When Struzan was hired to create the Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Forbidden Eye attraction poster, Disney did not have the rights to use Harrison Ford's likeness. Struzan personally called Ford to request permission to paint his likeness, which the actor granted.
"When Disney licensed Lucasfilm for the Indiana Jones ride [Temple of the Forbidden Eye], it did not secure the rights to Harrison Ford's likeness. So, when it came to the poster, my take on it was, gee, if I painted Indiana Jones and don't put Harrison's likeness on it, I'll look like a fool, like I couldn't do it. So I got his phone number and called him up to ask for his permission. He had just the gentlest Indy voice you ever heard. I told him the situation and his response was, 'If you're painting it then you go right ahead." 
- ↑ Poster Art of The Disney Parks (ISBN 978-1423124115)
- ↑ http://www.drewstruzan.com/illustrated/portfolio/?fa=medium&gid=814&co&gallerystart=1&pagestart=1&type=co