Grab Your Whips and Satchels: Here Are All the Cool Indiana Jones Hidden Details at Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

If you love the Indiana Jones films, you probably immediately recognized the name Jock Lindsey when Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar opened at Disney Springs.

Jock is Indy’s personal pilot in the film Raiders of the Lost Ark – remember at the beginning when Indy’s running from the natives and shouting “JOCK! START THE ENGINE!”? Well, it just so happens, that after his time with Dr. Jones, Jock Lindsey came to Florida to open up his very own bar – the Hangar Bar.

Jock Lindsey’s portrait next to the bar

While the Hangar Bar is known to most for its delicious shareable plates and exotic cocktails (I personally love the pretzels and Jock’s Old Fashioned), it’s fitting that nods to Indiana Jones and his adventures are hidden all over the bar.

So grab your satchel, your whip, and of course, your hat, and let’s go collect a few rare antiquities, just like Indiana Jones!

An Opening Idol

One of the most iconic scenes in the Indiana Jones franchise comes right at the beginning of Raiders of the Lost Ark. Indy is trying to secure the fertility idol (above), and must replace it with a bag of sand, in order to keep the weight the same and not trigger the traps.

In the back left corner of the Hangar Bar, look up. See anything shiny on the shelf?

That’s right! Looks like Indy got the fertility idol after all.

Indiana Jones’ fertility idol in Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

A Handy Satchel

To the left of the shelves with the fertility idol, you may notice one of Indiana Jones’ most iconic accessories…

Do you see it? Indy’s trusty satchel! Also, notice the small replica of Jock’s plane on the shelf.

Spooky Dolls

Over in the bar area, you may notice a few dolls that resemble some iconic characters. These dolls aren’t for play though. These are the voodoo dolls of Indiana Jones, Willie, and Short Round from the Temple of Doom film. There’s also the feathered pin that is used to torture them. Yikes!

Voodoo dolls from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom


A Lucky Light

Sitting on the shelf below the voodoo dolls, you’ll see Indiana’s “lucky” Zippo lighter used in The Last Crusade.

X Never, Ever Marks the Spot

Map in Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

Hanging above the bar, you’ll see a giant world map. But the lines are important – they signify all of the places where Indiana Jones adventured! And, of course they are red to represent the iconic traveling scenes in the films.

Map in Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

Fans of the Disneyland attraction Indiana Jones Adventure – Temple of the Forbidden Eye may recognize the highlighted icon. This temple was dedicated to the goddess Mara, who curses anyone who looks into her eye.  To avoid being cursed, Jock creased the map there on purpose, to avoid her gaze. Good thinking!

Play Ball!

Yankees cap hanging from the shelf in Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

If you look up at the highest shelf, you’ll notice a Yankees cap hanging. In Temple of Doom, Short Round sports a similar one, and of course, Jock is wearing one in his portrait.

Lost and Found

Head toward the restrooms, and you’ll see the Lost and Found Locker.

Lost and Found locker at Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

If you look at the bottom left of the locker, you’ll see a jewelry box with an iconic piece from Raiders of the Lost Ark.

It’s the medallion Marion inherited from her father, which is ultimately used to show Indiana Jones where the Ark of the Covenant is buried.

The Peacock’s Eye diamond in Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

Also in the Lost & Found, is the Peacock’s Eye, the large diamond Indy is after in the beginning of Temple of Doom.

There’s a Big Snake in the Plane, Jock!

Jock’s boat at the Hangar Bar

Part of the Hangar bar seating is actually outside in Jock’s boat. But do you recognize the name? His boat is called the “Reggie” after his big pet snake, which is our first clue at how Indiana Jones feels about the reptiles.

By the way, this location was originally going to be for Trader Sam’s, which is why the boat is almost identical to a Jungle Cruise boat.

Escaped by the Skin of Their Teeth

Did you know the actor who played Jock Lindsey is actually a pilot named Fred Sorenson? He was hired to help fly the crew to set locations, and then was cast in the role of Jock. Raiders of the Lost Ark is the only film Fred ever appears in.

But that wasn’t the end of his impact on director Steven Spielberg. When filming Jurassic Park in Hawaii, a huge hurricane hit the island of Kauai. No flights were going out during the aftermath, and the crew was literally stranded. Spielberg called up Sorenson, and he flew out to rescue the team.

When Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar opened, Steven Spielberg personally sent this dinosaur tooth with a note that reads, “Jock, thanks for getting us off the island. – SS” It hangs behind the outside bar.

A Historical Nod

Above the booth seating inside, you’ll see a sign that reads “Bessie Coleman’s Flying Circus.” This is a nod to a real person – Bessie Coleman, who was the first African-American woman to hold a pilot license.

Universes Collide

Hidden Star Wars reference in Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar

Below the Bessie Coleman sign, you’ll see a salute to another, very famous cinematic universe.

Read RTO-D2 quickly. R2-D2, get it? And RXE 2-4 is a shout out to “Rex” the original pilot on the Star Tours attraction.

C-3PO and R2D2 from Star Wars

There you have it! A few pretty awesome things to search for next time you’re at the Hangar Bar. Just look out for Reggie!

And for big Indy fans, don’t forget to check out Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. You’ll see how they pulled off all those hair-raising stunts, LIVE!

Are you an Indiana Jones fan who’s excited to hunt down these artifacts? Let us know in the comments!

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Molly is a lifelong Disney enthusiast, and former Walt Disney World Guest Relations Cast Member and tour guide. Her Walt Disney World favorites include Festival of the Lion King, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, Fantasmic!, Mickey-shaped pretzels and rice krispie treats, and anything with Buzz Lightyear! She lives in Orlando with her husband (who she met in Guest Relations) and their two rescue dogs, Kronk and Cruella de Vil (Ella for short!)

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9 Replies to “Grab Your Whips and Satchels: Here Are All the Cool Indiana Jones Hidden Details at Jock Lindsey’s Hangar Bar”

    1. The IG-11/88 droid head is on the high shelf above the bar, near the door to the restrooms.

      Also at least one THX-1138 reference, one of the postcards on the wall has a street address of 1138.

  1. Several things wrong with ur review of jocks. As a CM that works there since opening, I can 100% say some of these things are wrong. But we sometimes laugh at them and let u all think whatever u want. First, Spielberg did NOT send that replica into disney to put in the bar. He sent it to Fred as a gift, where it remains. Disney imagineering recreated it as an Easter egg. The letter SS sent Fred was very detailed and not the one line as seen in the bar on the slip of scrap paper. Secondly, this is JOCKS bar. NOT indy”s. All the red lines on the map represent jocks travels. NOT Indiana’s. Not to mention several other things you got wrong but I cant reference them without getting off of this screen and I honestly don’t wanna rewrite this.

  2. Regarding the R2-D2 reference, of course you must mean George Lucas. Stephen Spielberg was not involved with “Star Wars.”

  3. FYI, A picture of Bessie Coleman is just to the right of the shelf with Indiana’s “lucky” Zippo lighter.