Indiana Jones has switched from runaway trains to gondolas.

Director Steven Spielberg was in Venice, Italy, on Monday with his cast to shoot parts of the third film about the adventurer, tentatively titled "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade."The movie will have scenes set in 1930s Venice.

"There are some films you would be irresponsible not to continue," said Spielberg. "Indiana Jones is one of these. It is not a testimony of the times, but it has all the characteristics of an exotic entertainment that aims to excite, to scare and to strike the spectator with a sense of wonder."

The film, also being shot on location in Spain, Jordan and Colorado, is expected to be in theaters in 1989.