"Dr. Jones, what you look at?"
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"...don't call me Junior!"
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Behind the scenesEdit
It is not entirely clear which role in "Verdun, September 1916" is that of the French Private. The most likely candidates are these roles with speaking lines:
- Nicole's husband, the soldier who gives Indiana Jones a box of his momentos, including a photo of his wife, prior to the first charge.
- The wounded French soldier in no man's land, whom Jones encounters on his way to the German command bunker.
- The French soldier who gives Major Gaston a casualty count after the first charge.
- The French soldier who points Jones in the direction of Colonel Barc's bunker on Jones' first assignment.