But there was a time when Allen tried to escape Marion's legacy, and though she tells Bustle that Raiders is now a pleasant memory for her, and a classic film, there was a time when she wanted nothing to do with it.
Because she feels terrible about betraying Indy, or because she hates to see books burned? I like to think Indy puts his women in a museum, alongside the artifacts, and visits them from time to time to tap on the glass and wink.
After a relationship in the mid-1920s, Marion and Indiana Jones wouldn't see each other again until , when the pair joined forces to track down the that was Abner Ravenwood's obsession.
And her weird reaction to touching the statues boobs is always hilarious.
She also works as a stage director.
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