The boulder scene in the first Indiana Jones movie, "Raiders of the Lost Ark", is one of the most iconic and memorable scenes in cinematic history. The scene takes place early in the film when Indiana Jones (played by Harrison Ford) enters a booby-trapped temple in Peru in search of a golden idol.
As Indiana Jones approaches the idol, he triggers a series of traps, including a giant boulder that is unleashed and begins to roll towards him. Jones realizes he must run to escape the boulder and sprints away just in time, narrowly avoiding being crushed.
The scene was inspired by the 1954 adventure film "Secret of the Incas" and was choreographed by the film's stunt coordinator, Glenn Randall. The boulder itself was made of fiberglass and weighed around 300 pounds. The scene was filmed on location in Tunisia, where the crew had to roll the boulder down a hill to capture the shot.