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The Citroën owner was an elderly man who owned a Citroën 11 Légère Cabriolet.


In 1938, while driving his car along a dirt road in the hills near the coast, the man's vehicle suffered from a flat tire. As he was changing the tire, he looked up to notice several Nazi fighter planes circling the area. Just as he was about to re-attach the hubcap, his car started up and drove off, stolen by a younger man in a fedora and an older man.[1]

Behind the scenes[]

The role of the elderly man changing his tire in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade was not credited and has no lines.[1]

In the comic adaptation he is pulled away from his car by Indy. He is also depicted wearing Western clothes and appears to be German, due his voice reaction and Indiana naming him Fritz.[2]



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