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"Verdun, September 1916" is the fourth episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, and the fourth episode in season one. The episode originally aired on ABC on March 25, 1992. For home video, it was paired with "Paris, October 1916" to become Demons of Deception.
Cast and charactersEdit
- Sean Patrick Flanery as Indiana Jones
- Ronny Coutteure as Remy Baudouin
- George Hall as Old Indy
- Bernard Fresson as General Joseph Joffre
- Jean Rougerie as General Henri Philippe Pétain
- Igor De Savitch as General Robert Nivelle
- Cris Campion as Major Gaston
- Francis Lalanne as Colonel Barc
- Jean-Claude Bouillon as General Charles Mangin
- François Bourcier as Major Marat
- Rémy Roubakha as Claude
- Philippe Giraudeau as Alex
- Jean-Pierre Castaldi as Rocco
- François-Eric Gendron as Jean-Marc
- Oskar Freitag as German Officer #1 (as Oscar Freitag)
- Hans Meyer as German Officer #2
- Patrick Floersheim as Sergeant Jean
- J. Michael Hunter as Businessman on Plane
- Petr Meissel as French Private
- Jan Kuzelka as French Sergeant
- Cécile Paoli as Nurse
- Kelly Chalaire as Stewardess
- Hermann Göring
- Nicole's husband
- German corporal
- Nicole (Mentioned only)
- Heidi (Mentioned only)
- T. E. "Ned" Lawrence (Mentioned only)
- Germany (Mentioned only)
- Austria (Mentioned only)
- Russia (Mentioned only)
- Serbia (Mentioned only)
- Belgium (Mentioned only)
- Britain (Mentioned only)
- Middle East (Mentioned only)
- Produced by: Rick McCallum
- Created by: George Lucas
- Music by: Joel McNeely
- Written by: Jonathan Hensleigh
- Based on a story by: George Lucas
- Directed by: René Manzor
In 1996, the episode was edited into Demons of Deception, which was released on VHS in 1999 and DVD in 2007 (as part of The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Volume Two, The War Years).
The episode was adapted as Issues 5 & 6: Verdun, September 1916 of the comic series of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (which was later reprinted as The Peril of the Fort). It was also novelized twice: Field of Death and The Day of Destiny. Some of the story was also novelized along with Paris, October 1916 in The Mata Hari Affair.
Selected tracks from the episode were included on The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Volume One album.