Production info

Young Indiana Jones and the Treasure of the Peacock's Eye
USA, 1995  TV  

TV-series The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles

Tom Courtenay, Ronny Coutteure, Adrian Edmondson, Sean Patrick Flanery
Directed by Carl Schultz


Episode of a successful action/adventure series following "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles". Though most of the adventure in this episode takes place in the far eastern orient, it contains a short 10-minute sequence in Alexandria where Indiana meets Howard Carter (wearing an archaeologically dusty jacket) for an afternoon tea. Carter invites Indiana to join him on the search for the tomb of Tutankhamun, but the young man declines having set his mind on chasing a stolen and very valuable diamond.

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