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‘Indiana Jones’ actor says he wasn’t allowed to see ‘Temple of Doom’ shocking death scene

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom gained legendary status due to his level of violence, despite an initial PG rating. Many parents were alarmed by certain scenes in it Steven Spielberg Precursor. As it turns out, even some younger cast members were banned from watching certain scenes, as Ke Huy Quan says he wasn’t allowed to watch Temple of Deathinfamous death scene.

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom changed movie ratings forever

Ke Huy Quan from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom attends the premiere of the film Everything Everywhere All at Once

Ke Huy Quan | Leon Bennett/Getty Images

Temple of Death is the continuation of Hunter of the lost treasure. It’s a prequel film in which Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) travels to India to solve a mysterious disappearance. Initially, Temple of Death was rated PG. However, after many parents were shocked by the violent and disturbing imagery in this Spielberg film, the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America) was forced to create a PG-13.

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