Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade

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MAKE BELIEVE

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I think that could also be a replica of the book from the movie:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/da_pa/11115336216/in/album-72157630033248877/

Also does this book appear in the Last Crusade? Because the only screenshot I've found is from Crystal Skull:
https://farm4.static.flickr.com/3813/11115352005_42a64029d8_b.jpg

Yes, I also think it may very well be a replica.
I assumed the prop was from LC once at the exhibition was displayed with Connery's costume.
Good catch with the pic from KCS.
 

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Pascal Kurosawa

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The photo is made by myself. I own this book. It is real. It appears in "Crystal Skull" but not in "Last Crusade".

It is the 2nd edition from 1957 by Harvard University Press. There are other editions from other publishers (Methuen for example) but this is the edition which is used in the film.

The brown rims on the top and bottom are parts of my protecton cover and not part of the book.
 
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BrotherWilliam

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The photo is made by myself. I own this book. It is real.

Can I ask a favour then? I'm a librarian for the Goodreads site. Any chance you could post details of the book? Total number of pages, publication date if any, printing number if listed, that sort of thing. I'll add it to the listed editions on GR. You can message me the details if you'd prefer.
 

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Petertiger

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Thank you so much, mates.
Back on the trenches...

Since it just really takes 2 secs on the screen, it was very hard to imagine anyone could make a prop about this:

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A good image enhancer program and we get this blurry screencap.

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Now it's time to put hands on work:

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To get this result, just use your scissors on this template. Click on 'em to get the higest resolution I can share.

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You'll need some glue and some sand paper. About the matches it's up to you: if you want JUST a prop, do it yourself using a bit of harmless sand. If you want the perfect way, you can find on the market survival matches that match perfectly with the used in the film.

Hope you enjoy.
Bests
Barnett
Just a quickie for the matches themselves i used cotton buds painted the cotton part dark red and then cut it off and pushed them into real match sticks look pretty good.
 

IndyFanChuck

Sr Member
Does anyone have a nice close up photo of the Grail Rubbing? I’m trying to print off a miniature 1/6th version for my Hot Toys action figure but I don’t have a really clear color image to print. Thank you kindly! :)
 

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Rymo

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The photo is made by myself. I own this book. It is real. It appears in "Crystal Skull" but not in "Last Crusade".

It is the 2nd edition from 1957 by Harvard University Press. There are other editions from other publishers (Methuen for example) but this is the edition which is used in the film.

The brown rims on the top and bottom are parts of my protecton cover and not part of the book.
Thanks for the info! Looks like the book was first printed in 1939, so it makes sense that it wouldn't appear in The Last Crusade. IIRC TLC was based in 1938.
 

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