"...don't call me Junior!"
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Man in airport

This Man was a passenger of the D-138 zeppelin and had bought tickets for the flight. He was waiting in the Berlin airport reading his newspaper in 1938. Although not talkative, he was eager to talk about his many grandchildren: Siegfried, Kalani, Boris, Hans, Franz, Fritz, Friedrich, Gustav, Horst, Werner, Josef, Wolfgang, Johann, Sebastian and little Albert.

Behind the scenesEdit

The passenger appears in the game Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Graphic Adventure as a minor character. Optionally, he can be distracted by Indiana or Henry Jones, and the other character can steal his tickets while he is talking. Alternatively, the player can buy one from the ticket booth, if he has enough Marks.


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