"Look what you did! I can't believe what you did!"―Indiana Jones after his father almost kills the crewman[src]
In 1938, Indiana Jones and his father planned to escape Germany aboard the zeppelin D-138. Noting the presence of Vogel, Indy took the steward aside and knocked him out, taking his uniform and stashing his body. When he awoke, he alerted a Gestapo agent on board to the identity of the Joneses.
The agent, a retired World War I pilot and he chased after them but the crewman was almost killed when Henry Jones knocked him off the zeppelin's scaffolding. However, he managed to grab a beam and save himself. Henry Jones almost killing him prompted a shocked Indy to echo his father's earlier sentiments about his own slaying of the guards at Castle Brunwald. In the end, due Indy's intervention, the crewman managed to avoid the same fate of the Gestapo and his accomplice.
Behind the scenesEdit
The Zeppelin Crewman was played by the uncredited stuntman Graeme Crowther in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Crowther previously performed stunts in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. The film's script identified the character only as "Crew Member".
The sequence in which the crewman and his partners chase the Joneses aboard the zeppelin was cut from the finished film but remains in the film's novelization. However, in the comic book adaptation, the Zeppelin Crewman is absent.