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Harry Hamlin recalls his disastrous 'hidden-camera' Indiana Jones audition for Steven Spielberg

By Cassie Carpenter For Dailymail.com

Published: 06:52 GMT, 4 January 2020 | Updated: 06:52 GMT, 4 January 2020

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Four-time Golden Globe nominee Harry Hamlin believes Steven Spielberg will never cast him in anything after his disastrous 1978 audition for Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark.

At the time, the legendary 73-year-old filmmaker instructed the 68-year-old L.A. Law alum to 'bake a cake for George Lucas' with actress Stephanie Zimbalist, so he could secretly film them for chemistry.

'Amy Irving had been a good friend of mine,' Harry told Page Six on Thursday.  

Regret: Four-time Golden Globe nominee Harry Hamlin believes Steven Spielberg will never cast him in anything after his disastrous 1978 audition for Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark (pictured December 23)

Regret: Four-time Golden Globe nominee Harry Hamlin believes Steven Spielberg will never cast him in anything after his disastrous 1978 audition for Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark (pictured December 23)

Surveillance: At the time, the legendary 73-year-old filmmaker (L) instructed the 68-year-old L.A. Law alum to 'bake a cake for George Lucas' with actress Stephanie Zimbalist, so he could secretly film them for chemistry

Surveillance: At the time, the legendary 73-year-old filmmaker (L) instructed the 68-year-old L.A. Law alum to 'bake a cake for George Lucas' with actress Stephanie Zimbalist, so he could secretly film them for chemistry

'I was talking about how Amy was calling her friend group in LA and saying that this guy, this director guy was stalking her in New York and how she was kind of getting annoyed because this guy, Steven Spielberg, was showing up at the stage door every night with flowers.'

The curly-haired goddess (Carrie, Mickey and Maude) went on to marry the three-time Oscar winner, and the couple had a son Max before their 1989 divorce was ranked the third most costly in history.

Oscar nominee Harrison Ford famously played archaeologist Dr. Henry Walton 'Indiana' Jones, Jr. in the four-film franchise (spanning 1981-2008) which amassed $1.9B at the box office.

Meanwhile, Hamlin took on roles in Noel

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