I know Temple of Doom isn't everyone's favorite Indy film, but my God if you want a testament to the diverse talent of Steven Spielberg and George Lucas, look at that opening credit sequence. That spectacularly lit, choreographed, and art-directed sequence is one of the most impressive musical numbers done on film in decades. Here's a couple of filmmakers known for action/adventure/fantasy and they pulled off a Busby Berkley number that would have been impressive in the heyday of that kind of film in the 30s and 40s. And it's cool that it's in there because that's when the film is set. I saw this sequence in letterbox the other day on cable and I had forgotten just how good it was. That opening title sequence is better produced than some ENTIRE films!