The Lost Scripts, Part III: Indiana Jones and the City of the Gods | Mental FlossFrank Darabont , the script's writer. Indiana Jones and the City of the Gods was a script written during the development of the fourth Indiana Jones film before it was rejected in favor of what became Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. The story opens in Nevada around , where a semi-retired Indiana Jones and his Russian emigre workmate Yuri Makovsky are working in a Zuni site. One night, Indiana lends his truck to Yuri to travel to a nearby village but he sees Yuri meeting with other men and heading for a different direction, so Indy decides to follow the convoy and discover their intentions. After entering a secret US Army base in the desert, Indy discovers that Yuri is actually a Soviet agent and foils his plans to purchase an amount of uranium and a mysterious package from two corrupt American scientists. However, after a chase through the compound, he is captured by the Soviets, put in a car's trunk and left to die in a fake village during a nuclear test. Indy escapes using a refrigerator as shelter and is rescued by the US Army.
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Even the air here is sun-baked. Buzzards ride the thermals. Thunder on the horizon? The lizard scurries off. The hot-rods loom large, engulfing us with noise and fury. INDY Damn kids.
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Our final lost Indy script involves The City of the Gods. His old Indiana Jones friends, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas, were on hand to speak at the event, marking the first time they'd all been in the same room together in many years.
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