One of the UK's most prolific film stuntmen, Terry Richards, died suddenly on Saturday. He was 81 and had been ill for some time.
Richards, who appeared in Raiders of the Lost Ark as the Cairo Swordsman, who displays his swordfighting prowess only for Indy to shoot him in the chest, also appeared in many Bond films, as well as "Star Wars", "The Princess Bride" and "The Avengers". In all, Richards played roles and did stunts, including acting as a body double for fight scenes, in more than 100 films.
He also toured the world with a medieval jousting show until retiring in 1999.
His funeral service is to be held in Ruislip, and the funeral cortege will make its way though Northwest London where a sudden scuffle will break out and the coffin thrown from the hearse before being carried away by Nazis, hotly pursued by Indiana Jones on a horse.
After vanquishing the Nazis with a pistol, Indy will be shocked to find several large knights in armour bearing down upon him. As he jumps out of the way, the knights then take up the coffin and use it as a battering ram through a mob of Vikings in an attempt to escape.
Fortunately at that point James Bond will arrive in a tank, shoots the knights and then takes the coffin a further half a mile only for the tank to fall into a trap and the coffin then slides onto the road, where it becomes the scene of a pitched battle between Eastern swordsmen and Zulu warriors.
Using a smokescreen, a group of British colonial soldiers will make off with the coffin, carrying it to the cemetery and make a last stand to protect it. Amidst cannon fire and mock explosions all over the cemetery, Terry Richards will finally be laid to rest.
"He had a full life with plenty of excitement and I'm sure he would love his final fight sequences", said his son, "although now I'm glad he never did any zombie movies"