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Indiana Jones Comes to DVD

Cue the music, crack the whip and dust off the fedora--Indiana Jones is finally coming to DVD. Variety says everyone's favorite archaeologist will arrive in stores Nov. 4 via a 4-disc set. The collection will feature all three movies and a special fourth disc brimming with interviews and other extra material (deleted scenes are a possibility, although that hasn't been confirmed).

The films will only be available in the set, so if you love the first and third films but could do without the second, there's not much you can do (maybe use "Temple of Doom" as a coaster). "Official" pricing hasn't been released, but Variety says the collection will retail for around $50.

For more DVD news visit our DVD section. Additional Indiana Jones news is available on our spotlight page.--Mac Slocum

 
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Posted by Mac on May 13, 2003 10:58 PM
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