scout scarf and pulls him closer.

        INDY
        Did you hear what I said?

        HERMAN
        Right. Run back. Mister Havelock.
        The Sheriff. What, what are you
        gonna do?

        INDY
        I don't know... I'll think of
        something.

        INDY releases the scarf, gives HERMAN a pat and Herman dashes off. Indy sees
        the Cross on the rock next to the lantern. As the Robbers continue to search for
        additional valuables, Indy is able to work his way unseen to within arm's reach
        of
        the Cross...

        FEDORA looks over at the men digging in a hole b.g.

        FEDORA
        Dig with your hands.

        INDY picks up the Cross.


        CONTINUED: (4)

        FEDORA (O . S . )
        Not with your mouth.

        As FEDORA stands watching the other men digging, INDY puts the Cross in his
        pants and begins to pull himself up a rope hanging nearby. As he climbs, Indy's
        feet break a wooden beam, attracting the men's attention.

        ROSCOE
        He's got our thing!

        HALFBREED
        Get 'im!



        The three Robbers are so eager to get their hands on INDY, they almost knock
        each other over in the attempt.

        Only FEDORA is unperturbed. He casts a disgusted glance in
        the direction of his fleeing companions-then sets off
        after INDY.



        EXT. THECLIFFS - DAY

        INDY EMERGES from the darkness of the Pueblo into the brightness of day.

        He pauses-squints-shields his eyes-looks in all directions.

        INDY
        Mister Havelock! Anybody
        Everybody's lost but me!

        He hears RUNNING FOOTSTEPS BEHIND HIM and dashes off. ROUGH RIDER,
        HALFBREED, and ROSCOE are quick to appear and run after him.

        FEDORA
        There he isl

        MEN
        (AD-LIBS)
        Let's go! Let's get him! Let's
        go!

        Indy jumps from one rock to another; the SCOUT TROOP HORSES are below. Indy
        puts two fingers in his mouth and WHISTLES for his horse, who trots over. Indy
        puts the Cross in his belt.

        INDY PREPARES TO JUMP into the saddle. Hesitates. Then... he JUMPS. But
        the horse moves exactly at the wrong moment and Indy lands flat on his feet in a
        standing position. The impact sends a shock wave up his body that rattles his
        back teeth. Indy stands up and successfully mounts his horse.

        FEDORA AND HIS MEN ARRIVE at the roof's edge in time to see INDY climb into
        the saddle and gallop off.


        CONTINUED:

        INDY
        Hyahl Hyah!



        ROSCOE
        Hey! Come back here!

        FEDORA puts two fingers in his mouth and WHISTLES... and A VINTAGE TRUCK
        AND AUTOMOBILE come ROARING OUT from behind the Pueblo (Driven by two
        more gang members). Now we glimpse...


        THE MAN IN THE PANAMA HAT

        The passenger in the car. His face is concealed by the hat's wide brim. His arm
        is out the window, however, and we see an olive-colored hand protruding from
        the sleeve of an expensive white linen suit. He gestures to the Robbers, now in
        the truck.

        PANAMA HAT
        Come on. Get him!

        INDY SPURS his mount on to greater speeds but the autos not only keep pace
        with his horse... they begin to squeeze in on it.

        Speeding Autos. Thundering hooves. Rushing wind. Flying dust. INDY crouched
        low and leaning forward in the saddle, his heart pounding, his adrenalin
        pumping.

        INDY VEERS OFF in a new direction-toward a RAILROAD TRACK.


        EXT. A CIRCUS TRAIN - DAY

        The train is barreling down the track. INDY rides up beside it. He glances over
        his shoulder and sees the car and truck gaining on him. No other choice... he
        LEAPS FROM HORSE TO TRAIN.

        He clings to the side of a BOXCAR, as HALFBREED and ROUGH RIDER leap from
        the truck onto the train.

        HALFBREED tries to grab INDY, but Indy leaps onto another boxcar. Halfbreed
        runs after him but Indy leaps from the boxcar onto some covered boxes stacked
        on a flatcar.

        INDY loses his balance but regains it. With HALFBREED and ROUGH RIDER still
        running after him, Indy enters the trap door of...


        INT. THE REPTILE CAR - DAY

        and finds himself CRAWLING on a CATWALK suspended from the car's ceiling.
        Several feet below are NUMEROUS VATS containing all manner of reptiles:
        Alligators, crocodiles, giant lizards, etc.


        CONTINUED:

        Then, HALFBREED ENTERS through the trap door-followed by ROUGH RIDER.
        Halfbreed grabs hold of INDY's feet, but Indy kicks at him and he loses his
        grasp.

        INDY crawls away, toward an opening on the opposite side. HALFBREED grabs at
        Indy's feet again; Indy rolls away and we SEE large bins of squirming snakes.

        The combined weight of the three people is more than the catwalk was intended
        for, and the BOLTS BEGIN TO RIP FROM THE CEILING.

        Everyone holds their breath, afraid to make another move. Too late. SEVERAL
        BOLTS TEAR FREE. HALFBREED and ROUGH RIDER SCREAM... but it's Indy's
        end of the catwalk that DROPS DOWN... PLUNGING INDY to the floor of the car.

        He lands hard, with a SPLASH into a vat of water... where he finds himself eye-
        to-eye with an-

        ENORMOUS ANACONDA

        The head of this snake is so damn big, it looks more like a Tyrannosaurus Rex.

        INDY
        Oh...

        INDY jumps back in horror... only to land with a SQUISH into the SNAKE VAT.

        INDY
        Oh... Oh...

        Hundreds of slippery, squirming snakes. INDY sinks into them. They cover him.
        Engulf him. Almost smother him.

        INDY jumps out of the side of the vat, freeing himself.

        INDY locates a clean-out door at the bottom of the car and uses it to escape.

        HALFBREED, meanwhile, tries to open the closed window of the car. He groans.
        ROUGH RIDER moves to assist him.

        ROUGH RIDER
        Here, let me.



        EXT. THE TRAIN- DAY

        INDY stops, checks to see the Cross still lodged in his belt. Suddenly he looks
        worried as he frantically reaches into his shirt, REMOVES A SNAKE FROM and
        tosses it away.

        ROSCOE APPEARS atop the reptile car and manages to grab INDY. Indy kicks at
        him. Roscoe grabs onto the side of the reptile car as Indy moves on to...

        EXT. A FLATCAR - DAY

        INDY climbs over canvas-covered circus equipment. ROSCOE follows, grabbing a
        long stick with a hook on it. He reaches forward and trips Indy, who falls onto
        the roof of the rhino boxcar.


        INT. THE RHINO BOXCAR - DAY

        as a lamp falls from the ceiling with the impact of Indy's fall, hitting a HUGE
        BLACK RHINOCEROS.


        EXT. THE RHINO BOXCAR - DAY

        ROSCOE grabs INDY by the ankle and yanks him off his feet. The two struggle,
        rolling from side to side, coming perilously close to rolling right off the
        edge.
        Things get even more serious when Roscoe PULLS A KNIFE.


        IN THE BOXCAR BELOW

        ... THE FEROCIOUS BLACK RHINO is becoming extremely agitated by the
        commotion going on atop his cage. Finally, he raises his head and THRUSTS HIS
        HORN THROUGH THE ROOF.

        BACK TO THE ROOFTOP

        as the horn SMASHES through the wood only inches from INDY's head. Indy and
        Roscoe stare at the horn in amazement as they continue to struggle.
        SMASH! The horn comes up again-RIGHT BETWEEN INDY'S LEGS.

        INDY
        Holy smokes!


        INDY kicks ROSCOE away. Roscoe rolls to the edge of the car but keeps from
        falling. Indy flips over onto his stomach.


        EXT. THE REPTILE CAR - DAY

        The WOODEN TRAP DOOR EXPLODES as a BULLET is FIRED from within. The
        door is pushed open and HALFBREED and ROUGH RIDER hurry out of the car.


        EXT. THE RHINO BOXCAR - DAY

        INDY gets to his feet-looks ahead-sees a WATER TANK alongside the track
        directly up ahead. Indy gets an idea...

        In an instant, he calculates his approach-times the distance-and LEAPS for
        the tank's WATER SPOUT.


        CONTINUED:

        He catches it perfectly... but his velocity causes the water spout to ROTATE A
        FULL 360 DEGREES. With INDY hanging on, feet kicking, the water spout
        deposits him back on the train, onto the ROOF OF A STOCKCAR, where he looks
        up to see FEDORA walking toward him.

        FEDORA
        Come on, kid. There's no way
        out of this.

        As INDY edges away from FEDORA, a portion of the STOCKCAR'S ROOF
        COLLAPSES and Indy FALLS THROUGH into the car below.


        INT. THE STOCKCAR - DAY

        INDY CRASHES down from above. Dust rises.

        INDY
        Ohhh!

        INDY's eyes take a moment to adjust to the dark. A bit of sunlight leaks in
        through the cracks between the boards.

        Then INDY sees it. At the far end of the boxcar. Rising slowly to its feet... an
        AFRICAN LION. The Lion ROARS. The boxcar walls shake. Indy gasps. Dust
        swirls up into the shafts of sunlight.

        And INDY has one more surprise in store: The Cross of Cortes has been dislodged
        from his belt during the fall...

        INDY glances around, sees a coiled LION TAMER'S WHIP hanging on a nail. He
        carefully takes it down by the handle. The Lion sees this and GROWLS SOFTLY.

        INDY swallows hard and gives the whip a try. It unravels awkwardly, its TIP
        flying back and HITTING INDY IN THE FACE... CUTTING his chin.

        The Lion GROWLS LOUDER. Indy quickly gathers up the whip, wets his lips, and
        tries again. This time-success! The WHIP CRACKS SHARPLY. The Lion
        BELLOWS and SWATS the air... and steps back.

        INDY looks amazed and delighted. He CRACKS the whip again. The Lion backs
        away even more. Indy inches forward-bends down (never taking his eyes off
        the Lion)-picks up the Cross-and steps back again, sweat pouring down his
        face.

        But now... how to get out?

        He looks up at the opening through which he fell and sees FEDORA LOOKING
        DOWN AT HIM. Fedora extends his hand.

        FEDORA
        Toss up the whip.

        EXT. THE ROOFTOP OF STOCKCAR

        FEDORA, assisted by HALFBREED and ROUGH RIDER, "reels" INDY out of the
        Stockcar as the Lion ROARS and lunges and Indy screams.

        The men, including ROSCOE, pull INDY through the hole in the roof. He stands to
        face them as ROUGH RIDER points a gun in his direction.

        FEDORA
        You've got heart, kid.
        (indicates Cross)
        But that belongs to me.

        INDY
        (takes Cross from his belt)
        It belongs to Coronado.

        FEDORA
        (overlapping)
        Coronado is dead. And so are all
        his grandchildren.

        INDY
        This should be in a museum.

        ROSCOE
        Now give me thatl

        ROSCOE makes a grab for the Cross-but INDY doesn't let go. A tug-of-war
        ensues until a SNAKE WIGGLES OUT FROM INDY'S SHIRTSLEEVE and WRAPS
        AROUND Roscoe's hand.

        ROSCOE SCREAMS BLOODY MURDER-releases his grip on the Cross and tries
        to shake off the snake. This is all the opportunity Indy needs. He LEAPS ONTO
        THE NEXT CAR.

        FEDORA
        Don't let him get awayl

        INDY swings down to the caboose. He sees a sign above the caboose door reading
        "DR. FANTASY'S MAGIC CABOOSE."

        INDY
        Magic?

        He glances back at the men and quickly opens the door to the caboose, stepping
        inside.

        FEDORA puts out his arm, gesturing for the others not to follow INDY.

        FEDORA
        Hold it. Make sure he doesn't
        double back.

        INT. THE CABOOSE - DAY

        which contains the circus MAGIC EQUIPMENT. INDY rushes to the rear door of
        the caboose but can't open it. He hears FEDORA coming, and dives into a MAGIC
        BOX.

        FEDORA
        Okay, kid. out of the box.
        Now.

        FEDORA smiles confidently and advances toward the box. The box unexpectedly
        collapses; all four sides flop away... revealing NOTHING. INDY has completely
        vanished.

        FEDORA is mystified, frustrated and angered. Then he feels a breeze at his back.
        He turns and discovers that the caboose door is open. He rushes out onto the
        balcony and sees:

        INDY RUNNING along the tracks, turning up a street of modest clapboard houses.


        FEDORA
        Damn.


        EXT. STREET - SMALL TOWN - DAY

        as INDY runs from the railroad tracks and approaches his house we see the name
        "JONES" painted on the mailbox.

        INDY
        Dad!

        INT. THE HOUSE - DAY

        INDY bursts through the front door holding the Cross in his hand. A Husky
        BARKS as Indy runs past in search of his father.

        INDY
        Dad!

        INDY
        Dad!

        INT. THE STUDY - DAY

        INDY charges in. The study is cluttered with books. Pictures, charts and maps
        clearly reflect the father's passion for Medieval studies.

        PROFESSOR HENRY JONES is absorbed at his desk. In fact, he is studying a very
        ancient parchment volume which lies open on the desk. The page shows a
        beautifully illuminated picture of what might be a stained-glass window. The
        sketch incorporates a series of Roman numerals. The Professor is not just
        studying it, he is copying it into his own notebook.


        CONTINUED:

        We never get to see the PROFESSOR's face in this scene.
        So INDY CHARGES IN.

        INDY
        Dad!

        HENRY
        Out!

        INDY
        It's important!

        HENRY
        Then wait-count to twenty.

        INDY
        No, Dad. You listen to me-

        HENRY
        (now he shouts)
        Junior!

        No question who is the boss here. INDY gulps, his look says "What am I going to
        do with this guy?" And obeys-
        starts counting, VERY, VERY FAINTLY.

        INDY
        One, two, three, four...

        Now we see what HENRY is concentrating on. We see his hand
        sketching; then, he holds up one finger.

        HENRY
        In Greek.

        INDY's reaction:

        INDY
        (louder, in Greek)
        One... two... three... four...

        An ancient car is heard arriving. Perhaps INDY glimpses it going past the
        window. Anyway, it stops outside the house. Two men sit in the front seat.
        HERMAN sits in the rear, BLOWING A TRUMPET.

        INDY's reaction: Trouble!

        HENRY is just finishing the sketch.

        HENRY
        May he who illuminated this...
        illuminate me...

        INT. THE FRONT ROOM - DAY

        The study door is just closing, INDY closing it behind him... just as HERMAN
        comes through the front door, still playing the trumpet.

        INDY reaches for the trumpet, pulling it from HERMAN's mouth. Herman
        continues to spit-right into Indy's face. Indy flinches.

        HERMAN
        I brought the Sheriff.

        HERMAN means the SHERIFF, who now enters the house.


        INDY
        Just the man I want to see! Now,
        there were five or six of them.


        SHERIFF
        (interrupting)
        All right, son.

        INDY
        (overlapping)
        ... they came after... me...


        SHERIFF
        You still got it?

        INDY
        Well, yes, sir. It's right here!

        INDY shows the CROSS, more or less handing it to the SHERIFF to make his
        point. The Sheriff takes it casually.

        SHERIFF
        I'm glad to see that... because
        the rightful owner of this Cross
        won't press charges, if you give
        it back.

        FEDORA enters the house, followed by ROSCOE, ROUGH RIDER and HALFBREED.
        He politely removes his hat and holds it in his hand. He nods at INDY in a
        friendly manner.

        SHERIFF
        He's got witnesses, five or six
        of them.

        The SHERIFF and FEDORA are in Cahoots

        The SHERIFF hands the Cross to FEDORA. ROSCOE reaches in and takes it from
        Fedora, then runs out the door.

        ROSCOE
        Yahoo!

        CONTINUED:

        As ROSCOE runs outside INDY sees-through the screen door-the MAN IN
        THE PANAMA HAT waiting patiently beside the car that is parked out front.
        Roscoe approaches and gives the Man the Cross-the Man hands Roscoe some
        money in exchange.

        The SHERIFF tips his hat and leaves.

        SHERIFF
        Good day.

        FEDORA remains behind for a moment. He turns and speaks to INDY in an ironic
        man-to-man way.

        FEDORA
        You lost today, kid, but that
        doesn't mean you have to like it.

        Then, FEDORA takes off his hat and takes a step towards INDY. He holds the hat
        by the crown, and puts it on Indy's head, a show of respect and admiration for
        the boy. The hat blocks Indy's face.

        CLOSE ON THE TOP OF THE FEDORA HAT

        The hat brim fills the screen. As the brim tilts up, WE SEE the face of FULL
        GROWN INDIANA JONES.

        And... POW!... he's punched in the face while his arms are pinned behind his
        back.

        FADE IN TITLE: "PORTUGUESE COAST-1938"

        PANAMA HAT
        Small world, Doctor Jones.

        INDY
        Too small for two of us.

        THE MAN IN THE PANAMA HAT (years older now) removes the CROSS OF
        CORONADO from Indy's belt.

        PANAMA HAT
        This is the second time I've had
        to reclaim my property from you-

        INDY
        That belongs in a museum-

        PANAMA HAT
        So do you.
        (he moves his eyeline)
        Throw him over the side.

        THE DECK OF A PORTUGUESE CARGO SHIP

        It's NIGHT. RAIN POURS down. We're in the middle of a violent STORM AT SEA.
        Thirty-foot waves crash across the deck.

        The TWO PORTUGUESE SAILORS (who have Indy's arms pinned behind his back)
        propel INDY across the deck toward the rail.

        As they pass a BUNDLE OF FUEL DRUMS, INDY uses the Two Sailors as leverage
        to KICK UP HIS FEET and break open the CLAMP on the metal bands that hold
        the drums together.

        INDY jabs his elbows into the stomachs of the startled Sailors and rushes toward
        the MAN IN THE PANAMA HAT.

        PANAMA HAT sees INDY coming and hurries toward the ladder that leads up to
        the bridge. Indy withstands the force of waves crashing on the deck and makes
        his way to where Panama Hat is climbing the ladder. He pulls him off the ladder
        from behind the two men fall down on the deck. Indy takes the cross back from
        Panama Hat.

        A sailor delivers a powerful blow to Indy's face, sending the cross flying out
        of
        his grip and skittering across the deck. Indy grabs a crowbar and fends off two
        sailors who attack him from the sides.

        INDY sees that the Cross is about to be swept overboard. He lunges for it.

        He SNATCHES UP the Cross only to be knocked down to the deck by a giant wave.
        He struggles to his feet, managing to avoid the giant fuel drums sliding across
        the
        deck around him.

        SEVERAL MORE DRUMS come INDY's way. He sidesteps them all.

        PANAMA HAT
        Grab him, he's getting away!
        Grab him!

        Indy turns around and pummels two sailors with one punch. Indy sees a large
        Stevedore's hook above him and he climbs up on crates to reach it. He grabs a
        hold of the hook and uses it to swing all the way across the deck, narrowly
        avoiding a huge wave behind him. He jumps into the rollicking ocean, still
        holding onto the cross. On the ship, a giant fuel drum rolls wildly, falling
        directly
        onto a crate of TNT. The crate explodes, causing the entire ship to blow,
        sending
        an enormous orange fireball into the sky.

        LONG SHOT - THE BOAT EXPLODING OUT OF THE WATER

        as bits of debris fall from the sky like rain.

        INDY BOBS UP

        in the water amid the debris, holding the Cross in his hand. He grabs for
        something to keep him afloat. It turns out to be one of the ship's LIFE
        PRESERVERS. INDY loops his arm through the preserver.


        CONTINUED:

        Only now do we see the FADED LETTERING on the preserver revealing the
        destroyed ship's name and city of port:

        VAZQUEZ de CORONADO
        BARCELONA

        A SHREDDED PANAMA HAT floats past.

        EXT. COLLEGE - DAY
        Students walk along brick, tree-lined paths.

        INDY (V.O .)
        Archaeology is...


        INT. COLLEGE LECTURE HALL - DAY

        DISSOLVE TO:

        INDY, dressed in professorial tweeds, stands before his class. He turns to the
        blackboard with a piece of chalk and writes the word: "FACT."

        INDY
        ... the search for fact. Not truth.
        If it's truth you're interested
        in, Doctor Tyree's Philosophy
        class is right down the hall.

        Laughter.

        INT. CORRIDOR - DAY

        INDY
        So forget any ideas you've got
        about lost cities, exotic travel,
        and digging up the world. Eve
        do not follow maps to buried
        treasure and "X" never, ever,
        marks the spot.


        MARCUS BRODY approaches Indy's classroom. He peers through the window in
        the door to see INDY completing his lecture.

        INDY
        Seventy percent of all archaeology
        is done in the library. Research.
        Reading.


        INT. LECTURE HALL - DAY

        BRODY enters the lecture hall and stands at the rear of the room.


        CONTINUED:

        INDY
        We cannot afford to take mythology
        at face value.

        The BELL RINGS. INDY stands at his desk as students begin to disperse. A
        pretty coed puts a note on the desk.

        INDY
        Next week: "Egyptology." Starting
        with the excavation of Naukratis
        by Blinders Petrie in 1885. I will
        be in my office if anybody's got
        any problems for the next hour
        and a half.

        BRODY approaches as the last of the students leaves the lecture hall.

        INDY
        Marcus!
        (slaps his pocket)
        I did it!

        BRODY
        You've got itl

        INDY removes the cloth-wrapped Cross from his desk. He places it on the desk
        and takes off his glasses as BRODY examines the Cross.

        INDY
        You know how long I've been
        looking for that?!

        BRODY
        All your life.

        INDY
        All my life!


        BRODY
        Well done, Indy. Very well done,
        indeed This will find a place
        of honor in our Spanish collection.

        INDY gathers up his books and makes his way toward the door.

        INDY
        We can discuss my honorarium over
        dinner and champagne tonight.

        He turns back toward BRODY, now holding the Cross.

        INDY
        Your treat.

        BRODY
        Yes. My treat.

        INT. INDY'S OUTER OFFICE - DAY

        Bursting with STUDENTS, all competing for his attention at once: "Professor
        Jones! " "Doctor Jonesl " etc., etc.

        INDY
        Shush! Shush! Shushl

        INDY shoulders his way to the desk of his secretary, an overwhelmed Teaching
        Assistant named IRENE.

        IRENE
        Doctor Jones! I'm so glad you're
        back! Your mail is on your desk.
        Here are your phone messages.

        MALE STUDENT
        Doctor Jones, you promised...
        Doctor Jones-

        IRENE
        This is your appointment schedule.
        And these term papers still haven't
        been graded.

        INDY takes the term papers then turns to enter his PRIVATE OFFICE. Students
        once again CLAMOR for his attention: "Doctor Jones!" "Wait, Doctor Jonesl"
        "My grade!" "Sign my registration card!"

        INDY silences the mob with a raised hand.

        INDY
        (very efficiently)
        Okay. Irene, put everyone's name
        on a list, in the order they
        arrived, and I'll see each and
        every one of them in turn.

        The Students descend upon poor IRENE, each claiming to be first. INDY slips into
        his -

        PRIVATE OFFICE

        where he goes to his desk and finds a thick envelope with a foreign postmark on
        it.

        INDY
        (softly; reading)
        "Venice, Italy."

        Then, INDY stuffs his mail into his coat pockets, goes to the WINDOW, slides it
        open and STEPS OUT INTO THE GARDEN.


        EXT. SIDE OF COLLEGE BUILDING - DAY

        INDY escapes through the garden.

        EXT. FRONT OF COLLEGE BUILDING - DAY

        INDY walks briskly toward the street; smiling, erUoying his freedom. As he
        arrives at the curb, a LONG BLACK PACKARD SEDAN pulls up before him.


        MAN (O.S.)
        Doctor Jonesl

        THREE MEN step out of the sedan. Everything about them bespeaks "G-MAN."
        The First Man steps behind Indy.

        MAN
        Doctor Jones?

        INT. PENTHOUSE APARTMENT - DAY

        INDY is ushered into a large Art Deco apartment and left alone. Numerous
        museum-quality artifacts are displayed around the room. Indy takes this
        opportunity to examine them.

        After a moment, WALTER DONOVAN enters from across the room. During the
        brief time that the door is open, we HEAR a COCKTAIL PARTY going on in the
        next room: VOICES and SOFT PIANO MUSIC.

        DONOVAN strides across the room toward INDY. Although in his late fifties,
        Donovan has the broad shoulders and trim physique of a much younger man.
        Dressed in a tuxedo, he exudes both confidence and power.

        DONOVAN
        I trust your trip down was
        comfortable, Doctor Jones. My
        men didn't alarm you, I hope.

        He shakes hands with INDY.

        DONOVAN
        My name is Donovan. Walter Donovan.

        INDY
        I know who you are Mr. Donovan.
        Your contributions to the museum
        over the years have been extremely
        generous. Some of the pieces in
        your collection here are very
        impressive.

        DONOVAN
        Well, like yourself, Doctor Jones,
        I have a passion for antiquities.
        (beat)
        Have a look over here. This might
        interest you.


        CONTINUED:

        DONOVAN goes to a table where an object is wrapped in cloth. He throws back
        the cloth revealing a flat STONE TABLET-about two feet square, inscribed with
        letters and symbols.

        INDY looks impressed. He puts on his glasses to make a closer examination.

        INDY
        Well, it's sandstone. Christian
        symbol. Early Latin text. Mid-
        Twelfth Century, I should think.

        DONOVAN
        That was our assessment as well.

        INDY
        Where did this come from?

        DONOVAN
        My engineers unearthed it in the
        mountain region north of Ankara
        while excavating for copper.
        (beat)
        Can you translate the inscription?

        Translating the inscription is no easy matter, even for someone as knowledgeable
        as INDY.

        INDY
        (stumbling through it)
        "... who drinks the water I shall
        give him, says the Lord, will have
        a spring inside him welling up
        for eternal life. Let them bring
        me to your holy mountain in the
        place where you dwell.

        Donovan pours champagne into several fluted glasses as Indy reads.

        INDY
        Across the desert and through
        the mountain to the Canyon of
        the Crescent Moon, to the Temple
        where the cup that-"

        Suddenly INDY stops and looks up at DONOVAN with a startled expression.

        INDY
        "Where the cup that holds the
        blood of Jesus Christ resides
        forever. "

        (CONT'D)


        CONTINUED: (2)

        DONOVAN
        (reverently)
        The Holy Grail, Doctor Jones.
        The chalice used by Christ during
        the Last Supper. The cup that
        caught His blood at the Crucifixion
        and was entrusted to Joseph of
        Arimathaea.

        INDY rubs his chin with a dubious expression as he takes the glass of champagne
        DONOVAN now offers him.

        INDY
        The Arthur Legend. I've heard
        this bedtime story before.

        DONOVAN
        Eternal life, Doctor Jones! The
        gift of youth to whoever drinks
        from the Grail.
        (beat)
        Oh, now that's a bedtime story I'd
        like to wake up to!

        INDY
        An old man's dream.

        DONOVAN
        Every man's dream.
        (beat)
        Including your father's, I believe.

        INDY stiffens slightly at the mention of his father, nods.

        INDY
        Grail lore is his hobby.
        He's a teacher of Medieval
        Literature. The one the students
        hope they don't get.

        The door opens and MRS. DONOVAN steps into the room. She's a matronly
        woman in an expensive evening gown.

        MRS. DONOVAN
        Walter, you're neglecting our
        guests.

        DONOVAN
        Be along in a moment, dear.

        He leans over and kisses her cheek. MRS. DONOVAN sighs to herself and returns
        to the party. INDY, meanwhile, has turned his attention back to the Grail
        Tablet,
        obviously hooked by its archaeological promise. He moistens his finger with
        champagne and rubs it over the tablet. DONOVAN steps up next to Indy.


        CONTINUED: (3)

        DONOVAN
        Hard to resist, isn't it? The
        Holy Grail's final resting place
        described in detail!

        INDY
        What good is it? This Grail
        Tablet speaks of deserts and
        mountains and canyons. Pretty
        vague. Where do you start
        looking? Maybe if the Tablet were
        intact, you'd have something to
        go on. But the entire top
        portion is missing.

        DONOVAN
        Just the same, an attempt to
        recover the Grail is currently
        underway.

        INDY has to shake his head at DONOVAN's apparent lack of judgment.

        DONOVAN
        Let me tell you another "bedtime
        story, " Doctor Jones.
        After the Grail was entrusted
        to Joseph of Arimathaea, it
        disappeared and was lost for a
        thousand years before it was found
        again by three Knights of the
        First Crusade. Three brothers,
        to be exact.

        INDY
        I've heard this one as well.
        Two of these brothers walked out
        of the desert one hundred and
        fifty years after having found
        the Grail and began the long
        journey back to France. But
        only one of them made it. And
        before dying of extreme old
        age, he supposedly imparted
        his tale to a-to a Franciscan
        friar, I think.

        DONOVAN
        Not "supposedly," Doctor Jones.

        DONOVAN produces an ANCIENT LEATHER-BOUND VOLUME with very brittle
        pages. INDY views the manuscript with considerable interest.


        CONTINUED: (4)

        DONOVAN
        This is the manuscript in which
        the friar chronicled the Knight's
        story... it doesn't reveal on
        location of the Grail, I'm afraid...
        but the Knight promised that two
        "markers" that had been left
        behind would.
        (indicates the Tablet)
        This Tablet is one of those
        "markers." It proves the Knight's
        story is true. But as you pointed
        out-it's incomplete.
        (beat)
        Now, the second "marker" is
        entombed with the Knight's dead
        brother. Our project leader
        believes that tomb to be located
        within the city of Venice, Italy.
        (beat)
        As you can now see, Doctor Jones,
        we're about to complete a great
        quest that began almost two
        thousand years ago. We're only
        one step away.

        INDY
        That's usually when the ground
        falls out from underneath your
        feet.

        DONOVAN
        You could be more right than you
        know.

        INDY
        Yes?

        DONOVAN
        We've hit a snag. our project
        leader has vanished. Along with
        all his research. Uh, we received
        a cable from his colleague, Doctor
        Schneider, who has no idea of his
        whereabouts or what's become of
        him.
        (beat)
        I want you to pick up the trail
        where he left off. Find the man
        and you will find the Grail.


        CONTINUED: (5)

        INDY
        You've got the wrong Jones, Mister
        Donovan. Why don't you try my
        father?

        DONOVAN
        (after a pause)
        We already have. Your father is
        the man who's disappeared.


        EXT. A RESIDENTIAL STREET - DAY

        A FORD COUPE speeds down the tree-lined street.

        EXT. PROFESSOR HENRY JONES' HOUSE - DAY

        The Ford coupe pulls up in front of the house. INDY climbs from the car and
        hurries up the walkway. BRODY is a step behind.

        BRODY
        Your father and I have been
        friends since time began. I've
        watched you grow up, Indy. And
        I've watched the two of you grow
        apart.
        (beat)
        I've never seen you this concerned
        about him before.

        They climb the porch and notice that the front door is ajar. They exchange a
        quick look of concern as they enter.

        INT. THE HOUSE - LATE AFTERNOON

        INDY approaches the half-open front door.


        INDY
        Dad?
        (to BRODY)
        He's an academic A bookworm.
        He's not a field mans

        He pushes open the door. He enters the house and calls out.

        INDY
        Dad? Dad?

        INDY opens one half of the curtains dividing the hall from the sitting room.

        We see the place has been ransacked.


        CONTINUED:

        BRODY sees INDY's face and opens the other half.

        BRODY
        Dear God.

        They walk into the room.


        BRODY
        What has the old fool got
        himself into now?

        INDY
        I don't know. But whatever it
        is, he's in over his head!

        BRODY picks up some mail from Henry's cluttered desk.

        INDY
        Dad?

        BRODY
        It's today's mail. And it's been
        opened.

        INDY turns and sees the pile of torn papers and envelopes. Then something hits
        him.

        INDY
        Mail! That's it, Marcus!

        He immediately empties his pockets of his own mail taken earlier in the day from
        his college office and finds the envelope with the Venice postmark.

        INDY
        (as he tears it open)
        Venice, Italy!

        BRODY
        What is it?


        INDY uncovers a small book. It looks like a JOURNAL or
        DIARY. Indy flips through it: Page after page of
        handwritten notes and drawings. BRODY glances at it with
        great curiosity.

        INDY
        It's Dad's Grail Diary. Every
        clue he ever followed. Every
        discovery he made. A complete
        record of his search for the Holy
        Grail. This is his whole life.
        Why would he have sent this to me?


        CONTINUED: (2)

        BRODY
        I don't know. But someone must
        want it pretty badly.

        INDY
        Do you believe, Marcus?

        As INDY asks the question, he turns to a PAINTING on the wall: A depiction of
        Christ on the Cross, his blood being captured in a golden chalice.

        A SECOND PAINTING on the wall shows Eleventh Century Crusaders plummeting
        to their deaths over a high cliff. One Crusader, however, floats safely in
        midair
        because he holds the Grail in his hands.

        INDY
        Do you believe the Grail actually
        exists?

        BRODY
        The search for the Cup of Christ
        is the search for the divine in all
        of us.

        BRODY sees that INDY is unsatisfied by this response.

        BRODY
        But if you want facts, Indy, I
        have none to give you. At my age,
        I'm prepared to take a few things
        on faith.

        INDY
        Call Donovan, Marcus. Tell him
        I'll take that ticket to Venice
        now.

        BRODY
        I'll tell him we'll take two.


        EXT. AIRFIELD - DAY

        A LIMO is parked beside a PRIVATE AIRLINER that bears the DONOVAN
        CORPORATE LOGO. BRODY peers inside to DONOVAN and INDY.

        BRODY
        Tell me, what's going to happen
        when we get to Venice?

        DONOVAN
        (overlapping)
        Don't worry. Doctor Schneider will
        be there to meet you.

        CONTINUED:

        BRODY
        (overlapping)
        Schneider?

        DONOVAN
        (overlapping)
        I maintain an apartment in Venice,
        at your disposal.

        BRODY
        Oh, well. That's good. Thank
        you.

        BRODY and DONOVAN shake hands. INDY steps from the back seat of the limo.
        He turns back to Donovan and shakes his hand.

        DONOVAN
        Doctor Jones. Good luck. Be
        very careful. Don't trust anvbody.


        INT. AIRLINER - FLYING - DAY

        INDY opens the Grail Diary and thoughtfully turns through the pages. He stops
        at one page and glances at a PENCIL SKETCH of what might be a stained-glass
        window. Below the sketch is a SERIES OF NUMBERS.


        EXT. THE PRIVATE AIRLINER - FLYING - DAY

        SUPERIMPOSED over a MAP that traces a course from New York City to Venice,
        Italy.

        DISSOLVE TO:


        EXT. VENICE - BOAT LANDING - DAY

        INDY and BRODY disembark from the Water Bus onto the Boat Landing as other
        Gondoliers steer their boats in the water.

        INDY
        Ah, Venice...

        BRODY
        Yes. Uh, how will we recognize
        this Doctor Schneider when we
        see him?

        INDY
        I don't know. Maybe he'll know
        us.


        CONTINUED:

        Suddenly a WOMAN comes up to him. Attractive features. Blonde hair. Eyes
        that are bright and intelligent.

        ELSA
        Doctor Jones?

        INDY
        Yes?

        ELSA
        I knew it was you-

        She looks at him with an appraising expression that is brazenly flirtatious.

        ELSA
        -you have your father's eyes.

        INDY is instantly attracted to her.

        INDY
        And my mother's ears. But the
        rest belongs to you.

        ELSA
        Looks like the best parts have
        already been spoken for.

        INDY grins, enjoying the repartee. The WOMAN turns to BRODY, who tips his hat.

        ELSA
        Marcus Brody?

        BRODY
        That's right.

        The Woman, DR. ELSA SCHNEIDER, extends her hand to BRODY.

        ELSA
        (introducing herself)
        Doctor Elsa Schneider.

        INDY's grin fades. BRODY registers a look of surprise.

        BRODY
        Uh... how do you do?

        CUT TO:


        EXT. VENICE CANAL - DAY

        INDY, BRODY and ELSA walk along the narrow canal, lined with buildings on
        either side.


        CONTINUED:

        ELSA
        The last time I saw your father
        we were in the library. He was
        very close to tracking down the
        Knight's Tomb. I've never seen
        him so excited. He was as giddy
        as a schoolboy.

        INDY
        Who? Attila the Professor? He
        was never giddy, even when he was
        a schoolboy!

        INDY can't take his eyes off ELSA. Perhaps he's feeling a bit like a schoolboy
        himself right now. As they cross over a bridge to the opposite side of the
        canal,
        Indy steals a flower from a street vendor. He holds it out to Elsa.

        INDY
        Fraulein-will you permit me?

        ELSA
        I usually don't.

        INDY
        I usually don't either.

        ELSA
        In that case, I permit you.

        INDY gives her the flower.

        INDY
        It would make me very happy.

        ELSA
        But I'm already sad-by tomorrow
        it will have faded.

        INDY
        Tomorrow I'll steal you another.

        BRODY
        (cutting in)
        I hate to interrupt you-but the
        reason we're here-

        ELSA
        (interrupting)
        Yes. I have something to show
        you.

        She hands a slip of paper to INDY.


        CONTINUED: (2)

        ELSA
        I left your father working in
        the library. He sent me to the
        map section to fetch an ancient
        plan of the city. When I got back
        to his table-he'd gone-with
        all his papers-except for that
        scrap which I found near his chair.

        INDY extends the scrap of paper to BRODY.

        INDY
        Roman numerals.


        EXT. VENICE PIAZZA - DAY

        ELSA leads INDY and BRODY into the large piazza. People walk about and sit at
        tables in front of a large building.

        ELSA
        Here is the library.

        They have arrived at the front steps of the library.

        INDY
        That doesn't look much like a
        library.

        BRODY
        It looks like a converted church.

        ELSA leads the way inside.


        INT. THE LIBRARY - DAY

        INDY, BRODY and ELSA enter, their heels CLICKING across the marble floor.

        We notice, along with INDY and BRODY, that the library contains many stained-
        glass windows.

        ELSA
        In this case it's the literal
        truth. We're on holy ground.
        These columns over here...

        She indicates FOUR HUGE MARBLE COLUMNS that go from floor to ceiling.

        ELSA
        ... were brought back as spoils
        of war after the sacking of
        Byzantium during the Crusades.


        CONTINUED:

        INDY glances at the Columns, then notices a Stained-Glass Window that depicts a
        Knight of the Crusades. Indy lingers for a moment in front of the window.

        ELSA
        Now please excuse me. The library's
        closing in a few moments. I'll
        arrange for us to stay a little
        longer.

        The minute ELSA is out of earshot.

        INDY
        Marcus-I've seen this window
        before.

        BRODY
        Where?

        INDY whips out the Grail Diary and opens it to the sketch he noticed in the
        airplane.

        INDY
        Right here. In Dad's Diary.
        You see?

        BRODY glances at the Diary, then at the window-noticing that the Roman
        numerals in question have been worked into the window's design.

        BRODY
        Look, Indy. The Roman numerals!

        INDY
        Dad was onto something here!

        BRODY
        Well, now we know the source of
        the numbers, but we still don't
        know what they mean.

        INDY and BRODY now see ELSA approaching. Indy quickly tucks the Diary back
        into his pocket.

        INDY
        (explaining to Brody)
        My dad sent me this Diary for a
        reason. Until we find out why,
        I suggest we keep it to ourselves.

        ELSA
        Find something?

        INDY doesn't reply. He's looking in five directions at once. His eyes moving
        across the walls and ceilings-charged with the thrill of discovery.


        CONTINUED: (2)

        BRODY
        (to ELSA)
        Uh, yes. Three, seven and tent
        That window seems to be the source
        of the Roman numerals.

        ELSA
        My God, I must be blind

        INDY
        Dad wasn't looking for a book
        about the Knight's Tomb... he was
        looking for the Tomb itself

        ELSA wears a blank expression.

        INDY
        Don't you get it? The Tomb is
        somewhere in the library! You
        said yourself it used to be a
        church! Look.

        INDY's eyes travel up one of the four huge marble columns.

        INDY
        Three.

        INDY looks again to the stained-glass window. He points.

        INDY
        Three!

        INDY has discovered that each Column is numbered with a Roman Numeral. Indy
        hurries away toward Column VII. All BRODY and ELSA can do now is try to keep
        up with him.

        INDY
        Seven.

        He points again to the stained-glass window.

        INDY
        Seven... Ten.

        He looks down to the scrap of paper in his hands.

        INDY
        And ten. Now where's the ten?
        Look around for the ten.

        INDY walks past aisles of book-lined shelves. He stops, turns, then looks down.


        CONTINUED: (3)

        INDY
        Three, seven and ten.

        He climbs a spiral staircase leading up to a LOFT and looks down at BRODY and
        ELSA. The floor beneath their feet is an elaborate tile design containing a huge
        "X"-visible only from this higher angle.

        INDY
        Ten.
        (wryly; to himself)
        "X" marks the spot.

        INDY rushes down the staircase and goes to the CENTER TILE where the two
        sides of the X intersect. He blows dust away from the tile and tries to pry it
        up,
        but cannot.

        INDY rushes past BRODY to a cordon held in place by a brass stand underneath
        the stained-glass window.

        INDY raises the brass stand and timing his actions, hits the tile precisely as
        the
        Librarian stamps a book. The Librarian regards the stamper curiously.

        INDY continues to pound at the tile as the Librarian resumes his stamping, still
        puzzled by the SOUND ECHOING through the library.

        Finally INDY breaks the tile. As he bends to remove the pieces of broken tile, a
        TWO-FOOT SQUARE HOLE IS REVEALED.

        Cold air and a wet, rancid smell escape from the hole.

        INDY
        Bingo.

        ELSA
        You don't disappoint, Doctor Jones.
        You're a great deal like your
        father.

        INDY
        Except he's lost, and I'm not.

        ELSA
        Lower me down.

        INDY is impressed with Elsa's spirit, and cooperates agreeably-holding her by
        the hands and lowering her into the hole. When her feet finally touch ground
        below, Indy releases his grip on her and slips the Grail Diary to BRODY.

        INDY
        Look after this for me, will you?

        Then INDY disappears into the hole.

        INT. CATACOMBS BELOW LIBRARY - DAY

        INDY jumps down a steep step. He reaches back to help ELSA.

        INDY
        Come on.

        INDY and ELSA glance around. This is really a horrid place. Dark and dank.
        foul smelling. Elsa turns. She removes a cigarette lighter with a unique ivory
        four-leaf clover design.

        INDY and ELSA inspect markings carved onto the walls.

        ELSA
        Pagan symbols. Fourth or Fifth
        Century.

        INDY
        Right. Six hundred years before
        the Crusades.

        ELSA
        The Christians would have dug
        their own passages and burial
        chambers centuries later.

        INDY takes the lighter from her and lights their way down a dark passageway.

        INDY
        That's right. If there's a
        Knight of the First Crusade
        entombed down here, that's where
        we'll find him.


        INT. LIBRARY - DAY

        THREE MEN carrying guns make their way down the spiral staircase toward an
        unsuspecting BRODY. One of the Men, KAZIM, raises his gun and brings it down
        hard on Brody's head.

        BRODY
        Ohhhh. . .

        KAZIM gestures with his gun toward the now-unconscious BRODY. The other two
        men take Brody's hands and drag him into one of the book-lined aisles.

        INT. ANOTHER PART OF THE CATACOMBS - DAY

        DECOMPOSING CORPSES rest in niches carved into the stone walls. Grotesque
        skeletal remains with rotting linen stretched across blackened bones.

        INDY holds the lighter up as he and ELSA inspect symbols carved into the walls.


        CONTINUED:

        ELSA spots a symbol cut into the wall that she doesn't recognize. As she blows
        away some cobwebs:

        ELSA
        What's this one?

        INDY only has to give it a quick glance to know.

        INDY
        The Ark of the Covenant.

        ELSA
        Are you sure?

        INDY
        (deadpan)
        Pretty sure.

        INDY holds the lighter up and he and ELSA enter another dark passageway.

        ANOTHER PART OF THE CATACOMBS

        INDY steps to the wall and runs his hand over the stone. He scrapes the cobwebs
        away to reveal the ROMAN NUMERAL "X."

        INDY
        Watch out.

        ELSA now holds the lighter as INDY rams his shoulder into the wall. The wall
        collapses on impact and Indy falls through into another room.


        ANOTHER ROOM - THE CATACOMBS

        as INDY falls through the hole in the wall onto rocks surrounded by bubbling,
        green, slimy liquid. More skeletons surround him, resting in their carved
        niches.
        ELSA holds the lighter as she peers in at him through the hole in the wall.

        INDY
        Petroleum. I could sink a well
        down here and retire.

        INDY reaches up and tears a piece of cloth from one of the skeletons, which
        breaks apart and falls into the oil-slick water.

        INDY uses the scrap of cloth and a bone to fashion a crude torch, which he then
        dips into the oily water.

        INDY
        Give me the lighter.

        ANOTHER PART OF THE CATACOMBS

        Using the cloth-wrapped bone torch to guide their way, INDY and ELSA come
        upon a NARROW PASSAGEWAY. The water is knee-deep and TEEMING WITH
        RATS. Thousands of them Crawling on one another's backs. SQUEALING.
        Squirming. Thrashing in the water.

        INDY
        Oh, rats...

        ELSA gasps as the rats scamper between her legs.

        INDY moves forward through the rat-infested water as ELSA follows, still gasping
        in horror. Suddenly he slips into a hole. Recovering his balance, he reaches out
        to Elsa.

        INDY
        Come onl

        She gasps once again, terrified. INDY lifts her and carries ELSA as he moves
        forward.


        THE CATACOMBS - THE HOLE IN THE WALL

        KAZIM and his men step to the opening Indy made earlier and shine their
        flashlights through to the rat-infested water.

        ANOTHER PART OF THE CATACOMBS

        More rat-infested water as ELSA, now walking again, follows INDY through
        another passageway lined with skulls and bones.

        INDY reaches for a wall to steady himself and inadvertently grabs a skeleton. A
        bone comes loose in his hand as rats scurry about and leap at him from all
        directions.

        He takes a moment to compose himself, then steps across the water to ELSA's
        side. He steps into the water, then reaches up to help Elsa do the same.

        INDY
        Come here.

        LARGE BURIAL CHAMBER

        The chamber is flooded with black, briny water.

        INDY
        Look. . .

        In the center of the chamber, jutting up above the water, is what amounts to an
        "island altar" on which SEVERAL ANCIENT COFFINS rest. They move toward the
        altar.


        CONTINUED:

        INDY and ELSA begin to inspect the ornately carved COFFINS like the scholars of
        antiquity that they are. These are big oak caskets held together by straps of
        etched brass.

        INDY
        It must be one of these...

        ELSA
        Look at the artistry of these
        carvings and the scrollwork.

        One coffin is elevated above the others.

        ELSA
        It's this one.

        Together they begin to push on the lid-STRAINING and GROANING until it
        slides away and BANGS against the stone platform.


        INSIDE THE COFFIN

        lie the DECOMPOSED REMAINS of a KNIGHT IN ARMOR. INDY and ELSA look
        in...Elsa gasps.

        INDY
        This is itl we found it! Look-
        the engraving on the Shield. It's
        the same as on the Grail Tablets
        The Shield is the Second Marker!

        INDY unfolds a piece of paper and holds it over the shield.

        ELSA
        What's that?

        INDY
        It's a rubbing Dad made of the
        Grail Tablet.

        The missing portion of the rubbing is completed by the shield.

        ELSA
        Just like your father-giddy
        as a schoolboy.

        INDY laughs.

        ELSA
        Wouldn't it be wonderful if he
        were here now to see this?

        INDY
        (chuckles)
        He never would have made it past
        the rats!He hates rats!He's
        scared to death of them!

        CLOSE - A HAND

        as it lights a match.

        PULL BACK TO REVEAL KAZIM dropping the lighted match into the oil-slick
        water.


        INDY AND ELSA

        ELSA holds the torch. INDY looks around. Listens. Something is wrong. And
        then he sees the GLOW OF FIRELIGHT dancing across the Catacomb walls.

        This is followed by THOUSANDS OF RATS FLEEING from around the corner of the
        Narrow Passageway, STAMPEDING toward ELSA and INDY-SHRIEKING and
        SQUEALING as they approach.

        The rats literally wash over them-like a rodent tidal wave-in their efforts to
        escape a:

        HUGE ORANGE BALL OF FIRE

        ROARING around the corner hurtling towards them-feeding on the oil slick;
        consuming the oxygen.

        ELSA SCREAMS.

        INDY
        Get back! Back against the wall.

        INDY braces his back against the altar and TOPPLES THE COFFIN with his feet.
        It CRASHES against the stone platform and SPLASHES into the water.

        INDY
        Quick! Under it!

        They jump into the water beside the bobbing, overturned coffin.

        INDY
        Air pocket!

        ELSA hesitates. INDY literally DUNKS her and pushes her underneath.


        UNDER THE COFFIN

        ELSA surfaces into the air pocket created by the coffin, SPUTTERING and
        SPITTING.

        Now INDY pops up into the air pocket. He looks at ELSA-they are both soaking
        wet.

        INDY
        Don't wander off.


        CONTINUED:

        ELSA
        What?

        INDY disappears under the water and swims out from under the coffin.

        ELSA
        What?

        UNDER THE WATER

        INDY swims, looking for an escape route.

        UNDER THE COFFIN

        The rats are beginning to force their way inside, swimming through the water
        and climbing on ELSA, who squirms and screams in terror.

        INDY pops back up through the water.

        INDY
        I think I've found a way out.
        Deep breath.

        ELSA groans. They take a deep breath and both dive under the water.


        EXT. VENICE PIAZZA - OUTDOOR CAFE - DAY

        The perfect picture postcard-St. Mark's Square and the Grand Canal beyond.
        Cafe customers are startled to see INDY and ELSA climb out of the sewer, wet
        and smelly. Indy looks around at the postcard-perfect setting and smiles.

        INDY
        (wryly)
        Ah, Venicel

        Indy's delight, however, is short-lived since KAZIM and TWO OTHER TURKISH
        AGENTS are running towards them with drawn guns.

        He grabs ELSA by the hand and the two of them run down the dock and LEAP
        INTO A MOTORBOAT.


        INT. THE MOTORBOAT - DAY

        INDY fires up the engine and pulls away from the dock... but not before a
        Turkish Agent JUMPS in with him.

        ELSA grabs the wheel and begins to steer the boat while INDY and the Turk trade
        punches.

        EXT. THE HARBOR - DAY

        Indy's Speedboat BOUNCES across the choppy waters heading in the direction of
        the DOCKED STEAMSHIP.

        KAZIM and his men rush to TWO MORE SPEEDBOATS tied to the dock.

        They chase after INDY.

        INDY grapples with the Turkish Agent. As Indy grips his arms, we SEE a GUN in
        the Agent's hand. It FIRES.

        As INDY fights with the Turk, he becomes aware of the Speedboats behind him
        and two enormous Freighters ahead of him, joined together by two giant ropes.

        INDY, having gained the advantage, leans on top of the Turkish Agent.

        INDY
        (to ELSA)
        Are you crazy?! You don't go
        between them!

        ELSA can barely hear INDY over the noise of the motor.

        ELSA
        Go between them? Are you crazy?!

        INDY finally delivers the punch that sends the Turkish Agent flying overboard.
        Turning, Indy sees that ELSA has committed the speedboat to a course BETWEEN
        the two Freighters, now being pushed even closer together by a Tugboat.

        INDY
        I said go around!

        ELSA
        You said go between them!

        INDY
        I said don't go between them!

        It's purely academic at this point since the hulls of the the two Freighters
        loom
        up on either side of them like cavern walls.


        EXT. FULL SHOT - THE HARBOR - DAY

        One Enemy Speedboat chases INDY between the two Freighters. But the Speedboat
        containing KAZIM veers off and goes around.


        EXT. BETWEEN THE TWO FREIGHTERS - DAY

        It's a race for daylight as the two Freighters drift ever closer to one another.

        Indy's Speedboat just manages to squeeze through the gap. But the Enemy
        Speedboat EXPLODES as it is crushed between the two Freighters, FLYING INTO
        THE AIR and SPLASHING back down into the water.

        INDY AND ELSA

        spin their boat around in a sharp half-circle to see KAZIM'S SPEEDBOAT appear
        racing toward them. He stands in the moving boat, FIRING A MACHINE GUN at
        INDY and ELSA.


        KAZIM'S SPEEDBOAT

        matches Indy's move for move.

        FULL SHOT - THE HARBOR

        The two boats race across the water nearly side-by-side. A CHATTERING
        MACHINE GUN from Kazim's boat SPLINTERS the wood of Indy's boat, until
        finally the rear of the boat CATCHES ON FIRE.

        The machine gun runs out of ammunition. KAZIM puts it down and takes control
        of the wheel from one of the Turkish Agents in the boat with him.

        As Indy's boat drifts toward the GIANT, TURNING PROPELLERS at the STERN of
        ANOTHER STEAMER, Kazim's boat draws up alongside and hits them. INDY
        steps into Kazim's boat. He knocks one of the Turkish Agents to the deck, then
        turns his attention to KAZIM. The two men trade punches as the boat spins
        helplessly in the churning water.

        ELSA
        No!!

        INDY kicks KAZIM in the face, knocking him into the water, then pulls him back
        into the boat, now being SUCKED THROUGH THE CHURNING WATER toward the
        Steamer's giant propeller blades.

        INDY
        Why are you trying to kill us?

        KAZIM
        Because you're looking for the
        Holy Grail.

        INDY
        My father was looking for the
        Holy Grail. Did you ki

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