Indiana Jones theft charge denied
Harrison Ford returns in the fourth adventure about Indiana Jones
A man has been charged following the theft of computers and photographs from the set of the next Indiana Jones film.
Roderick Davis, 37, denied receiving stolen goods - a charge which carries a minimum jail term of four years - when appearing in court in Los Angeles.
Detectives posed as potential buyers for the items and set up a meeting with Mr Davis, according to prosecutors.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, again starring Harrison Ford, is due for release next May.
A court clerk said Mr Davis, who has previous convictions for theft, pleaded not guilty and was released on bail of $100,000 (£49,000).
Mr Davis was not available for comment.
Earlier this week, the film's producers settled a legal case against an actor who was accused of revealing the plot in a newspaper interview.
A court order claimed Tyler Nelson had knowingly broken the confidentiality agreement he signed after being cast.