Young Indiana Jones Chronicles
The series follows the Indiana Jones character (as a young boy and as a young man) as he was growing up and experiencing his early adventures, where he gets into situations, learns life lessons and encounters various historical figures along the way.
- 44 episodes were filmed. 28 were aired in the US in 1992 and 1993. 8 of the unaired episodes were combined to make 4 television movies.
Notable Guest Appearances
- Lee Norris in episode "Transylvania, January 1918" ep. 2.22 1993
- Sean Patrick Flanery
- Corey Carrier
(Indiana Jones Age Ten)
- George Hall
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Corey Carrier is incredibly engaging and personable as Young Indy (not to mention a nice looking lad!), a completely natural actor, in what must be his most memorable screen role. My favourite episode is the 'Greek' one, the unaired episode that became the second half of the 1996 TV movie "Travels with Father". [The screencaps that make up the Gallery have all been taken from this episode.] The episode's attempt to explain the nature of philosophy is pretty terrible; but Young Indy visits the Mount Athos monastery (strangely, unless my memory is faulty, the name of the famous monastery is never mentioned on screen) and gets to meet Nikos Kazantzakis. The episode has some nice father-son moments as well - indeed, it is the only time when Indy's cold, stand-offish father ever really has an emotional connection with his son. (There's even a skinny dipping scene, including brief rear nudity of Carrier as he runs out of the water onto the shore!) In later episodes, a slightly older Indy is played by Sean Patrick Flanery, who is a very handsome young man. To be honest, I found him rather less sympathetic as a character, because he always seems, frankly, slightly dim. He seems hellbent on killing and/or getting himself killed. After a brief stint fighting in the Mexican Revolution with Pancho Villa, he goes off to fight in the Great War because, as he keeps reiterating, the consequences of a German victory are "unthinkable" (why?). Having learned 'respect for life' from Albert Schweitzer, he expresses this by saying that he's now fighting in order to bring the war to an end (presumably this means that previously he was fighting in order to PROLONG the war); though he still thinks exclusively in terms of an Allied victory - cue more slaughter. Never mind. The Corey Carrier episodes are undoubtedly my favourite.My Movie Rating: 9 / 10
I loved this show, Corey was amazing as Indy, I only watched the episodes he was in!My Movie Rating: 10 / 10
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