Production info

Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal
USA, 1992  TV  

TV-series The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles

Sean Patrick Flanery, Lloyd Owen, Margaret Tyzack
Directed by Jim O'Brien

Early 1908 Henry Jr. (Indy) accompanies his parents on a world tour after his father is invited to give lectures at various schools throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa. In the first episode they head to Cairo where they meet archaeologist T.E. Lawrence (who would later become Lawrence of Arabia). Indy becomes involved with him in discussions on archaeology, mummies, and the afterlife. Together they travel to the Valley of the Kings where they meet Howard Carter and help solve the theft of a fire-eyed Jackal from a recently opened tomb.

First episode of the successful 30-episode 1992-1993 action/adventure TV-series "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles". Good historical settings. Recenty reissued as "The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: My First Adventure".

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