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For my money, "Treasure of the Peacock's Eye" was the best movie available on this third volume. This one felt like a true Indiana Jones adventure with our hero finding a map and running off to look for treasure. This episode also marks the end of the Indy's time in war and features some familiar characters from the previous volumes.
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After quitting his job as a waiter in Chicago, Indy heads to New York, following a tip for summertime employment. Indy gets much, much more than he bargained for when he signs up as a stagehand at the new Broadway extravaganza, George White's Scandals. While the work is exhausting, what's truly wearing Indy down is trying to juggle three new girlfriends -- without having each learn of the others. His new friend George Gershwin is of little help, finding humor and -- of course -- song in Indy's predicament. First, there's Peggy, the country mouse visiting the Big Apple for the first time. She has aspirations for Broadway stardom, but is at first wary of Indy, mistaking him for a big city masher. Indy earns her trust, and even lands her a part in the Scandals, where she can showcase her amazing voice. Then, there's Kate, the Bohemian poet who opens her apartment door for Indy when he's stranded without a place to live. She's unlike anyone Indy's ever met, a headstrong, self-possessed...
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1. Sean Patrick Flanery as Indiana Jones 2. Alexandra Powers as Gloria Schuyler 3. Anne Heche as Kate Rivers 4. Jennifer Stevens as Margaret "Peggy" Peabody 5. Jeffrey Wright as Sidney Bechet 6. Christopher John Fields as George White 7. Tom Beckett as George Gershwin 8. Michelle Nicastro as Ann Pennington 9. Bill McKinney as Mack 10. Robert Trebor as Schwarz 11. Peter Appel as Ross 12. Annabelle Gurwitch as Dottie 13. Mark Holton as Alexander Woollcott 14. Terumi Matthews as Edna Ferber 15....
1. New York City, United States of America 1.1. Broadway 1.1.1. Globe Theater 1.2. Tin Pan Alley 1.2.1. Dinty Moore's 1.3. Greenwich Village 1.3.1. Apartment of Kate Rivers 1.4. Harlem 1.4.1. Horseshoe Lounge 1.5. Park Avenue 1.5.1. Penthouse of J. J. Schuyler and Gloria Schuyler 1.6. Hotel Algonquin 1.7. Blake's Frankfurters 1.8. Victoria Hotel for Women 1.9. Central Park 1.10. Grand Central Station 1. British Museum (Mentioned only)
"Young Indiana Jones and the Scandal of 1920" aired as "New York, June 1920" and "New York, July 1920" in some locations.
The film was released on DVD in 2008 as part of the Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Volume Three, The Years of Change(Disc 8). DVD Chapters:Chapter titles are not official, but merely an aid to navigating through the DVD. 1. 1: Paramount logo, Lucasfilm logo; Train to New York with Peggy Peabody 2. 2: Crashing Kate Rivers' party; Missing Peggy; Tea with Kate 3. 3: Catching up with Sidney Bechet; Love advice from George Gershwin and the songsters of Tin Pan Alley 4. 4: A job at the Globe Theater; Park Avenue party with Gloria Schuyler 5. 5: Morning with Kate; Ann Pennington spars with Gershwin; Lunch date with Gloria 6. 6: Lunch with the Algonquin Round Table; Peggy's audition; "6 o'clock, 8 o'clock, 10 o'clock, too!" 7. 7: Dinner with Peggy; Dinner with Kate; Dinner with Gloria; The show is endangered 8. 8: Peggy auditions with Gershwin's song; The Schuylers back the show. Gifts from his girlfriends. 9. 9: Peggy's number is cut; Indy re-gifts; Final rehearsals; 10. 10: Opening ni...Young Indy on DVD: A Tour of Volume 3 on StarWars.com (backup link on Archive.org)Young Indy on DVD: A Tour of Volume 3; Disc 8 on StarWars.com (backup link on Archive.org)The Scandal of 1920 Education Resources and Lesson Plans at IndyInTheClassroom.com
In The Treasure of the Peacock's Eye, the originally warm and joyful Rémy becomes chilly and unpleasant as he obsesses with finding the title treasure. This finally leads to the two friends breaking up and Indy deciding to return home. Dawson Casting: Sean Patrick Flanery, playing Young Indy, was a decade less Young than his character.
May 16, 2008 · This photo released by Lucasfilm, Ltd. & TM, shows actor Sean Patrick Flanery as a young Indiana Jones in "The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones," in the episode "Treasure of the Peacock's Eye ...
The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Treasure of the Peacock's Eye 1995, 94 min. Carl Schultz • Starring: Sean Patrick Flanery, Ronny Coutteure, Adrian Edmondson. Adventure • Costume Adventure • Made-for-Television
This will be the final movie of Indiana Jones but, not the franchise itself. If they want to expand the franchise, my best guess will be for Disney to create an animated series. There's an example on Youtube. Indiana Jones deserves more attention compared to the massive money-making machine Star Wars is. I hope Disney doesn't try to milk it.
This re-cut version, with new footage added and other parts removed, is the only one currently available on DVD: it's known as The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones.The Adventures combines the original Chronicles episodes into two-hour tele-movies, two shows per film (often in a quite different, and much more strictly chronological, order than in the original airings).
"Daredevil vs. Spider-Man: Sins of the Fathers", "The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Treasure of the Peacock's Eye", "Behind the Planet of the Apes", "Oklahoma ...