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This is a list of episodes of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles and The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones. The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles aired from 1992 to 1993 on ABC. A total of twenty-eight episodes were produced by Paramount Pictures and Lucasfilm. The series was partially released on Laserdisc and VHS in the early 1990s. Four TV movies based on the series aired on The Family Channel from 1994 to 1996.

In 1996, the Chronicles and the Family Channel TV movies were edited into twenty-two feature-length episodes; a new series known as The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones. The series was partially released on VHS in 1999, and was released in its entirety on DVD throughout late 2007 and early 2008.

The Young Indiana Jones ChroniclesEdit

Produced episodesEdit

The first season of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles consisted of six episodes.[1] The series debuted on ABC on March 4, 1992 with the feature-length episode "Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal", which served to introduce the character at the three ages he would be portrayed as in the show. The rest of the season one episodes were hour-long. Five subsequent episodes were aired before the show was canceled.

Young Indy was picked up again by ABC due to critical success, and four more hour-long episodes were aired several months later, beginning on September 21, 1992. ABC proceeded to order another two-hour TV movie and thirteen more hour-long episodes for season two.[2] Altogether, season two consisted of eighteen episodes[1]—a combination of newly-produced episodes, as well as some originally produced for the first season. The last episode —"Paris, May 1919"—aired on July 24, 1993, leaving four episodes unaired.

# Title Airdate
1. "Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal"[3] March 4, 1992
2. "London, May 1916" March 11, 1992
3. "British East Africa, September 1909" March 18, 1992
4. "Verdun, September 1916" March 25, 1992
5. "German East Africa, December 1916" April 1, 1992
6. "Congo, January 1917" April 8, 1992
7. "Austria, March 1917" September 21, 1992
8. "Somme, Early August 1916" September 28, 1992
9. "Germany, Mid-August 1916" October 5, 1992
10. "Barcelona, May 1917" October 12, 1992
11. "Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues" March 13, 1993
12. "Princeton, February 1916" March 20, 1993
13. "Petrograd, July 1917" March 27, 1993
14. "Young Indiana Jones and the Scandal of 1920" April 3, 1993
15. "Vienna, November 1908" April 10, 1993
16. "Northern Italy, June 1918" April 17, 1993
17. "Young Indiana Jones and the Phantom Train of Doom"[4] June 5, 1993
18. "Ireland, April 1916" June 12, 1993
19. "Paris, September 1908" June 19, 1993
20. "Peking, March 1910" June 26, 1993
21. "Benares, January 1910" July 3, 1993
22. "Paris, October 1916" July 10, 1993
23. "Istanbul, September 1918" July 17, 1993
24. "Paris, May 1919" July 24, 1993
25. "Prague, August 1917" Unaired
26. "Florence, May 1908" Unaired
27. "Palestine, October 1917" Unaired
28. "Transylvania, January 1918" Unaired

International variationsEdit

In some territories, certain episodes were split or combined under different titles.[5]

# Title
"Young Indiana Jones and the Great Escape"[5]
"Chicago, April 1920"[5]
"Chicago, May 1920"[5]
"New York, June 1920"
"New York, July 1920"

Unproduced episodesEdit

During pre-production, the crew developed a timeline extending from 1908 to 1922 of all major events and people of the time period,[6] and Lucas intended to produce episodes leading up to a 24-year-old Jones.[7] However, the series was cancelled in 1993, and as a result there were a number of episodes that were not produced.

The table below lists the unproduced episodes. The numbered episodes were detailed in the third season synopsis, dated February 8, 1993,[1] and the unnumbered episodes were confirmed by other sources.

# Title / description
30 "Stockholm, December 1909"
31 "Athens, July 1910"
32 "Russia, March 1909"
33 "Jerusalem, June 1909"
34 "Tangiers, July 1909"
35 "Geneva, May 1909"
36 "Tokyo, April 1910"
37 "Princeton, May 1905"
38 "LeHavre, June 1916"
39 "Ravenelle, Early February 1917"
40 "Ahlhorn, Late February 1917"
41 "Moscow, July 1919"
42 "New Guinea, March 1919"
43 "Bombay, April 1919"
44 "Buenos Aires, June 1919"
45 "Havana, December 1919"
46 "Hollywood, Early August 1920"
47 "Newhall, Late August 1920"
48 "Honduras, December 1920"
49 "Alaska, June 1921"
50 "Brazil, December 1921"
N/A "New York, July 1905".[8][6][9] Additional stories set in 1905 were also planned.[10]
N/A "Tibet, February 1910"[8]
N/A "China Sea, May 1910"[8]
N/A "Australia, June 1910".[11][8][12]
N/A "South Pacific, July 1910"[8]
N/A "Utah, August 1910"[8]
N/A "Princeton, September 1910"[8]
N/A episode set during January 1916[8]
N/A "Flanders, July 1916"[11][13]
N/A "Berlin, Late August 1916"[9][14]
N/A "Paris, February 1917"[8][15]
N/A episode set during April 1917[8]
N/A episode set during June 1917[8]
N/A episode set during September 1917[8]
N/A episode set during October 1917[8]
N/A "Beersheba, November 1917"[8][16]
N/A episode set during December 1917[8]
N/A episodes set from February to May 1918[8]
N/A episodes set from July to August 1918[8]
N/A episodes set from October 1918 to April 1919[8]
N/A episode set during June 1918[8]
N/A "Cuba, July 1919"[8][17]
N/A "Chicago, September 1919"[8][18]
N/A episodes set from October 1919 to December 1919[8]
N/A "Peru, January 1920"[8]
N/A episodes set from February 1920 to April 1920[8]
N/A episodes set from August 1920 to December 1920[8]

The Family Channel TV moviesEdit

Four television movies were produced based on some of the unproduced The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles episodes, and aired on the The Family Channel from 1994 to 1996. Most of the cast and crew from the series returned to work on the TV movies. Though no "Old Indy" bookend segments were filmed for the TV movies, Sean Patrick Flanery and Lloyd Owen provided bookends for Young Indiana Jones: Travels with Father.

Title Airdate Based on
Young Indiana Jones and the Hollywood Follies October 15, 1994 "Hollywood, Early August 1920" and "Newhall, Late August 1910"
Young Indiana Jones and the Treasure of the Peacock's Eye January 15, 1995 "New Guinea, March 1919" and "Bombay, April 1919"
Young Indiana Jones and the Attack of the Hawkmen October 8, 1995 "Ravenelle, Early February 1917" and "Ahlhorn, Late February 1917"
Young Indiana Jones: Travels with Father June 16, 1996 "Russia, March 1909" and "Athens, July 1910"

The Adventures of Young Indiana JonesEdit

In 1996, George Lucas oversaw the re-editing of all Young Indiana Jones content into twenty-two feature-length episodes, called chapters. New footage was shot, including bridging material and two new segments: "Tangiers" (for My First Adventure, and based on an unproduced Chronicles episode) and "Morocco" (shot for Tales of Innocence). "Palestine, October 1917" was extended with new footage, as well as footage from the film The Lighthorsemen, and renamed Daredevils of the Desert. The Young Indiana Jones: Travels with Father bookends were removed, and combined with "Paris, May 1919" and a new "Princeton, August 1919" segment to make Winds of Change.[19]

Twelve of the chapters were released on VHS in 1999 as part of The Complete Adventures of Indiana Jones, which also included VHS versions of the (at the time) three theatrical films. Chapters were numbered to include the eventual release of additional films, though none beyond the original twelve were produced.

The complete series was released on DVD from October 2007 to April 2008; Chapters 1-7 were included in the 2007 box set The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Volume One, The Early Years, Chapters 8-15 were included in the 2007 box set The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Volume Two, The War Years, and Chapters 16-22 were included in the 2008 box set The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Volume Three, The Years of Change. The series has also aired on the USA, SCI FI and History channels.[20]

Chapter Title VHS era DVD volume & era
1. My First Adventure None (unreleased) Volume One, The Early Years
2. Passion for Life None (unreleased) Volume One, The Early Years
3. The Perils of Cupid None (unreleased) Volume One, The Early Years
4. Travels with Father None (unreleased) Volume One, The Early Years
5. Journey of Radiance None (unreleased) Volume One, The Early Years
6. Spring Break Adventure The War Years Volume One, The Early Years
7. Love's Sweet Song None (unreleased) Volume One, The Early Years
8. Trenches of Hell The War Years Volume Two, The War Years
9. Demons of Deception None (unreleased) Volume Two, The War Years
10. Phantom Train of Doom The High Adventure Years Volume Two, The War Years
11. Oganga, The Giver and Taker of Life The Secret Service Years Volume Two, The War Years
12. Attack of the Hawkmen The Secret Service Years Volume Two, The War Years
13. Adventures in the Secret Service The Secret Service Years Volume Two, The War Years
14. Espionage Escapades None (unreleased) Volume Two, The War Years
15. Daredevils of the Desert The High Adventure Years Volume Two, The War Years
16. Tales of Innocence The Years of Change Volume Three, The Years of Change
17. Masks of Evil The Years of Change Volume Three, The Years of Change
18. Treasure of the Peacock's Eye The High Adventure Years Volume Three, The Years of Change
19. Winds of Change None (unreleased) Volume Three, The Years of Change
20. Mystery of the Blues The Comic Years Volume Three, The Years of Change
21. Scandal of 1920 None (unreleased) Volume Three, The Years of Change
22. Hollywood Follies The Comic Years Volume Three, The Years of Change

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 SWicon The Lost Chronicles of Young Indiana Jones on StarWars.com (backup link on Archive.org)
  2. [1]
  3. This episode consisted of the stories "Egypt, May 1908" and "Mexico, March 1916".
  4. This episode consisted of "German East Africa, November 1916 (1)" and "German East Africa, November 1916 (2)".
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 Young Indiana Jones Episode Guide at innermind.com
  6. 6.0 6.1 Young Indy: Around the World [2]
  7. http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9E0CE1DC133AF934A15752C0A964958260
  8. 8.00 8.01 8.02 8.03 8.04 8.05 8.06 8.07 8.08 8.09 8.10 8.11 8.12 8.13 8.14 8.15 8.16 8.17 8.18 8.19 8.20 8.21 8.22 8.23 8.24 Laird Malamed post from TheRaider.net, citing an episode list dated December 19, 1991
  9. 9.0 9.1 Young Indy That Could Have Been - List of episodes never produced
  10. The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, On the Set and Behind the Scenes, p. 6
  11. 11.0 11.1 The Lost Chronicles of Young Indiana Jones - thread at the StarWars.com message boards
  12. This episode was to involve Indy meeting Harry Houdini and flying in a balloon with him. Indy mentions having known Houdini in "Germany, Mid-August 1916", and mentions the events of this episode in "Palestine, October 1917".
  13. This episode woud have had Indy, Remy and Jaques fighting in Flanders. The events of this episode are mentioned in "Somme, Early August 1916".
  14. Laird Malamed post at TheRaider.net citing a season two episode list dated August 3, 1992
  15. Some of this episodes events may have been incorporated into "Austria, March 1917".
  16. This episode's title was later produced as "Palestine, October 1917".
  17. This epsode was later changed to "Cuba, December 1919", but unfilmed.
  18. This episode may have involved Indiana Jones meeting Eliot Ness and starting college.
  19. [3]
  20. [4]

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