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Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Raiders of the Lost Ark with Exclusive Products

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Select Disney Parks, Disney Store and will have a wide range of commemorative Indy products

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Raiders of the Lost Ark this month, a treasure trove of collectibles and apparel items have been created to commemorate this milestone year for the Indiana Jones saga!

Shoppers at Disney Springs at Walt Disney World Resort, Downtown Disney District at Disneyland Resort, and Disney Store will discover a great range of t-shirts, apparel items and accessories, including a new t-shirt featuring the Raiders 40th anniversary logo and classic poster artwork by Richard Amsel. Also available will be a wide range of Indy collectibles, accessories and wares that will allow fans to bring home their own part of the adventure.

“Leaning into the greatest adventurer of all time, we’re incredibly excited to bring an assortment of Indiana Jones products to life,” says Lucasfilm’s Senior Manager of Product Development Lacey Prince. “We’re big Indy fans, and we hope the range of products we’ve helped put together will remind people why they love these stories so much.”

Shoppers who prefer to do their adventuring from home will also be able to capture some of the 40th anniversary swag at with an exclusive set of t-shirts featuring the Raiders 40th anniversary logo emblazoned on the front and available in a variety of colors and styles. In addition, the exclusive 40th logo will also be available on smartphone cases, water bottles, magnets, and a Disney Parks MagicBand.

Exclusive to shoppers, however, is a realistic reproduction of the iconic Fertility Idol featured in the opening scenes of Raiders of the Lost Ark, an item inspired by an actual artifact archived in the Dumbarton Oaks Museum in Washington, D.C. Fans who wish to own this stunning replica of the idol that not even Indy could keep his hands on will have to venture over to starting on June 12, the date Raiders of the Lost Ark was revealed to moviegoers for the first time in 1981.

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