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Indiana Jones: "Excuse me. I'm staying in 207 and I seem to have locked myself out of my room."
Housekeeper: "I can let you in, sir..."
Indiana Jones and the housekeeper[src]

The housekeeper in the Barcelona hotel was a young dark-haired woman who cleaned the rooms at a hotel in Barcelona.

One night in 1931, she was pushing her cart near the stairs, when a guest in a fedora asked to be let into room 207 after having been locked out. Obligingly, the maid let the man into the room, unaware that the man was not the room's occupant, René Belloq.

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