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Dick felt compelled to share his knowledge and determined to become a college professor. In , the family moved to Ames, Iowa, where Dick completed his doctorate in electrical engineering in two years. He was immediately hired as an associate professor at MU and promoted to full professor with tenure within three years.
He gave 35 years of service to MU and mentored more than 30 graduate students who have gone on to be leaders in their field in industry and academia in the United States and throughout the world, including Europe, Japan, Taiwan, China, Korea and India. He directed an internationally recognized power electronics center, conducted important research, consulted for industry and spent eight years as the editor-in-chief of the IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics.
His work in power electronics contributed to the development of IBM computers, electrically powered automobiles and modern mass-transit system trains. He received more than 30 grants and contracts, providing substantial outside funding for his research group. He authored more than 60 technical papers, and his textbooks were translated into three languages. Thomas Lipo, another editor-in-chief of the IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics and a contemporary of Dick, described Dick as a "towering figure in the early days of power electronics.
He served as head Boy Scout master for more than eight years. He chaired multiple church-related committees for more than a decade, which ultimately resulted in provision of chaplaincy services for patients in local hospitals.
Dick contributed to countless causes and embraced people of all races, nationalities and religious faiths. He was a proud Democrat and, with his wife, Merna, spent much of his retirement years engaged in volunteer work through their church, Kiwanis Golden K chapter and at local hospitals and schools. Dick also completed 13 marathons after age All who knew Dick were touched by his generosity, warm spirit and determination to make the world a better place.
He will be greatly missed by family, friends, former students and professional colleagues around the world. All were enriched by their interaction with Dick, and the world benefited from his wonderful life. He is survived by his wife, four children, 10 grandchildren, two brothers and two sisters. Tributes can be left online at www. Published Thursday, January 5, Marian S.
West, 80, of Columbia passed away Tuesday, Jan. A memorial service will be held at 11 a. Marian was born March 30, , in Milwaukee to Herbert H. She married William F. West graduated from Carroll College in Wisconsin in She worked in Chicago for several years and moved to Columbia in She was an avid supporter of theater and Stephens Playhouse Theater.
Survivors include a son, Laurence F. Services are under the direction of Parker Funeral Service. Published Thursday, January 12, Jack V. Stone, 92, of Columbia passed away Wednesday, Jan. Services will be held at 2 p. Visitation will be from noon to 2 p. Saturday at the funeral home. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery.
Stone was born Dec. He married Mabel V. Barnes in , and she preceded him in death. He worked for the naval shipyards during World War II, and after the war, he returned to Missouri and opened a restaurant in Mexico, Mo. After two years, he sold the business and joined Columbia Auto Parts, where he worked for 45 years as a salesman until he retired at age He married Louise Dickerson in the s, and she preceded him in death.
He later married Cleo Rowland, who passed away in October He is survived by a sister, Lucy A. He will be missed. Memorial services will be at 7 p. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p. Wednesday at the funeral home. Burial will be at a later date at Mount Nebo Cemetery.
Survivors include his parents, Mike Tumbleson of Tolono, Ill. Published Sunday, January 22, Don H. Northway, 67, of Columbia passed away Friday, Jan. Services will be at 1 p. Tracy Cook and Pieter VanWaarde officiating. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p. Sunday at Memorial Funeral Home. Private entombment will follow at Memorial Park Cemetery. Northway was born Oct. On June 12, , he married Wanda Proctor in Columbia.
He served with the United States Army. He worked at Shelter Insurance for over 42 years and at the time of retirement was vice president. After his retirement, he volunteered with Score and at Boone Hospital Center. He devoted his energy to these, as he had at Shelter Insurance. Don loved golfing, dancing and was an avid Tigers fan. Survivors include his mother, of Willow Springs; his wife, of Columbia; a daughter, Michelle Northway Ankenman, his pride and joy, and her husband, Todd; a granddaughter, Katelyn Ankenman, all of Columbia; a sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Phyllis and Jerry Stone; a niece, Deana Stone; a nephew, Ryan Stone; and two great-nephews, Damien and Blake Stone; and a wonderful circle of family and friends.
He was preceded in death by his father. Don Northway was a very caring individual. In his own quiet way, he brought joy and comfort to many, regardless of age and stature.
A visitation of family and friends will be from 4 to 6 p. There will be no formal service. For 25 years, she taught speech, drama and English at North Callaway High School in Kingdom City, where she developed a very strong speech and drama competition team and directed numerous dramatic and musical productions.
Joan avidly pursued her more recent interest in photography and participated in a number of local exhibitions. She also enjoyed both travel and fishing. Memorials may be sent payable to that fund to Hickman High School, N. Providence Road, Columbia, Mo. A memorial service will be held at 2 p. Jean Tiffany Thompson was born Nov. William Stuart and Ruth Tiffany Thompson. She spent her childhood there, graduating from Memphis High School in Jean attended Lindenwood College and graduated from the University of Iowa with a degree in journalism.
She was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta. Following college, Jean worked in St. Louis as a radio advertising copy editor, one of the first females to hold that job. Her husband Gene suffered a massive stroke in , and she cared for him the remaining 18 years of his life, an amazing example of dedication, loyalty and love. He died in Impending knee-replacement surgery and the onset of blindness due to macular degeneration made it impossible for her to complete her assignment, but the experience remained a highlight of her senior years.
She had also been active in the Theta alumnae group and the Columbia Panhellenic Council. Her other interests included bridge, golf, reading, interior design, traveling and spending time with family and friends.
She also leaves seven grandchildren, including Andy, David and Katie Glenn of Columbia; and five great-grandchildren, with one more expected in June. She also had numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to her husband, her parents and her sister, Patricia Sherwin, died before her. Arrangements are under the direction of Parker Funeral Service. Services will be held at 11 a. Burial will follow at Memorial Park Cemetery. He was born Nov. He was remarried in to Charleen Collings of St.
Preceding him in death were his parents, two brothers, two sisters and his second wife, Charleen. Services will be at He married Emma Sue Schneider on Aug. He was employed with Columbia College in the maintenance department. Harold owned and operated Broadway Conoco service station in Columbia for 20 years. He was a member of the Wings Around Tiger Town camping club. Survivors include his wife, Emma; one daughter, Christine M.
Nichols of Columbia; one son, William E. Preceding him in death were his parents; one brother, Leo Nichols; and one sister, Ruby Garrett. There will be a memorial gathering for family and friends at 11 a. James was born Feb. He graduated from Kansas State University with a degree in mechanical engineering and served his country with honor as an electronics officer in the U. Navy during World War II. He was married Oct. She preceded him in death in after 53 years of marriage.
He later served as director of municipal utilities in Hannibal and director of the Water and Light Department in Columbia. He retired in In they moved to Overland Park, Kan.
James returned to Columbia last fall to be under the loving care of his son. He is survived by James A. He was also preceded in death by his parents and an infant sister. James will be fondly remembered as an engineer - first and foremost. He was a planner, a hard worker and admirably fought the disease that finally took his earthly life without complaint.
He remained devoted to his wife, Mary, and family in his final weeks. He was the family patriarch in every sense of the word and will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. He graduated from Keswick High School, participating in musicals and choir. For 17 years from , he worked for the Schulze and Burch Biscuit Co.
In , he moved the family to Columbia as branch manager and later sales rep for Sunshine Biscuit Inc. He then worked 15 years for the Wetterau Wholesale Food Co. Louis, retiring in Skip always enjoyed the camaraderie of his fellow salespeople. He was a member of Elks Lodge The annual family vacations to Minnesota were a joy to him for many years. He was preceded in death by his parents, four brothers and one sister. Services will be held at 1 p.
Thursday at the funeral home. Bailey was born Feb. He also preceded her in death. Many of her hobbies included ceramics, quilting, painting, woodworking and other crafts. She enjoyed traveling, and she was very active in helping her husband on the family farm. Memorial contributions may be sent to the American Cancer Society, N. Published Wednesday, February 8, Jane F. Murray Henderson, 73, of Hazard, Ky. A memorial service was held Jan.
Visitation will be at 9 a. David Catholic Church in Arnold. Burial will be at Calvary Cemetery in St. Louis University School of Law in She was active in her parish, Mother of Good Counsel, always lending a hand at every opportunity. Jane always had a smile and positive attitude.
She will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved her. Memorial services will be at 11 a. Visitation will be from 10 to 11 a. Silvey was born Feb. Silvey was a dedicated father and husband. He served his country in the Air Force during World War II from until after the end of the war, delivering supplies to the front-line troops and even behind enemy lines. He was in France after its liberation and served in England before returning to the United States, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in agronomy and agricultural economics from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
He married Helen Wehmeyer Silvey on June 13, , and taught in a government program designed to help Missouri veterans become better farmers. After a successful career in agro-chemicals, Wayne moved to Columbia and earned both his insurance and realtor licenses. After five years, he took a position with the city of Columbia, where he worked until retirement at age From his memoirs came the following two passages that best describe the good and honest man he was known to be: This is the best thing that ever happened to me.
He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers James, William and Charles; and sister Naomi. God bless him and all who surrounded him.
Silvey was a longtime member of the Downtown Optimist Club. Donations may be made in memory of Mr. Silvey to the Downtown Optimist Club or the charitable organization of your choice.
Lucille was born Nov. They preceded her in death. Lucille also was preceded in death by her husband, Edmond B. Keene; two brothers; three sisters; and one grandson. Funeral services will be at 11 a. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery after the services. Betty was born Jan.
She married Earl J. They divorced in , and he died in Once married, the Moores raised seven children, residing in Gulfport, Miss. Her children and grandchildren carry fond memories of holiday gatherings in Columbia.
She was an excellent cook - everything from Chinese to Iowa farm favorites to homemade salsa and jams. Betty enjoyed a variety of arts and crafts, researching family genealogy, making scrapbooks, traveling, fishing and even brief forays into square-dancing and modeling. She was a member of Community United Methodist Church. Diagnosed with a brain tumor in January , Betty was grateful for a year at home that included visits from family and friends and a fun-filled August trip to San Francisco.
Survivors also include a sister and a brother. She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers. Memorials are suggested to the American Diabetes Association, www. Services will be held at 3: She was born Oct.
Ida was a loving mother to her family and a skilled, compassionate nurse who dedicated 45 years to caring for others. Her industrious nature resulted in the completion of a variety of hobbies, from gardening to furniture restoration. Always self-sufficient with a passion for life and friends, Ida could be seen trolling auctions and estate sales for that special find, and any person who stood in her way would be in for a challenge.
She was loved by many and respected by all. She will be truly missed by all who knew her, but the mark she left on all she touched will live on. Memorial tributes can be left at www. Services will be at 11 a. Sugar Grove Road, with the Rev. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p. Friday at Warren Funeral Chapel, 12 E. Burial will be at Log Providence Cemetery. She married John A. She was employed at University Hospital for more than 35 years. Carlton Caldwell of St. Louis; and 12 grandchildren. Published Friday, February 17, Inez A.
Cross, 73, of Columbia died Tuesday, Feb. Visitation will be from 4 to 6 p. Sunday at the funeral home. She was born Aug. She married Robert B. She graduated from Douglass High School. She was a member of Simpson Chapel A. Church, where she served as church clerk. She was a nurse at Boone Hospital Center. She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers and two sisters.
A memorial service will be held for her at The family will greet friends after the service. The body was cremated. Burial will be private at Salem Cemetery in eastern Jackson County. Shrout was born near Lancaster, Ky. She was active in 4-H and was grand champion cook of the Commonwealth of Kentucky at the State Fair. She added 30 hours of academic credit at various universities, among them the University of Illinois.
She taught eighth-grade social studies at Jefferson Junior High School from to She taught American history from to at Quincy, Ill. During this period, she took a key role in developing the Personal Individualized Education program. She married Thomas R. Shrout in , and he survives. Shrout III of St. She was a member of First Christian Church and served as deaconess, elder and president of the church board. She belonged to a number of history associations.
The family requests no flowers be sent. Arrangements under the direction of Parker Funeral Service. Published Thursday, February 16, Called to his eternal reward, the Rev. Parker, 90, of Columbia passed from this life Wednesday, Feb.
The family will receive friends for a visitation from 6 to 8 p. Funeral services will be held at 11 a. Saturday at the church. He was born Oct. After a pastorate in Springfield, he and his family moved to Columbia to found and pastor the First Assembly of God Church. He remained pastor of this church for 40 years until his retirement in During his tenure of ministry, he also served as assistant superintendent of the West Central District Council of the Assemblies of God.
As well, he was a sectional presbyter for more than 30 years for these districts. He was preceded in death by his parents; four brothers; two sisters; a daughter, Donna Koelling; and a son, Charles "Chuck" Parker. Published Friday, February 17, Leslie B. Kueck, 81, died Thursday, Feb. He was a family man, a businessman and an athlete. He loved his family and friends but, most of all, he loved his Savior. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.
Memorial services will be at 10 a. Monday at the church. A brief graveside service will be held at 2 p. Kenneth Gerike will officiate. Kueck was born Jan. He married Marian Schelp on June 15, His professional career was spent in the insurance industry. He retired from Shelter Insurance Cos. He was president of the Missouri Association of Mutual Insurance Companies and served on the board of directors for many years.
He also was a volunteer fire chief and active in civic and church endeavors. He was a long-time member of the board of directors of Concordia Bank. He played high school and college basketball and was a referee certified with the Missouri State High School Athletic Association. He also was a softball player, a bowler, a tennis player, a water skier and a card player.
He was an avid golfer and a member of the Columbia Country Club. He was preceded in death by a son, his parents and a brother. He was a lifelong active member of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod. He served as president and elder of Trinity Lutheran Church and taught Bible class.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a memorial donation to Good Shepherd Lutheran School, W. Published Wednesday, February 22, Floyd N. A Masonic service will be performed at Friday by the Twilight Lodge No. Visitation will be from 10 a. Friday until the time of the service. They preceded him in death.
His trade was as a plumber-pipe fitter. He served as past master at Twilight Lodge No. Andy also was a member of New Providence Baptist Church. Andy is survived by his wife, Betty Jean; son, Bryan Kent; two grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; and a host of friends. He was preceded in death by a son, Reed Bradley. Services will be held at 3 p. Visitation will be from 2 to 3 p. Sunday at the church.
Beulah was born Aug. She married Charles Turner Sanders in , and he preceded her in death in She then married Tony S. Sapp in , and he also preceded her in death in She lived her entire life in Columbia. She was a nurse for over 20 years, working in all the local hospitals. Beulah was a charter member of First Assembly of God Church, the longest continuous member, was active in the Ladies Ministry, drove the church van for five years and taught Sunday school.
Burge of Columbia; five grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; two husbands; two sons; three brothers, Bud, Alvin and Roy Willis; and one sister, Grace Deason. Monday at the funeral home. Annette was born on Dec. She was married to Dean Hartmann and also to Phillip Keller, and they both preceded her in death.
She was preceded in death by two sisters, Katherine Cameron and Mable Brewer. Services will be held at 10 a. Saturday, March 4, at Memorial Funeral Home. Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p. Friday at the funeral home. Barbara was born Dec. She was a lifelong resident of Columbia, where she was very involved with her family and she always had a smile for everyone.
Barbara was preceded in death by her parents; husband; and one son, Michael Crane. Providence Road, Suite , Columbia, Mo. Services will be at 1: Saturday at the funeral home, with a Rebecca Lodge service at 6: Reynolds in Columbia, and he preceded her in death.
Edna was a talented seamstress, and she always filled everyone with laughter. Survivors include four children, James L. She was also preceded in death by her parents, a grandson, a son-in-law and a daughter-in-law. Memorial contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society, N. Family memorial services will be held at Memorial Funeral Home. William was born on Aug. Cuddy Thomure in St.
Louis, and she survives. He owned Thomure Jewelers for several years and also was a mail courier for the University of Missouri-Columbia Athletic Department for many years. William enjoyed riding his motorcycles and shooting pistols and rifles, and he was an exceptional conversationalist. William was preceded in death by his parents. Memorial contributions are suggested to the American Heart Association, P. Box , Columbia, Mo. Monday, March 6, at Memorial Funeral Home, with visitation from 5 to 7 p.
Burial will take place at Memorial Park Cemetery. John was born Sept. John moved his family to Columbia in , and he worked for Shelter Insurance as a claims supervisor. John was proud of his years of service with Shelter and the lasting memories and friends he made over the years. John always had a story to entertain an audience. Whether it was about working on the car ferry on Lake Michigan, putting raisins in Raisin Bran, describing his many adventures as a deputy sheriff in Michigan or replaying the latest Mizzou football game, he told it with enthusiasm.
Those stories told time and time again will be remembered by loved ones for years to come. As the patriarch of the Strom family, John ruled with a stern hand and a loving heart. Stubborn and generous, opinionated and protective, above all else a loyal friend, dedicated father and loving husband, John will be greatly missed. John will be greatly missed by his 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Services will be at 2 p. Charles Road, with visitation from 1 to 2 p. He married Eula L. He was preceded in death by his parents; an infant brother, Madison; and sister Sondra Reynolds. Services will be at 10 a. Monday, March 13, at St. Thomas More Newman Center in Columbia. Visitation will be from 3 to 6 p. He married Elizabeth Plogsted on Aug. Ronald completed his residency at the University of Missouri-Columbia in and served a fellowship in diabetes and endocrinology at the University of Colorado-Denver from to He then joined the MU faculty in and later entered private practice in diabetes management for 12 years.
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Sharon Stone and other women were considered for the role of Scott, but they declined. The character has received largely negative reviews, due to her whiny personality, constant need to be rescued and the fact that unlike Marion Ravenwood and Elsa Schneider she's unnecessary to the story outside of being a love interest. Che hires Indy to find the ashes of Nurhaci and promises him a valuable diamond in return. Indy recovers the ashes, but Che sends Kao Kan to steal the urn while Indy is sleeping, but Indy retains the urn and severs Kao's left forefinger, letting him live.
Indy shows up to Club Obi Wan to make the exchange; Che threatens Indy for the urn, but Indy takes Willie hostage to complete the exchange. Che gives Indy the diamond and an unknowingly poisoned drink; Indy gives Che the urn and drinks the poison, and Che offers the poison's antidote in exchange for returning the diamond.
Indy gives him the diamond, but Che refuses to give the antidote, even when Indy takes Willie hostage again.
Indy's friend, Wu, holds the gangster at gunpoint, but Chen shoots and kills him amidst a bunch of champagne bottles popping to mask the gunshot. Indy impales Chen with a skewer of pigeon flambé in retaliation and a gunfight ensues. Che orders the pilots to parachute out of the plane in hopes of killing Indy when the plane crashes, but Indy deploys a raft and lands safely on the ground. Ric Young , the actor that portrayed Kao Kan, expressed interest in reprise his role of Kan in the movie, but he declined after Roy's death.
He is killed by Chen. Years later, he is studying political science when his parents and sister die in an influenza outbreak. Their ashes wind up in the possession of Che, who uses the promise of a proper burial to force Wu into servitude. In , Indiana meets Wu in Shanghai on his way to Mongolia , and steals his family's ashes from Che, securing his old friend's freedom. Indiana inspires him to study archaeology upon his return to school.
He regularly arranges Jones's transportation. Despite attending a Christian school , he respects Chinese mythology , and believes that the baby elephant that transports him in India is a reincarnation of his brother Chu. He immigrates to the United States with Jones following his adventure. Around 6, actors auditioned worldwide for the part: Quan was cast after his brother auditioned for the role.
Spielberg liked his personality, so he and Ford improvised the scene where Short Round accuses Indiana of cheating during a card game. The character cameoed in an issue of Marvel Comics ' The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones , rescuing Indiana from a pirate attack in the Caribbean , before he returns to boarding school.
He also appeared in the non-canonical crossover story in Star Wars Tales , where he and Indiana discover the remains of Han Solo in the crashed Millennium Falcon in the Pacific Northwest. He graduated from Oxford and speaks English with a pronounced accent as a result, and also knows well Indiana's reputation.
Like Indiana he was apparently forced to drink the Blood of Kali by Mola Ram, controlling him, and the young Maharaja. During the attempted sacrifice of Willie Scott, Lal is injured by Indiana when he gets caught in the wheel used to lower victims into the lava pit.
He is last seen crawling away and collapsing, but disappears after this. It is unknown if he escaped. In an early script of the film, Lal was set to have a more important role, but the script was rejected. In other early script, Lal was intended to be killed by Indy throwing him into the lava pit, but the script was scrapped.
In the novelization, Chattar Lal is thrown into the lava pit while in the film he is injured but he doesn't die, whereas in Lego Indiana Jones: He is a young boy, probably a year or two older than Short Round.
Despite considering the Thuggee an evil cult and vowing that they would never return, it is revealed that Singh is an unwilling member, having been forced to drink the Blood of Kali. During Indiana's fight against the chief Thuggee guard, Singh hinders Indiana by using a voodoo doll.
He is stopped by Short Round, who burns him with a torch, releasing him from the Black Sleep of Kali. He atones for his crimes by telling Short Round how he, Indiana, and Willie can escape from the mines. He also apparently alerts British troops about the recent events, as he is seen among them when they arrive to battle the Thuggee after Mola Ram's death. In an early script of the film, Singh was set to have a more important role, but the script was scrapped. Mola Ram Amrish Puri is the Thuggee high priest.
He has made Pankot Palace his lair and wants to use the five Sankara Stones to set up the reign of Kali. To that end, Mola Ram enslaves the children of a village that had one of the Stones the taking of it bringing his total to three. They mine for the other two and for gems to fund his cause in catacombs underneath the palace. Indiana eventually confronts Mola Ram over a nearby gorge, calling on the power of Shiva to use the Stones against the evil cleric, who is burned by them and falls into the river, where he is devoured by crocodiles.
In the novelization Ram's death is the same, but he returns to normal when he burns his hand on the stone; Indy tries to pull him to safety, but Ram falls to his death. Mola Ram is named after an 18th-century Indian painter. Puri was chosen as Spielberg and Lucas did not want to cast a European actor and apply dark make-up.
In an early script of the movie, the burning Sankara Stones actually release Mola Ram from the same "Black Sleep of the Kali Ma" he inflicts on Jones before falling to his death, hinting that he may not have been in control of his actions. It was also intended that Mola Ram, after falling from the bridge, be killed by landing on the embankment below, followed by the crocodiles tearing apart his corpse.
However, this script was scrapped and rejected. A 6-inch action figure and an unpainted metal miniature of Mola Ram was released in The Chief Guard Pat Roach was the ruthless, coldhearted commander of Mola Ram 's Thuggee guards and also helped oversee the enslaved children in the mines that were under Pankot Palace in When Indiana Jones released the children from the mines, he and the chief ended up fighting on a conveyor leading to a rock-grinding machine.
With his sash getting caught in the machine's rollers, the chief guard was inexorably pulled in and crushed to death. He is alerted to the evil of Pankot Palace apparently by Little Maharajah to deal with the remaining Thuggees, his men kill them so Indy and Willie can escape.
In an early draft of the film, Blumburtt was set to have a more important role, but the draft was rejected. David Niven was considered to play the role of Blumburtt, but died before production, so Philip Stone from The Shining , then Delbert Grady , caught Spielberg's eye and was cast instead.
Hardy is Indiana's fellow Boy Scout in the prologue, who brings Indiana to the Sheriff 's attention after his battle with outlaws for the Cross of Coronado. Garth , also known as Fedora Richard Young , is a treasure hunter who appears in the prologue. Garth is the leader of a treasure hunter gang who find the Cross of Coronado which is stolen by a teenage Jones.
Garth and his men pursue Jones by car and follow him on a train. Garth saves Jones' life when Jones falls into a lion car and then tries to reclaim the cross. Jones escapes with the cross and runs home. However Garth gets the Moab sheriff on their side and Jones is told to give the cross back. Garth however consoles Jones, admiring the young man's attempts to claim it.
He then gives Jones his fedora before walking out. In an early draft of the film, Fedora was intended to be Dr. Abner Ravenwood, but the draft was scrapped and rejected. The Sheriff has no mentioned name. The Sheriff is first mentioned when Indiana Jones instructs Herman to find the Sheriff and alert him that grave robbers are digging in a cave in Arches National Park. Herman does what he says bringing the Sheriff to the Jones residence.
Indiana hands the Sheriff the cross of Coronado and tells him that there were "five or six of them. He hands the cross to Fedora who sells it to Panama Hat. He then bids Indiana farewell with a tip of his hat before walking out. Henry Walton Jones , Sr.
Sean Connery is Indiana's estranged father, who was distant from his son due to his obsessive study of the Holy Grail and its possible location. Kidnapped by Nazis in , he is rescued by his son, and in the process of racing the Nazis to the Grail's location, they become closer. Jones has already died in He secretly works with the Nazis, and sends both Indiana and his father on the search for the Grail without their knowledge of his ties to Germany.
He shoots Henry and forces Indy to clear the traps for him. After Indy does so, Donovan and Elsa follow him into a room filled with cups, one of which is the Grail. Elsa purposely chooses a false grail—a bejeweled gold cup—for Donovan, and when he drinks from it, his body crumbles to dust in seconds. That's quite a question.
Where would you draw the line? People say [Donovan] was a Nazi, he wasn't a Nazi, he joined the Nazi Party in order to investigate its property, and he bloody nearly got that. Only because he was greedy did he [fall]. This is an advice for you [the viewer]: It applies to everything. An allegory for life. In an early script of the film, Walter's surname was set to be Walter Chandler, and he was set to die in Hatay , when the Nazi tank fall off a cliff a fate that which would later go to Ernst Vogel , but the script was changed.
Isla Blair , Glover's wife, cameoed as Mrs. Donovan in the scene where he and Indiana discuss the Holy Grail. The in-joke was conceived by one of the producers.
He hired grave robbers to dig up the Cross of Coronado , which is immediately stolen by a teenage Jones. A horse chase and pursuit on board a circus train follow. Indy escapes, returns to his home, and attempts to talk to his father, who rebuffs him. Panama Hat is seen taking back the cross and handing a stack of money to the gang.
In Jones steals the Cross again, this time on a ship, but is caught. He struggles with the villain's men and gets the cross back. Indy jumps off the ship as a giant fuel drum rolls wildly, falling directly onto a crate of TNT. The crate explodes, causing the entire ship to blow and killing Panama Hat and his crew.
In the novelization of the story, it is stated that Indiana's final showdown with Panama Hat began because he got word from a worker of the villain that his boss had an affair with his wife and he wanted revenge. Jones realized it was a set-up and was told by Panama Hat that he had been hit badly by the Great Depression and was auctioning the cross off to wealthy buyers.
He got one deal from a buyer with a provision that said he had to kill Jones. Indy would later suspect the buyer was Walter Donovan. Elsa Schneider Alison Doody is an Austrian archaeologist who desires the Grail, and like Donovan, keeps her involvement with the Nazis a secret.
She is revealed to have seduced both Joneses, Henry first and then Indiana. Later, she deliberately picks a false grail for Donovan to eliminate competition, and watches him decay before her eyes.
Afterwards, she crosses the temple's seal with the Grail, causing the temple to collapse and her to drop the Grail as well as nearly falling into a chasm. Indy catches her, but she sees the Grail on a shelf of rock and greedily reaches for it despite Indy's warnings.
She overreaches and Indy loses his grip on her, causing her to fall to her death. According to Doody, Elsa's role as a femme fatale was an attempt to distance the character from Willie Scott. In an early script of the film, Elsa was going to be the one who shot Henry Jones, Sr. IGN placed Elsa 33rd on their list of the best bad girls in film in ,  while Empire noted Doody "achieved the unlikely feat of making a Nazi sympathiser sympathetic". Kazim Kevork Malikyan is the leader of the Brotherhood of the Cruciform Sword, an ancient organization protecting the secrets of the Holy Grail.
Kazim initially attempts to kill Indy and Elsa during a spectacular boatchase in Venice , but after recognizing that Indy does not want the Grail for selfish purposes, gives him the location of his father. Kazim later leads an attack on the Nazi convoy heading for the Grail's location, but is killed. When Kazim dies, it was intended that Elsa step away and see her hands covered in blood as a homage to The Man Who Knew Too Much , but Spielberg was unsatisfied with each take.
In the early script of the film, written by Jeffrey Boam , Kazim was set to be an agent of Hatay, named Kemal, seeking the Holy Grail and an ally of the Nazis. Also, he was set to die after drinking from the False Grail a fate that which would later go to Walter Donovan , but the script was rejected and changed. His main objective is to kill the Joneses—whom he hates because Indy killed three of his men in Castle Grunewald—on direct orders from Adolf Hitler.
Vogel discovers Jones Sr. Later, Vogel and Donovan are heading towards the location of the Grail when Indiana ambushes their convoy.