The page about the German officer at the Hitler rally suggests that the officer was a SS thug, while Amazon (Prime) identifies him and clearly shows that he wasn't a SS goon, but rather a high-ranking official. Could it be, that he might be Joseph Goebbels, as his rank and looks are the same?
The guy watching the rally might be Goebbels but the credited "Man at Hitler Rally" is a different character. I don't know about Amazon but the clue is that Paul Humpoletz doesn't look like the Goebbels in Last Crusade. ;)
I stumbled upon these and read them, but I'm not really too sure if they're accurate or not because some things seem plausible such as how some of the characters have uploaded photographs of action figures while things like the last link above states about George Lucas which I don't think that one is correct.
I'm not sure - the site itself says "fandom", but whenever I look for the stories the artyicles are about elsewhere, I find nothing. Are they cannon?
I don't disagree but people add what they want. I actually didn't notice it was yourself sending this message when I started typing and was about to point you out as a member who has been fleshing out the Indy crew!
I did think about sharing some of the moments in which Indy was... better with women for the Twitter feed but I wasn't sure of the best way to go about it (plus general absence). "Look, here's the time a suffragette said Indy was kewl because he told a guy to shut up at a meeting he went to to hook up with Elizabeth Hurley!"
Recently with the contradiction seen in the Star Wars: Episode VII THe Force Awakens novel and the Star Wars: Episode VIII The Last Jedi film, Lucasfilm Story Group's member Pablo Hidalgo has stated what the deleted scenes change the novelizations. Maybe it could be also useful in Indiana Jones Wiki given that this Tweet could also refer to the Indiana Jones novelizations as there were also made by Lucasfilm ;)
Here I leave you the link for the shooting script of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Even though it's the shooting script and therefore the final draft of the film's story, it has many differences than in the finished version of the film. In addition, the uncredited Russians in the film are credited with the names of their real-life actors, so it would be necessary to add some more names :)
What is it with the category deceased? Should only historical persons that died prior to the timeline get the category deceased, or every historical person that died? And historical persons that died in the 21th century?
In Indiana Jones und das Gold von El Dorado Indiana Jones referenced Frank to be a FBI agent, after Ramos accused Indy of alarming the FBI, which Indy didn't do. Afterwards it was neither revealed who alarmed them, but it was presumably him, since only high-ranking officials knew the exact location of the headquarters, in which Frank was one of them. Also, he was never mentioned again after that, meaning that he was either captured by the FBI, or he returned to his presumable position.
I just bought Indiana Jones and the Hollow Earth (it's a canon novel by Max McCoy), and I noticed most of its articles on the wiki are stubs. I'd be happy to expand them, but I'd have to do it as I read the book.