Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular!
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Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular! is an Indiana Jones themed show exclusive to Disney's Hollywood Studios, on the far side of Echo Lake. The show has various different stunts, and recruits members of the audience to partake in the show. The show is executive-produced by George Lucas and directed by Jerry Rees, with stunt coordination by Glenn Randall. As part of the show, audience members are selected and invited to participate in the scenes.
 The show
Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular is based on many of the popular stunt scenes from Raiders of the Lost Ark. The show uses various pyrotechnic devices which are incorporated into several of the stunts.
The action starts with Indy braving dangers in a recreation of the Peruvian temple scene from the beginning of the movie. Dangerous spikes, false floors and ancient booby traps test the archaeologist's skills before he attempts to make a getaway with the golden Idol. After that the stunt show moves on to the busy and audience-participant filled streets of Cairo. Indy and Marion are watching street acrobats before the show takes a turn for the worst and a massive fight scene quickly follows. The Cairo street scene concludes with Indy shooting at a jeep loaded with explosives, producing a fiery conclusion. The final scene in the stunt show recreates the action-packed part of the movie where Indy and Marion try to stop the Nazis from flying the Ark to Berlin, complete with a scaled-down version of a German flying wing aircraft. Indy fights the large German mechanic while Marion mans the aircraft's machine gun, blowing away everything in sight. Just as the whole place goes up in flames, Indy and Marion narrowly escape from the inferno.
The show opened August 25, 1989, and was put on a six-month hiatus in 2000 for refurbishing.
This is the first theme park attraction to use a computer based show control system in conjunction with a custom made programmable logic controller system to trigger, control and sequence complex live events in real time, controlled by the actors in many cases. All effects are triggered by a Cast Member at the booth.
 Other Disney References
Disneyland Resort Paris has an Indiana Jones themed Roller Coaster.