Indiana Jones et le Temple du Peril at Disneyland Paris is the first in a series of park movies that take a deeper look at the experiences of the folks who understand it best… the Cast Members!
What do we know about the series?
“Embarquement Immediate” is a revolutionary new web series from Disneyland Paris in which a camera is put on certain park attractions. Inside the van, we’re joined by a cast member from or near that attraction who knows all the secrets and shares them on video.
Today, the park has taken us on a journey onboard Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril with Adventureland Merchandise Hostess Claire, who tells us more about the ominous temple.
The video is virtually fully disseminated in French. If you don’t understand the language, just turn on the English captioning and you’ll have access to all of Claire’s information! While we board,
Claire discusses Indiana Jones et le Temple du Peril, revealing that her business, the Indiana Jones Adventure Outpost, is intended to be the suppliers of campsites for the dig that surrounds the temple.
She also notes that the attraction was inspired by the mine cart pursuit sequence in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, while the temple itself was inspired by the Vidyashankara Indian Temple, which is ideal for housing the attraction’s hallmark element.
Claire explains that when the ride initially launched in 1993, it was the first in any Disney theme park across the world to incorporate a loop and invert passengers upside down.
She also mentions that one of her favorite aspects of the attraction are the numerous Jeeps that sit outside of it, claiming that they have a real feel to them.
About Indiana Jones Et Le Temple Du Péril
The roller coaster Indiana Jones Et Le Temple Du Péril which in English is called for the name of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Peril has been located for Disneyland Park (Paris). On July 30, 1993, it first opened its doors.
Guests are transported on an Indiana Jones-inspired journey through a lost temple on a mining train. Esso sponsored the attraction.