'Playboy' Jones?

by Jay Cochran
August 28, 2006


INDIANA JONES writer GEORGE LUCAS intended the adventurous archeologist to be portrayed as a JAMES BOND-style womaniser but was overruled by director STEVEN
SPIELBERG and actor HARRISON FORD.

Lucas, who also created the STAR WARS series, had dreams of the intrepid explorer putting Casanova to shame, and was disappointed when Spielberg and Ford thwarted his plans.

He says, "In my version he was an international playboy like James Bond. A guy who went to casinos and nightclubs and had a lot of girlfriends. "Steven and Harrison didn't like it."


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