Dreaming of Africa - The Life of Frederick Selous is a companion historical documentary that accompanies Chapter 10:Phantom Train of Doom in The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones. It appears on Disc 3 of Volume 2. It has a run-time of 25 minutes, 6 seconds.

Official SummaryEdit

Frederick Selous was a hunter, explorer, and celebrated author. Most of all, he was the envy of thrill-seekers everywhere, who coveted his life of mystery and danger. So large a figure was he that no less than Theodore Roosevelt considered him a hero. But when Selous first set foot in Africa decades earlier, he was a lost teenager with a big dream of finding adventure on the African continent. He had no idea what lay ahead.


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Produced and Written by Karena O'Riordan.

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