Indiana Jones star honoured at Almeria International Film Festival

Alison Doody has unveiled her star on the Almeria Walk of Fame, along with Almeria City Mayor Ramon Fernandez-Pacheco (left) and Regional President Gabriel Amat (right). CREDIT: Almeria government website

Indiana Jones STAR and Final War Alison Doody took part in the Almeria International Film Festival this week.

The Irish actress, who played the female director Elsa in the film, received an Almeria award, Land of Cinema Homage. He also starred in the Almeria Walk of Fame, which sits next to those honoring the list of big names from the film world, among them Omar Sharif, Ridley Scott, Max van Sydow, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Joseph Fiennes, Terry. Gilliam, Catherine Deneuve, Brian de Palma and Sophia Loren.

Alison Doody’s award corresponds to 30th commemoration of the third blockbuster saga hosted by Steven Spielberg. Also also Harrison Ford and Sean Connery, Indiana Jones and Last Crusade were briefly photographed in the Tabernas desert and the coast of Monsul in Cabo de Gata Natural Park, residents seem to be extravagant.


The actress, who was 21 when she appeared in Indiana Jones, said the filming in Almeria was “magical”, describing the region as a “good place”.

He called the making of the film “an unforgettable experience, for it has been shown on television all over the world.”

This Sunday the festival will feature artist Bo Derek, who made his debut in the late 1970s in a comedy romance 10 hosted by Dudley Moore. Derek is returning to Almeria for 18 years after shooting the part of the Queen of Swords radio show instead of including Texas Hollywood in Tabernas, San Jose in Nijar and the Alcazaba wall in the regional capital. He will also be honored with the Almeria, Land of Cinema Homage Award and his star on the Walk of Fame.

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