"...don't call me Junior!"
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An elderly Bureaucrat was present in Washington DC in 1936, when Indiana Jones and Marcus Brody discussed the location and future study of the Ark of the Covenant with Major Eaton and Colonel Musgrove. While the other four sat around the table, he preferred to stand in the background and let Eaton lead the conversation.

Behind the scenesEdit

The Bureaucrat was played by the late Bill Reimbold in Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Given the sensitive nature of the Ark of the Covenant, it's likely that the Bureaucrat is part of US Army Intelligence or in a similar intelligence service like Eaton and Musgrove.

In film's storybook adaptation, the Bureaucrat, described as a high-ranking American official, has some dialogue, including handing over payment for Jones' services in retrieving the Ark.