Dr. Henry Walton "Indiana" Jones is the fictitious professor of archeology we all fell in love with in Raiders of the Lost Ark from 1981. John Williams (of Star Wars, Superman, E.T., Harry Potter and Jurassic Park fame) composed the iconic soundtrack for the Indiana Jones movies. The soundtrack is full of rolling and galloping themes to indicate and inspire adventure, as well as the musical sounds of the crystals humming and spears whizzing.
Not ready to binge watch all the Indiana Jones movies? Here are some of the most memorable clips set to the Indiana Jones Main Theme, by John Williams. Get your hat out!
There aren't any Harrison Ford sightings in this, but the conductor dresses like him, does that count? Here is the Stanisław Moniuszko School of Music Orchestra led by Andrzej Kucybała.
Look The Part
Every explorer needs a fedora, so how about you make one! Leave it be as a cardboard fedora or paint it up to look like it's gone on many exploring trips, you'll all love this craft!
Who do you think is the real hero of this movie franchise? Dr. Jones or John Williams?