Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom BBC One, tonight, 6.
What does IJATTOD stand for?
IJATTOD stands for Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (movie)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Few people won't have seen the original trilogy, which also included Indiana Jones And The Temple of Doom, and Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade, or the fourth film, The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull.
INTREPID Brummie adventurers have produced their own seven-second version of Hollywood blockbuster Indiana Jones and The Temple of Doom.
The Thugees from Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom were a real-life secret fraternity in colonial India, notorious for sacrificing humans to honour the goddess Kali, though not necessarily by ripping out their victims' hearts as demonstrated so graphically by the film's chief villain, Mola Ram (Amrish Puri).
In the big prime time battle, ITV1's Midsomer Murders saw off BBC1's repeat of the second Indiana Jones film, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
The teamgot back together for Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom in 1984 and for Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade in 1989.
Talk about coincidence but my first encounter with the archeologist dates back to 1986, when I first saw Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984), which is a prequel to the first of the trilogy Indian Jones and Raiders of the Last Ark (1981).
The film would feature an older Indiana Jones as Ford was 20 years younger when he first played the leather-clad researcher in Raiders of the Lost Ark in 1981, with Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom following in 1984 and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade in 1989.