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Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade - Strong Indiana ?
In the scene where Nazi soldiers are chasing Indiana Jones. The one when he is riding a motorcycle (the one with the side car). At one point he and a Nazi soldier, who is heading straight for him on a similar bike, in a "chicken" (the dare you to move away first game) kind of way. He reaches out and grabs a flagpole on the side of the road and it breaks (you see it break and it is made of wood, I think it even makes a sound) and uses it so it looks like when knights are challenging each other with those long lances (can’t remember the name of the game) and of course he stabs the soldier and wins the duel.
OK correct me if I'm wrong but, anyone riding a motorcycle at high speed and reaching for a flagpole would break their arm or it would send them flying of the motorcycle.
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marilotje on 02-01-2001
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k-dog writes:
or he would have lost an arm
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mr. large writes:
Truly, this is hard to judge, eagles are known to break off tree limbs that would be to heavy for them to pick up by swooping down on the limb while flying. The extra momentum increases the force dramatically enabling the bird to liberate and carry a very large weight. However, I personally would not have stuck out my arm.
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Iforgetus writes:
It's called a joust, and since he was riding so fast he would have been knocked off the motor bike.
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