In 2010, the worlds of Star Wars and Indiana Jones came together for a crossover show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Han Solo, C-3PO, Boba Fett and, of course, Indiana Jones all appeared. This spoof show was even attended by George Lucas. If Marvel can begin their multiverse, when we can we again see the “Raiders of the Lost Jedi Temple of Doom” at Disney’s Hollywood Studios? For now, it lives on only in video form.
There were three showings of “Raiders of the Lost Jedi Temple of Doom” at The Last Tour to Endor special ticketed event at Disney’s Hollywood Studios, which was part of the Star Wars Celebration V convention in 2010. “Raiders of the Lost Jedi Temple of Doom” was a hilarious show that took the Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular and mixed it with Star Wars characters.
Each show featured different celebrities. We caught the second show which included actors Seth Green (“Robot Chicken,” Austin Powers), Jamie King (“Star Wars: The Clone Wars”) and Anthony Daniels (C-3PO). Watching from the front row was George Lucas. Other celebrities spotted at Hollywood Studios were Jon Stewart, Mark Hamill, Warwick Davis, Ashley Eckstein, and more. The show is about 45 minutes long. Watch to the end when we get Lucas’ reaction to the show.
At the end of The Last Tour to Endor, there was a special Star Tours Shutdown Ceremony. Since the ride continued to operate until Sept. 8, this was done more for the Star Wars Celebration V guests who won’t be returning to Orlando until after it closes. Boba Fett “blows up” the Star Tours ride building under Darth Vader’s orders.
Star Wars Weekends has not yet returned to Disney’s Hollywood Studios. But, with an explosion of new Star Wars shows coming to Disney+, perhaps we could see the return of this fan favorite event — or maybe even a modified version that would have Star Wars characters take over the park?