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Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar is a drinking and dining establishment inspired by the Indiana Jones films located at Disney Springs (formerly Downtown Disney), Walt Disney World.

Opened September 22, 2015, the bar is themed as the former hangar and home of Jock Lindsey with aircraft memorabilia and correspondence with Indiana Jones which decorate the building.

Publisher's summaryEdit

How did Indiana Jones' barnstorming pilot Jock Lindsey end up in Disney Springs?

Fans of Raiders of the Lost Ark can't forget Indy's easygoing pilot Jock Lindsey—owner of a pet snake named Reggie—but how did Jock arrive here?

The two globetrotters stumbled on Disney Springs in 1938 while chasing down a mythology-based tip in central Florida. Attracted to the town's natural springs and lush terrain, Jock bought some waterfront property and eventually settled down, piloting seaplane tours across the fast-growing Sunshine State.

Jock eventually built an airplane hangar, air tower and runway, and invited fellow members of The Society of Explorers and Adventurers to pay him a visit. His home base soon became a popular stopover and watering hole for world travelers and locals alike.

Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar was born!

Today, thrill-seeking families cross borders and continents to soak up the rugged charm of this artifact-strewn hangar bar, with its spare airplane parts, salvaged equipment and dusty mementos of glory days gone by.





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Behind the scenesEdit

In addition to references to the first three theatrical Indiana Jones movies, Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar also alludes to The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles and elements from the Expanded Adventures such as Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis and Jock Lindsey's roles in Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods and The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones story "The Sea Butchers." The character's background as a Midwest US stunt pilot who later spent time in Venezuela was originally introduced in the Raiders of the Lost Ark Sourcebook.

The attraction also contains nods to other Disney properties including Star Wars, The Rocketeer and Iron Man as well as references to famous aviators such as Amelia Earhart and Charles Lindbergh. References to the the DIsney theme park's various Adventurer groups can be found in the attraction, with Jock Lindsey's inclusion into the Society of Explorers and Adventurers and correspondence with Samantha Sterling, a character from the Adventurers' Club, a spiritual predecessor to the Hangar Bar and S.E.A.

The bar's address at 1138 Seaten Avenue continues a Lucasfilm tradition of referencing George Lucas' first feature film THX 1138.

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