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A '''Peruvian Porter''' was an [[American Indian|indigenous]] [[Quechuan]], one of a group that accompanied [[United States of America|American]] [[archaeologist]] [[Indiana Jones]] on his expedition to find the [[Chachapoyan Fertility Idol]] in [[1936]] in [[Peru]], [[South America]].
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The '''Peruvian Porter''' was an [[American Indian|indigenous]] [[Quechuan]], one of a group that accompanied [[United States of America|American]] [[archaeologist]] [[Indiana Jones]] on his [[1936]] expedition to find the [[Chachapoyan Fertility Idol]] in [[Peru]], [[South America]].
   
 
== Biography ==
 
== Biography ==
=== Search for the Idol ===
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The [[Peru]]vian porter was an [[American Indian|indigenous]] [[Quechuan]] and spoke fluently [[Quechua|that language]].<ref>[[Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark (junior novelization)|''Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark'' junior novelization]] states that the five other men who accompanied [[Indiana Jones]] to the [[Temple of the Chachapoyan Warriors]] besides [[Satipo]] and [[Barranca]] were indigenous [[Quechuan]]s.</ref> In [[1936]], he was hired along with four other porters and [[Spain|Spanish]] Peruvians [[Satipo]] and [[Barranca]] to assist [[United States of America|America]]n [[archaeologist]] [[Indiana Jones]] as he sought out the [[Temple of the Chachapoyan Warriors]], which was said to be resting place of a legendary [[Chachapoyan Fertility Idol|golden idol]].
The [[Peru]]vian Porter was an [[American Indian|indigenous]] [[Quechuan]] and spoke fluently [[Quechua|that language]].<ref>[[Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark (junior novelization)|''Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark'' junior novelization]] states that the five other men who accompanied [[Indiana Jones]] to the [[Temple of the Chachapoyan Warriors]] besides [[Satipo]] and [[Barranca]] were indigenous [[Quechuan]]s.</ref> In [[1936]], he was hired along with four other porters and natives [[Satipo]] and [[Barranca]] to assist [[United States of America|America]]n [[archaeologist]] [[Indiana Jones]] as he sought out the [[Temple of the Chachapoyan Warriors]], which was said to be resting place of a legendary [[Chachapoyan Fertility Idol|golden idol]].
 
   
When they came into sight of [[Mount Shubet]], the porter assisted Barranca in tying two [[mule]]s to a tree, before taking the lead of the group and pressing forwards. However, after clearing away some brush around an eight-foot tall [[Chachapoyan]] statue, the porter was scared away by the demonic idol, and the nesting animals that flew out of it chased him away deeper into the jungle.<ref>''[[Indiana Jones: The Ultimate Guide]]''</ref>
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When they came in sight of [[Mount Shubet]], the porter assisted Barranca in tying two [[mule]]s to a tree, before taking the lead of the group and pressing forwards. However, after clearing away some brush around an eight-foot tall [[Chachapoyan]] statue, the porter was scared away by the demonic idol, and the nesting animals that flew out of it chased him back into the jungle.<ref>''[[Indiana Jones: The Ultimate Guide]]''</ref>
   
 
== Behind the scenes ==
 
== Behind the scenes ==
The Peruvian Porter was portrayed by the credited actor and stuntman [[Ted Grossman]] in ''[[Raiders of the Lost Ark]]''. Grossman later went on to portray the [[Deputy Sheriff]] in ''[[Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade]]''.
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The Peruvian Porter was portrayed by the credited actor and stuntman [[Ted Grossman]] in ''[[Raiders of the Lost Ark]]''. Grossman later went on to play the [[Deputy Sheriff]] in ''[[Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade]]''.
   
 
== Appearances ==
 
== Appearances ==
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The Peruvian Porter was an indigenous Quechuan, one of a group that accompanied American archaeologist Indiana Jones on his 1936 expedition to find the Chachapoyan Fertility Idol in Peru, South America.

Biography

The Peruvian porter was an indigenous Quechuan and spoke fluently that language.[1] In 1936, he was hired along with four other porters and Spanish Peruvians Satipo and Barranca to assist American archaeologist Indiana Jones as he sought out the Temple of the Chachapoyan Warriors, which was said to be resting place of a legendary golden idol.

When they came in sight of Mount Shubet, the porter assisted Barranca in tying two mules to a tree, before taking the lead of the group and pressing forwards. However, after clearing away some brush around an eight-foot tall Chachapoyan statue, the porter was scared away by the demonic idol, and the nesting animals that flew out of it chased him back into the jungle.[2]

Behind the scenes

The Peruvian Porter was portrayed by the credited actor and stuntman Ted Grossman in Raiders of the Lost Ark. Grossman later went on to play the Deputy Sheriff in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

Appearances

Notes and references

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