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Celebrating the Score: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Continuing my three-part appreciation of John Williams’s scores for the Indiana Jones series.

Credit: Lucasfilm

Following my recent piece on the music of Raiders of the Lost Ark, here’s the second in a three-part series celebrating John Williams’s fabulous work on the Indiana Jones films.

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Simon Dillon

Simon Dillon

Novelist and Short Story-ist. Film and Book Lover. If you cut me, I bleed celluloid and paper pulp. Blog: www.simondillonbooks.wordpress.com

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