Young Indiana Jones Episode Guide


Guide Notes

Episode guide revision date: September 30, 2019

The latest version of this guide can be found at: https://innermind.com/youngindy/

The episode order and seasons are based on how the series ran in the U.S. which was as follows:

First Season 1992 6 episodes
Second Season 1992-1993 6 episodes
Unaired in the U.S. 4 episodes
Third Season 1994-1996 4 episodes

The series was shown differently in other countries.

In the episode portion of the guide the credits at the beginning of the show are listed, or in the case of some of the movies just the credits listed for later episodes are given. A few of the credits at the end of the show are also listed. The cast and production credits are presented in the order in which the names appear on the screen except for several common credits listed in the additional credits section. Character names or partial names that don't appear in the on-screen credits are enclosed in brackets.

The productions refer to when the episodes were filmed.

  • First production filmed 1991-1992 with 16 episodes, 5 with younger Indy, 10 with older Indy, 1 with both, 17 TV hours
  • Second production filmed 1992-1993 with 12 episodes, 1 with younger Indy, 11 with older Indy, 15 TV hours
  • Third production filmed 1994-1995 with 4 made for cable movies, 8 TV hours

Additional filming was done at later times to expand two episodes into longer episodes.


Chronological episode listing

The production indicates the first, second , or third episode production.

Production Episode Episode Title
1 1 Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal [part 1]
2 25 Florence, May 1908
1 19 Paris, September 1908
1 15 Vienna, November 1908
1 3 British East Africa, September 1909
1 21 Benares, January 1910
1 20 Peking, March 1910
3 32 Young Indiana Jones Travels With Father
2 12 Princeton, February 1916
1 1 Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal [part 2]
2 18 Ireland, April 1916
1 2 London, May 1916
1 8 Somme, Early August 1916 [part 1]
1 9 Germany, Mid-August 1916 [part 2]
1 4 Verdun, September 1916
1 22 Paris, October 1916
2 17 Young Indiana Jones and the Phantom Train of Doom
1 5 German East Africa, December 1916 [part 1]
1 6 Congo, January 1917 [part 2]
3 31 Young Indiana Jones Attack of the Hawkmen
1 7 Austria, March 1917
1 10 Barcelona, May 1917
1 13 Petrograd, July 1917
2 26 Prague, August 1917
2 27 Palestine, October 1917
2 28 Transylvania, January 1918
2 16 Northern Italy, June 1918
2 23 Istanbul, September 1918
3 30 The Young Indiana Jones Treasure of the Peacock's Eye
2 24 Paris, May 1919
2 11 Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues
2 14 Young Indiana Jones and the Scandal of 1920
3 29 Young Indiana Jones and the Hollywood Follies

First season

1. Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal 3/4/92 [2 hours]

    The chronicles of Indy's youthful adventures begin with Old Indy
    relating to two jaded youths his departure from Princeton as a boy
    in 1908 to accompany his father's lecture tour around the world.
    Among the first stops is Egypt, where an expedition with T.E.
    Lawrence ends in a murder and a theft of an artifact that teenage
    Indy has a chance to resolve in 1916 when he rides with Mexican
    revolutionary Pancho Villa.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Indy age 16]
        Corey Carrier              [Indy age 8]
        Margaret Tyzack            [tutor Helen Seymour]
        Ronny Coutteure            [Remy]
    
    Guest Starring:
        Mike Moroff                [Pancho Villa]
        Francesco Quinn            [Francois]
        Ruth De Sosa               [Indy's mother]
        Lloyd Owen                 [Indy's father]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
        Music by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Jonathan Hales
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Egypt Segment Directed by   Jim O'Brien
        Directed by                 Carl Schultz
    
    Notes
        The horse Sean rode was Hurricane which was the black horse
        Harrison Ford rode in the Indiana Jones movies. Mike Moroff's
        Grandfather actually rode with Villa's gang. Filming was done
        in 1996 to expand this episode into two 2 hour movies for the
        video release.
              

2. London, May 1916 3/11/92

    Vanessa Redgrave appears in a recollection of war and romance:
    Indy arrives in London with pal Remy to enlist in the Belgian Army,
    but before shipping out, he's swept away by a British suffragette.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
        Ronny Coutteure            [Remy]
        Margaret Tyzack            [tutor Helen Seymour]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
        Elizabeth Hurley           [Vicky Prentiss]
    
    Guest Starring:
        Vanessa Redgrave           [Vicky's mother]
        Jane Wyatt                 [older Vicky]
        Kika Markham             as Sylvia Pankhurst
    
        Music by                    Joel McNeely
        Written by                  Rosemary Anne Sisson
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Carl Schultz
              

3. British East Africa, September 1909 3/18/92

    Indy and his parents are along for the rough ride when they join
    Teddy Roosevelt's 1909 safari in Africa, where Indy's determined
    to find a rare antelope Teddy Roosevelt wants for the Smithsonian.
    
    Starring:
        Corey Carrier              [Young Indy]
        Margaret Tyzack            [tutor Helen Seymour]
        Ruth De Sosa               [Indy's mother]
        Lloyd Owen                 [Indy's father]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
        Isaac Senteu Supeyo        [Meto]
    
    Guest Starring:
        James Gammon               [Teddy Roosevelt]
        Paul Freeman             as Selous
    
        Music by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Matthew Jacobs
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Carl Schultz
    
    Notes
        Disclaimer at beginning and end of episode: No animals were
        harmed or killed for the purposes of the production. Location
        filming was done in Kenya.
              

4. Verdun, September 1916 3/25/92

    Indy is a runner for the Belgian Army - and sometimes runs for his
    life - on the front line in France at the bloody battle of Verdun.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
        Ronny Coutteure            [Remy]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        Bernard Fresson            [Joffre]
        Jean Rougerie              [Henri Philippe Petain]
        Igor De Savitch            [Robert Nivelle]
        Cris Campion               [Lt. Gaston]
    
        Music by                    Joel McNeely
        Theme by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Jonathan Hensleigh
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Rene Manzor
              

5. German East Africa, December 1916 4/1/92 [part 1]

    Indy is second-in-command of a platoon on a trek for a weapon ship-
    ment. Along the way they discover a village wiped out by malaria,
    with the only survivor a 3-year-old boy.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
        Ronny Coutteure            [Remy]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        Bryan Pringle              [Sloat]
        Michel Duchaussoy          [Maj. Boucher]
        Isaach De Bankole          [Sgt. Barthelmy]
    and Friedrich Von Thun       as Albert Schweitzer
    
        Music by                    Joel McNeely
        Theme by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Frank Darabont
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Simon Wincer
    
    Notes
        This was initially supposed to be a single episode but got
        expanded into a two-parter.
              

6. Congo, January 1917 4/8/92 [part 2]

    Indy continues his quest for weapons into the Congo, where he's
    overtaken by disease but is saved by the healing hand of Albert
    Schweitzer.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
        Ronny Coutteure            [Remy]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        Bryan Pringle              [Sloat]
        Emile Abossolo M'Bo        [Joseph]
        Isolde Barth               [Helene Schweitzer]
        Yann Colette               [Colonel Pernod]
    and Friedrich Von Thun       as Albert Schweitzer
    
        Music by                    Joel McNeely
        Theme by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Frank Darabont
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Simon Wincer
              

Second season

7. Austria, March 1917 9/21/92

    Indy goes undercover as a spy in WWI Austria where he escorts a
    pair of royal Bourbon-Parma brothers on a secret mission that could
    halt hostilities.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        Benedict Taylor            [Prince Sixtus]
        Matthew Wait               [Xavier]
        Christopher Lee            [Count Ottokar Graf Czernin]
        Patrick Ryecart            [Emperor Karl]
        Jennifer Ehle              [Empress Zita]
    and Joss Ackland             as The Prussian
    
        Music by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Frank Darabont
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Vic Armstrong
              

8. Somme, Early August 1916 9/28/92 [part 1]

    Indy is under the command of a heroic French lieutenant and in the
    trenches with a contemptible compatriot.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
        Ronny Coutteure            [Remy]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        Jason Flemyng              [Emile]
        Richard Ridings            [Andre]
        Simon Hepworth             [Tutu]
        Jonathan Phillips          [Jacques]
    
        Music by                    Frederic Talgorn
        Theme by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Jonathan Hensleigh
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Simon Wincer
    
    Notes
        In Australia this and the following episode were shown as a two
        hour movie titled "Young Indiana Jones and the Great Escape."
              

9. Germany, Mid-August 1916 10/5/92 [part 2]

    As a POW, Indy has but one mission in mind - escape - an ambition
    he shares with fellow prisoner Charles de Gaulle.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        Jason Flemyng              [Emile]
        Yves Beneyton              [Benet]
    and Herve Pauchon            as Charles De Gaulle
    
        Music by                    Frederic Talgorn
        Theme by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Jonathan Hensleigh
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Simon Wincer
              

10. Barcelona, May 1917 10/12/92

    Indy's in cahoots with a bunch of bumbling Allied spies plotting to
    turn neutral Spain against Germany.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
        Amanda Ooms                [Nadia]
        Timothy Spall              [Cunningham]
        Kenneth Cranham
    
    Guest Starring:
        Harry Enfield              [Chauffeur]
        Terry Jones                [Marcello]
        William Hootkins           [Diaghilev]
        Liz Smith                  [Delfina]
    
        Music by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Gavin Scott
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Terry Jones
              

11. Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues 3/13/93 [2 hours]

    Snowbound in a Wyoming cabin, 50-year-old Indy recalls his wild
    adventures in 1920 Chicago, where jazz legend Sidney Bechet gives
    young Indy some tips on improvisation - a skill he uses when
    investigating an underworld murder with young reporter Ernie
    Hemingway.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
    and Harrison Ford              [Indiana Jones]
    
    Guest Starring:
        Jeffrey Wright             [Sidney Bechet]
        Jay Underwood              [Ernest Hemingway]
        Keith David                [King Oliver]
        Frank Vincent              [John Torrio]
        Frederick Weller           [Eliot Ness]
        Maria Howell               [Goldie]
        Nicholas Turturro           Al Capone
        Saginaw Grant              [Great Cloud]
        Jane Krakowski             [second wife of Colosimo]
        David Arnott               [Clifford]
        Victor Slezak              [O'Bannion]
    and Ray Serra               as [Jim] Colosimo
    
        Music Composed and Adapted by Joel McNeely
        Written by                  Jule Selbo
        Directed by                 Carl Schultz
    
    Notes
        For this episode the bookends shown in the U.S. were different
        than those shown in the U.K. See the Blues bookend for more details.
              

12. Princeton, February 1916 3/20/93

    The plans for an electric-car battery are stolen from Thomas Edison's
    laboratories, which sparks Indy and his girlfriend to conduct an
    investigation that takes some shocking twists.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
        Lloyd Owen                 [Indy's father]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        Robyn Lively               [Nancy Stratemeyer]
        Mark L. Taylor             [Prof. Thompson]
        Clark Gregg                [Dickinson]
    and James Handy              as Frank Brady
    
        Music by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Matthew Jacobs
        Directed by                 Joe Johnston
              

13. Petrograd, July 1917 3/27/93

    Indy's duty as an Allied spy collides with the comradeship with a
    group of young Bolsheviks as he tries to prevent a Red tide from
    washing over St. Petersburg.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        Julia Stemberger           [Rosa]
        Jean Pierre Cassel         [ambassador]
        Beata Pozniak              [Irena]
        Ravil Isyanov              [Sergei]
        Gary Olsen                 [Boris]
    and Roger Sloman            as [Vladimir Ilyich] Lenin
    
        Music by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Gavin Scott
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Simon Wincer
              

14. Young Indiana Jones and the Scandal of 1920 4/3/93 [2 hours]

    New York is the setting for romance when Indy gets involved with a
    Broadway-bound singer, a bohemian poet and a socialite all at once,
    while he works on a musical revue composed by George Gershwin.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        Alexandra Powers           [Gloria]
        Anne Heche                 [Kate]
        Jennifer Stevens           [Peggy]
        Christopher John Fields    [George White]
        Tom Beckett                [George Gershwin]
        Michelle Nicastro          [Ann Penington]
        Bill Mckinney              [Mack]
        Robert Trebor              [Schwarz]
        Peter Appel                [Ross]
        Annabelle Gurwitch         [Dottie]
        Mark Holton                [Woolcott]
        Terumi Matthews            [Edna Ferber]
        Dylan Price                [Franklin Adams]
        Joshua Rifkind             [Robert Sherwood]
        Peter Spears               [Robert Benchley]
        Brenda Strong              [Beatrice Kaufman]
        Guri Weinberg              [George Kaufman]
    
        Music Composed and Adapted by Joel McNeely
        Written by                  Jonathan Hales
        Directed by                 Syd MaCartney
    
    Notes
        This aired some places as 2 episodes: "New York, June 1920" and
        "New York, July 1920."
              

15. Vienna, November 1908 4/10/93

    The Habsburg court is a gilded cage for a young princess who
    enchants young Indy, but he's told to repress his feelings for her
    by almost everyone ... except Freud, Jung and Adler.
    
    Starring:
        Corey Carrier              [Young Indy]
        Margaret Tyzack            [tutor Helen Seymour]
        Ruth De Sosa               [Indy's mother]
        Lloyd Owen                 [Indy's father]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        Lennart Hjulstrom          [Franz Ferdinand]
        Ernst Hugo Jardegard       [Carl Jung]
        Bjorn Granat               [Adler]
        Amalie Alstrup             [Princess Sophie]
        Max von Sydow           as [Sigmund] Freud
    
        Music by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Matthew Jacobs
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Bille August
              

16. Northern Italy, June 1918 4/17/93

    On the Italian front in World War I, smitten Indy asks Red Cross
    ambulance driver Ernest Hemingway's advice on how to woo a beautiful
    young Italian woman.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        Jay Underwood              [Ernest Hemingway]
        Veronika Logan             [Giulietta]
        Pernilla August          as Mamma
    
        Music by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Jonathan Hales
        Directed by                 Bille August
              

17. Young Indiana Jones and the Phantom Train of Doom 6/5/93 [2 hours]

    Indy gets tricked into joining a team of experts to try to take out
    a massive German rail gun in German East Africa during WWI.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
        Ronny Coutteure            [Remy]
    
    Guest Starring:
        Lynsey Baxter              [Margaret Trappe]
        Tom Bell                   [Gen. Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck]
        Paul Freeman               [Frederick Selous]
        Ronald Fraser              [Donald]
        Freddie Jones              [Birdy]
        Norman Rodway              [Gen. Smuts]
    
        Music Composed by           Joel McNeely
        Written by                  Frank Darabont
        Directed by                 Peter Macdonald
              

18. Ireland, April 1916 6/12/93

    Broke and stranded in Dublin on the eve of the Easter Rebellion,
    Indy gets a job at a pub, where he meets some of Ireland's
    revolutionaries, including playwright Sean O'Casey.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
        Ronny Coutteure            [Remy]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        John Lynch                 [Sean O'Casey]
        Shane Connaughton          [W.B. Yeats]
        Darrah Kelly               [Sean Lemass]
        Susannah Doyle             [Maggie]
        Nell Murphy                [Nuala]
    
        Music by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Jonathan Hales
        Directed by                 Gillies Mackinnon
              

19. Paris, September 1908 6/19/93

    Young Indy has an artful adventure with young Norman Rockwell in
    Paris, where the two meet Pablo Picasso and Edgar Degas.
    
    Starring:
        Corey Carrier              [Young Indy]
        Margaret Tyzack            [tutor Helen Seymour]
        Ruth De Sosa               [Indy's mother]
        Lloyd Owen                 [Indy's father]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        Danny Webb                 [Pablo Picasso]
        Jean Pierre Aumont         [Edgar Degas]
    and Lukas Haas               as Norman Rockwell
    
        Music by                    Joel McNeely
        Theme by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Reg Gadney
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Rene Manzor
              

20. Peking, March 1910 6/26/93

    Young Indy becomes seriously ill on a journey with his mother and
    tutor in rural China, where they're sheltered by a Chinese farming
    family, far from the nearest Western doctor.
    
    Starring:
        Corey Carrier              [Young Indy]
        Margaret Tyzack            [tutor Helen Seymour]
        Ruth De Sosa               [Indy's mother]
        Lloyd Owen                 [Indy's father]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        Ping Wu                    [Li]
        Nigel Fan                  [Ah Pin]
    
        Music by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Rosemary Anne Sisson
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Gavin Millar
              

21. Benares, January 1910 7/03/93

    Young Indy has a spirited encounter in India with Krishnamurti,
    a youth who's been declared New World Teacher by a group espousing
    the religion of theosophy.
    
    Starring:
        Corey Carrier              [Young Indy]
        Margaret Tyzack            [tutor Helen Seymour]
        Ruth De Sosa               [Indy's mother]
        Lloyd Owen                 [Indy's father]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        John Wood                  [Charles Leadbeater]
        Dorothy Tutin              [Annie Besant]
    and Hemanth Rao             as [Jiddu] Krishnamurti
    
        Music by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Jonathan Hensleigh
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Deepa Mehta
              

22. Paris, October 1916 7/10/93

    Paris brings out the passion in amorous Indy, who has a fling with
    the most infamous and exotic figure of the day - Mata Hari.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
        Ronny Coutteure            [Remy]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
        Domiziana Giordano       as Mata Hari
    
    Guest Starring:
        Kenneth Haigh              [War Minister]
        Ian McDiarmid              [Prof. Levi]
        Jacqueline Pearce          [Annabelle]
        Sheila Burrell             [Lady #1]
        Maria Charles              [Lady #2]
    
        Music by                    Joel McNeely
        Theme by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Carrie Fisher
        Based on a Story by         George Lucas
        Directed by                 Nicholas Roeg
              

23. Istanbul, September 1918 7/17/93

    While on a dangerous WWI spy mission, Indy keeps his real identity
    a secret from the young woman he intends to marry.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
    
    Guest Starring:
        Katherine Butler           [Molly]
        Peter Firth              as Stefan
    and Ahmet Levendoglu         as Mustafa Kemal
    
        Music by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Rosemary Ann Sisson
        Directed by                 Mike Newell
              

24. Paris, May 1919 7/24/93

    Indy sees the Realpolitik seeds of many 20th-century conflicts sown
    at the 1919 WWI Paris peace conference, where he encounters a young
    Vietnamese patriot later known as Ho Chi Minh.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
    
    Guest Starring:
        Cyril Cusack               [George Clemenceau]
        Anna Massey                [Gertrude Bell]
        Michael Maloney            [Arnold Toynbee]
        Dougie Henshall            [T.E. Lawrence]
        Alec Mapa                  [Nguyen]
        Michael Kitchen            [Lloyd George]
        Josef Sommer               [Woodrow Wilson]
        Jeroen Krabbe            as Brockdorff
    
        Music by                    Joel McNeely
        Written by                  Jonathan Hales
        Directed by                 David Hare
              

Unaired in U.S.

25. Florence, May 1908

    While touring Florence, Italy, Indy meets opera composer Giacomo
    Puccini, who has romantic designs on Indy's mother.
    
    Starring:
        Corey Carrier              [Young Indy]
        Margaret Tyzack            [tutor Helen Seymour]
        Ruth De Sosa               [Indy's mother]
        Lloyd Owen                 [Indy's father]
    and George Hall              as Old Indy
    
    Guest Starring:
        George Corraface         as Puccini
    
        Music Adapted by            Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Jule Selbo
        Directed by                 Mike Newell
              

26. Prague, August 1917

    Indy tries to get a phone installed in his apartment, but runs into
    a bureaucratic nightmare.  Only Franz Kafka is willing to help him.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
    
    Guest Starring:
        Tim Mcinnerny            as Franz Kafka
    
        Music by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Gavin Scott
        Directed by                 Robert Young
              

27. Palestine, October 1917

    On an undercover mission to the town of Beersheba, Indy must defuse
    Turkish explosives in preparation for the arrival of a regiment of
    the Australian Light Horsemen.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
    
    Guest Starring:
        Catherine Zeta Jones       [Maya]
        Julian Firth               [Meinertzhagan]
        Cameron Daddo              [Jack Anders]
        Douglas Henshall           [T.E. Lawrence]
    
        Music by                    Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Frank Darabont
        Directed by                 Simon Wincer
    
    Notes
        This episode was expanded to two hours for the video release.
              

28. Transylvania, January 1918

    Indy goes behind enemy lines to investigate the sudden disappearance
    of all the prisoners at an Austrian POW camp.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
    
    Guest Starring:
        Bob Peck                   [General Targo]
        Keith Szarabajka           [Colonel Waters]
    
    Co-Starring:
        Simone Bendix              [Maria]
        Paul Kynman                [Nicholas Hunyadi]
        Sam Kelly                  [Dr. Heinzer]
        Alan Polonski              [Agent McCall]
        Michael Mellinger          [Paretti]
        William Roberts            [Stanfill]
        William Armstrong          [The Major]
        Steven Hartley             [Agent Picard]
        Ann Tirard                 [Tarot Reader]
        Petr Svarovsky             [Venetian Policeman]
        David Gilliam              [Agent Thompson]
        Petr Jakl                  [German General]
        Jiri Kraus                 [French General]
        Lee Norris                 [Kid #1]
        Grady McCloud Bowman       [Kid #2]
        Darwin Brandis             [Kid #3]
    
        Music by                    Curt Sobel
        Written by                  Jonathan Hensleigh
        Directed by                 Dick Maas
    
    Notes
        This episode was scheduled to air in the U.K. on May 14, 1994
        but did not because it was considered too violent for the 6pm
        timeslot. It did air at a later time and date.
              

Third Season

The 4 made-for-cable-movies aired in the U.S. on the Family Channel. The movies ran a number of times but just the first air date is listed. The Family Channel never aired any of the episodes that were made for ABC. In August 1998 the channel changed to become the Fox Family Channel.

29. Young Indiana Jones and the Hollywood Follies 10/15/94

    To earn college tuition money, Indy takes a job as assistant to a
    studio executive. His assignment: get extravagant director Erich
    von Stroheim to bring in his latest epic on time and on budget -
    or else.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
        Allison Smith              [Claire Lieberman]
        Bill Cusack                [Irving Thalberg]
        Julia Campbell             [Kitty]
    with Stephen Caffery         as John Ford
    and Dana Gladstone           as Erich von Stroheim
        David Margulies            [Carl Lammle]
        Peter Dennis               [Pete]
        Luigi Amodeo               [Massimo]
        JD Hinton                  [Harry Carey]
        Leo Gordon                 [Wyatt Earp]
    
        Music Composed by           Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Jonathan Hales and Matthew Jacobs
        Directed by                 Michael Schultz
    
    Note before closing credits
        Lucasfilm Ltd. would like to thank the people of Fillmore,
        California for their invaluable assistance during the 1994
        Northridge Earthquake which occurred on the first day of
        shooting of HOLLYWOOD FOLLIES. Their support during the difficult
        time following the earthquake was truly inspirational and greatly
        appreciated.
              

30. The Young Indiana Jones Treasure of the Peacock's Eye 1/15/95

    A dying soldier's last words, a map bearing an ancient Greek
    inscription, and the promise of a 140-carat diamond, once the
    possession of Alexander the Great, lead Indy on an adventure.
    He pursues the treasure where along the way he comes across E.M.
    Forster, Lily the misleading chanteuse Jin-Wing, Chinese pirates,
    and the unforgettable child Biok.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
        Ronny Coutteure            [Remy]
        Adrian Edmondson           [Zyke]
        Jayne Ashbourne            [Lily]
    with Tom Courtenay           as Bronislaw Malinowski
    
        Music Composed by           Steven Bramson
        Written by                  Jule Selbo
        Directed by                 Carl Schultz
              

31. Young Indiana Jones Attack of the Hawkmen 10/08/95

    After being assigned to the Lafayette Escadrille flying squadron,
    Indy encounters notorious German flying ace Baron von Richthofen;
    then goes undercover to persuade aircraft designer Anthony Fokker
    to defect from Germany.
    
    Starring:
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
        Ronny Coutteure            [Remy]
    
        Music Composed by           Joel McNeely
        Written by                  Matthew Jacobs, Rosemary Anne Sisson,
                                    and Ben Burtt
        Directed by                 Ben Burtt
    
    Co-Starring:
        Patrick Toomey              Charles Nungesser
        Marc Warren                 Baron Von Richthofen
        Craig Kelly                 Anthony Fokker
        Daniel Kash                 Raoul Lufbery
        Ewan Bailey                 Hobie
        Lawrence Elman              Len
        Nick Colicos                Green
        Matt Bardock                Carl
        Victor Spinetti             Bragas
        John Warnaby                British Officer
        Richard Ashcroft            LeBlanc
        John Conroy                 Cartier
        Damien Dibben               Corporal G
        Leon Silver                 Eugene
        Kenneth Collard             Pierre
        Anthony Daniels             Francois
        Victor Spinetti             Major M
        Gertran Klauber             Maurice
        Bill Thomas                 Max
        Karl Dobry                  Goering
        Manuel Harlan               Lothar
        Peter Clay                  Forssman
        Jon Pertwee                 General Von Kramer
        Geoffrey Whitehead          Werner
        Edward Jewesbury            C-in-C Alhorn
              

32. Young Indiana Jones Travels With Father 6/16/96

    Indy feels like a stranger returning home from World War I. He recalls
    happier times with his father during a 1910 journey through the
    countryside of Russia and the ancient ruins of Athens.
    
    Starring:
        Corey Carrier              [Young Indy]
        Sean Patrick Flanery       [Young Indy]
        Lloyd Owen                 [Indy's father]
        Ruth De Sosa               [Indy's mother]
        Margaret Tyzack            [tutor Helen Seymour]
    with Michael Gough          as [Leo] Tolstoy
    
        Music Composed by           Laurence Rosenthal
        Written by                  Frank Darabont, Matthew Jacobs, and
                                    Jonathan Hales
       Greece Segment Directed by Deepa Mehta
        Directed by                 Michael Schultz
    
    Co-Starring: (not complete)
        George Jackos              [Nikos Kazantzakis]
        George Yiasoumi            [Aristotle]
              

Additional Credits

Credits common to all episodes

    Producer                    Rick McCallum
    Created by                  George Lucas
    Executive Producer          George Lucas
              

A few of the other credits

    Director of Photographer
       David Tattersall            1,2,4-14,17-19,22-28,30
       Miguel Icasa Solana         3
       Jorgen Persson              15,16
       Oliver Stapleton            20
       Giles Nuttgens              21,31,32
       Ross Berryman A.S.C.        29
    Editor
       Edgar Burcksen              1,3,7,9,11,15,17-20,28
       Louise Rubacky              2,5,6,10,12-14,21-25
       Ben Burtt                   4,8,27,31
       Janus Billeskov Jansen      16
       Joan E. Chapman             26
       Paul Martin Smith, G.B.F.E  29,32
       T.M. Christopher            30
    Production Designer
       Gavin Bocquet               1-10,13,15-28
       Jeff Ginn                   11,12,14
       Barbara Kretscmer           11,12,14
       Lucy Richardson             21
       Ricky Eyres                 29-32
    Costume Designer
       Charlotte Holdich           1-10,13,15-28
       Peggy Farrell               11,12,14,29
       Trisha Biggar               30-32
              

Disclaimer starting with episode 3

This is a work of fiction. While Young Indiana Jones is portrayed as taking part in historical events and meeting real figures in history, many of the characters in the story as well as the situations and scenes have been invented. In addition, where real historical figures and events are described, in some cases the chronology and historical facts have been altered for dramatic effect.

Miscellaneous Credits

The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles is a trademark of LUCASFILM LTD. Presented in Dolby Surround Produced in association with Amblin Television, Lucasfilm Television, Paramount (for ABC), The Family Channel (for Family Channel).


Other notes regarding this episode guide

The synopses for the episodes that aired in the U.S. were adapted from TV Guide listings.

For providing information and/or corrections thanks to Laurie Yadon, Lance Oshiro, Timo Mannikko, Kent Keltner, Randall Miyashiro, Greg Bole, Andreas Bewersdorff, Kathy Li, Ed Weiland, Quinn McCord, Rick Kitchen, Terry Gaetz, George Fergus, Sally Smith, Mike Brown, Lisle Brown, Kerrin Jones, Janne Kantola, Rick Heli, Danny Moses, Bart Barenbrug, Sebastiaan Nijhof, Michael Arvallius, Darryll Hobson, Sascha Krasny, Thorfinn Tait, Torsten Kracke, Gerhard Maierhofer, Mark Martinez, Donald Lowe, Leslie Ann Remencus, Russell Lee, Ted Staff, and Chris Daly.

Much thanks: to Nick Sauer for his Indiana Jones timeline from where the idea and some of the information for the timeline came from; to Steven Grimm and Edwin Yau for typing in some of the info; and to the people who made the the guide available on the internet before this website came to be.

This guide is for personal use only and may be distributed freely. No charge may be made for this document beyond the costs of printing and distribution.

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