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In the fourth Indiana Jones feature film, we learn that you can survive a nuclear bomb inside a refrigerator and that you can't have an Indiana Jones movie without a comic interlude involving a snake. In this one, Jones and his girlfriend from the first movie in the franchise, released 27 years earlier than this one, fall into quicksand. Their son throws his mom what he calls a "rat snake" that's "not even poisonous" (which looks real but must be computer-generated - and it makes the stock explosive hissing sounds you expect from all movie snakes) and uses it like a rope to pull her out. (A real snake would have been torn into a bloody mess if pulled on that hard.) When the kid throws it to Indy, he refuses to take it until they tell him it's a rope, because he's scared of snakes. You remember.