"Oh, look at that... We're rich... We're rich!"―Roscoe[src]
In 1912, Roscoe was a member of Fedora's grave robbing gang as they were excavating at a Utah canyon after being hired by antiquities collector Panama Hat to retrieve the Cross of Coronado. When Roscoe found it, he got so excited that he annoyed Half Breed.
After Indiana Jones stole the Cross of Coronado, Roscoe chased Indy and fought him on a circus train. During the fight, Roscoe gained an edge over Indy by pulling a knife, but lost his opportunity when he and Jones were nearly gored through the train car by an agitated rhinoceros. After Indy was pulled to safety from the lion car, Roscoe stepped in to grab the Cross but let go because he was frightened by a snake that wriggled out of Indy's sleeve.
Roscoe later showed up at the Jones residence with Fedora and took the recovered treasure to their boss, Panama Hat, and received the gang's payment.
Behind the scenesEdit
Roscoe was portrayed by Bradley Gregg in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. In the Rob MacGregor's Last Crusade novelization and in Ryder Windham's junior adaptation of the film, Indy nicknamed him "the Kid".
During the development of the film's script, written by Jeffrey Boam, Roscoe was originally going to be bitten by the snake that slithers from Indy's sleeve during the circus train chase after rescuing him from the lion wagon. His fate afterwards went unmentioned.
- Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (First appearance)
- Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade novel
- Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade comic