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Season: 1 | 2
Year: 1992 | 1993


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal

4 March 1992
Professor Indiana Jones teaches two young boys to appreciate the history of art while visiting a museum be recalling his youth. He tells them how his father, Henry Jones Sr, was invited to give lectures all over the world in 1908, and, taking his wife and son along, invites his former tutor Helen Seymour to teach young Henry Jr. during the trip. On their first stop in Cairo, Egypt Junior, who prefers to be called 'Indy' and Miss Seymour were invited to join an archaeological dig by another former student of hers,T.E. Lawrence (who prefers to be called 'Ned'). There a man is killed and a priceless headpiece is stolen. Indiana finally caught up again with this jackal shaped artifact in 1916, after getting himself involved in the Mexican revolution while crossing the border with his cousin Frank. Having joined up with Pancho Villa, Indy became fast friends with Remy Baudouin, another revolutionary who originally hails from Belgium.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones

Corey Carrier ... Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.

Margaret Tyzack ... Miss Seymour
Ronny Coutteure ... Remy Baudouin

Mike Moroff ... Pancho Villa

Francesco Quinn ... Francois
Ruth de Sosa ... Anna Jones (as Ruth De Sosa)

Lloyd Owen ... Professor Henry Jones, Sr.
George Hall ... Old Indy
Joseph Bennett ... Lawrence of Arabia

Oliver Ford Davies ... Ship's Captain

Pip Torrens ... Howard Carter
Tariq Alibai ... Rasheed Sallam

Vic Tablian ... Demetrios / Claw
Tony Alleff ... Bassam Ghaly

Tony Robinson ... Pierre Duclos
Keith Marsh ... Bishop
Diana Taylor ... Teacher
Alan Agor ... First Kid
Shane Fernando ... Second Kid
Antonio Valero ... Julio Cardenas
Peter Marinker ... Pershing
Stuart Milligan ... Patton
Steve Graf ... Frank (as Stephen Graf)
Carlos Douglas ... Mexican Banker

Ed Bishop ... Sentry
Gregorio ... Old Man in Pueblo
Chuck Wentworth ... Pilot

David Morwick ... Third Kid

Kevin McNally ... Mr. Harris (uncredited)

Ashley Walters ... Omar (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: London, May 1916

11 March 1992
While having a meeting with his financier, Dr. Indiana Jones is reminded of the great love of his life, Vicky Prentiss. He met her in London in 1916 when she was working as a bus conductor and he was trying to pick up another woman (a war widow to be precise). Indy and Remy had just arrived to enlist in the Belgian army and were waiting to be send to La Havre for training.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones
Ronny Coutteure ... Remy Baudouin

Margaret Tyzack ... Miss Seymour
George Hall ... Old Indy

Elizabeth Hurley ... Vicky Prentiss

Vanessa Redgrave ... Vicky's Mother

Jane Wyatt ... Older Vicky
Kika Markham ... Sylvia Pankhurst
Frederick Treves ... Sir Peregrine Prentiss

Shelagh McLeod ... Lady Lavinia

Julian Fellowes ... Winston Churchill
Pauline Melville ... Maisie Kemp
Daniel André Pageon ... Recruiting Sergeant
Tilly Vosburgh ... Mrs. Newton
Fergus Brazier ... George Newton
Sukey Fekkes ... Eddie Newton
Jane Wood ... Chairwoman
Phyllida Hewat ... Hostess
Gérard Dimiglio ... Jean Baudouin
Colleen Passard ... Suzette Chambin
Rick Warner ... Bob Traynor
Rayner Bourton ... George the Bus Driver
James Bowers ... London News Vendor
Ed Stobart ... Rough Man
Ruari Connellan ... Baby Newton
Michaela Flenerová

Season 1, Episode 3: British East Africa, September 1909

18 March 1992
Professor Indiana Jones visits the Metropolitan Foundation for Educational Quality where the Annual Celebrity tennis shoe auction and diner is being held. He begins to entertain the snobby people at his table by recounting a safari to British East Africa in 1909. There, Indy became determined to find the fabled Fringe-Eared Oryx for former US President Teddy Roosevelt. He befriended Meto, a Massai boy around the same age as himself at the time. Despite their language barrier, they find out where to find the last remaining Oryx.

Season 1, Episode 4: Verdun, September 1916

25 March 1992
Old Indiana Jones lectures a so-called 'Pirate of Wallstreet' sitting next to him on a plane about the horrors of the first world war. The man reminds old Indy of the generals who casually send hundreds of young men off to slaughter in the trenches with each battle. Indy himself had managed to get a position as a courier, while his friend Remy had ended up in hospital, only to be ordered back to the front as soon as his wounds have healed. On a reconnaissance mission, Indy learned the Germans were bringing in two Big Bertha's, enormous howitzers to be used at Verdun.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones
Ronny Coutteure ... Remy Baudouin
George Hall ... Old Indy
Bernard Fresson ... Joffre
Jean Rougerie ... Henri Philippe Petain
Igor De Savitch ... Robert Nivelle
Cris Campion ... Lt. Gaston
Francis Lalanne ... Barc
Jean-Claude Bouillon ... Mangin
François Bourcier ... Marat
Rémy Roubakha ... Claude
Philippe Giraudeau ... Alex
Jean-Pierre Castaldi ... Rocco
François-Eric Gendron ... Jean Marc
Oskar Freitag ... German Officer #1 (as Oscar Freitag)
Hans Meyer ... German Officer #2
Patrick Floersheim ... German Sergeant
J. Michael Hunter ... Businessman on Plane
Petr Meissel ... French Private
Jan Kuzelka ... French Sergeant
Cécile Paoli ... Nurse
Kelly Chalaire ... Stewardess

Season 1, Episode 5: German East Africa, December 1916

1 April 1992
In a the waiting room of a hospital, Professor Indiana Jones recounts a harrowing time he had in Africa, December 1916. Indy was promoted to Captain and then ordered to cross the jungle with Remy and Captain Boucher to pick up a shipment of weaponry. Along the way his Ubangan Sgt, Barthelemy picked up the sole surviving child from a disease ridden village despite Boucher's orders against it.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones
Ronny Coutteure ... Remy Baudouin
George Hall ... Old Indy
Bryan Pringle ... Zachariah Sloat
Michel Duchaussoy ... Major Boucher

Isaach De Bankolé ... Sgt. Barthelmy

Friedrich von Thun ... Albert Schweitzer
Jacques Sereys ... Colonel Mathieu
Jacques Vincey ... Captain Lafleur
Hubert Saint-Macary ... LL Arnoud (as Hubert St. Macary)
Jürgen Müller ... Major Kleist (as Jurgen Muller)

Leon Pridgen ... Jeffers (as J. Leon Pridgen II)
David Lenthall ... Mike
Holden Hansen ... Paramedic
Ben Pont ... Dutchman
Laurent Ragor ... Army Doctor
Gerard Arichi ... 2nd Army Doctor
Maryon Fletcher ... White Nun
Louise Abukutsa ... Black Nun
Mark Kaigwa ... Ubangi boy
Sean McCabe ... Machine-Gunner

Season 1, Episode 6: Congo, January 1917

8 April 1992
Being treated for a bee-sting to his toe, old man Indy recounts the time he spent in Albert Schweitzer's jungle hospital in Africa during the Great War. Schweitzer and his orderlies had picked up Indy and companions near death while attempting to bring a shipment of guns across the Congo. At first resistant to being treated by a German, Indy soon began to realize that Schweitzer was not interested in war, only attempting to cure people against all odds.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones
Ronny Coutteure ... Remy Baudouin
George Hall ... Old Indy
Bryan Pringle ... Zachariah Sloat
Emile Abossolo M'bo ... Joseph

Isolde Barth ... Helene Schweitzer
Yann Collette ... Colonel Pernod

Friedrich von Thun ... Albert Schweitzer
Asiba Asiba ... Zimu
Christian Cloarec ... Captain Rostand

Leon Pridgen ... Jeffens (as J. Leon Pridgen II)
David Lenthall ... Mike
Holden Hansen ... Paramedic #2
Abdullah Sohado ... Pahdun Chief
David Odero ... Chief's Son
Jean-François Chavrier ... Military Gendarme (as J.F. Chavrier)
Antoine Valenti ... French Sergeant
Philippe Bernard ... French Corporal
John Chavanga ... Private Juba
Kent Brown ... African Soldier (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Austria, March 1917

21 September 1992
Old Indy has posted a wrong parcel by mistake and is trying to get it out of the mailbox when a postal worker scolds him. He starts to tell her about the last time he had so much trouble delivering a package, during the Great War. Under the alias of Henri Defence, Indiana Jones was a spy in the Belgian Army. He had to safely escort two Austrian Princes to their family in order for their country to begin a separate peace treatment and deprive Germany of it's strongest ally.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones
George Hall ... Old Indy

Benedict Taylor ... Prince Sixtus of Bourbon-Parma
Matthew Wait ... Xavier

Christopher Lee ... Count Ottokar Graf Czerin
Patrick Ryecart ... Emperor Karl I of Austria

Jennifer Ehle ... Empress Zita of Austria

Joss Ackland ... The Prussian
Jeffry Wickham ... Colonel Belmond (as Jeffrey Wickham)
David Sibley ... Major Delon
Elizabeth Spriggs ... Schultz
Terry Richards ... The Bavarian

Roger Ashton-Griffiths ... Sinister German
John Ryan ... Mister Max

Gábor Piroch ... Killer #1
Bronco McLoughlin ... Killer #2
Michele Seidman ... Postal Woman

Hamilton Perkins ... Imposing Pedestrian (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Somme, Early August 1916

28 September 1992
Old Indiana Jones scolds a rude young man in a donut-shop and tells him about the hell he went through when he was about the same age. In august 1916, Jones had enlisted in the Belgian army to fight in the Great War. After all his commanding officers have been wiped out during combat in Flanders, Corporal ' Henri Defense' (Indy's pseudonym) is left in charge of what's left of the 9th Belgian Infantry. They are assigned to the French 14th Company and dispatched into the Battle of the Somme.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones
Ronny Coutteure ... Remy Baudouin
George Hall ... Old Indy

Jason Flemyng ... Emile
Richard Ridings ... Andre

Simon Hepworth ... Tutu

Jonny Phillips ... Jacques (as Jonathan Phillips)
Stevan Rimkus ... Sassoon

Jamie Glover ... Graves

Miles Anderson ... Giscard
Paul Rattigan ... Lieutenant Moreau
Edward Petherbridge ... Major Bilideau
Joe Searby ... Gascoyne
Steve Nicolson ... British Sergeant
John Lawhorn ... Tom at Donut Shop (as John B. Lawhorn)

Amy Parrish ... Sandy
Jody Smith ... Scottie

Marty Terry ... Elderly Woman
George Hasenstaab ... Policeman #1 (as George L. Hasenstab)

Season 2, Episode 3: Germany, Mid-August 1916

5 October 1992
Old man Indy is arrested for assaulting a young man and thrown into a crowded jail cell. He immediately starts plotting his escape, just like he did in 1916 when he was captured by the Germans in De Somme. After taking part in an escape attempt on his first day in a camp, young Indy was sent to the maximum security prison at Dunsterstadt on the Danube.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones
George Hall ... Old Indy

Jason Flemyng ... Emile
Yves Beneyton ... Benet
Hervé Pauchon ... Charles De Gaulle
David Marsden ... Simon (as Dave Marsden)
Pat Abernathy ... Ian
Ian Brimble ... Truck Driver

Philip Martin Brown ... Guard

Sean Pertwee ... Captain Heinz
David Howey ... Plantier
Richard Garnett ... Bordenais
Jay Villiers ... Devereux
Ian Redford ... Commandant
Carl Duering ... Richter
Julian Firth ... Lambert

James Nesbitt ... Yuri
Niven Boyd ... Leonid
Paul Opacic ... French Officer
George Hasenstaab ... Policeman #1 (as George L. Hasen stab)
Bob Tyson ... Policeman #2
Don Tilley ... Greasy Inmate
James Slade ... Inmate #1 (as Butch Slade)
Michael Burgess ... Inmate #2

Season 2, Episode 4: Barcelona, May 1917

12 October 1992
Professor Indiana Jones is about to lecture the Pennsylvania History Society when some trouble with his microphone stand leads him off into recounting a disastrous spy mission in which he was involved in May 1917. Jones had joined up with an international trio of spies plotting against their German counterparts in the neutral city of Barcelona. After his old acquaintance Pablo Picasso helped him get a job at Sergei Diaghilev's Ballets Russes, Indy devised a plan to forge a love letter written by the German cultural attaché to make it seem the man was having an affair with the Countess of Toledo.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones
George Hall ... Old Indy
Amanda Ooms ... Nadia

Timothy Spall ... Cunningham - Masseur

Kenneth Cranham ... Colonel Schmidt

Harry Enfield ... Chauffeur

Terry Jones ... Marcello

William Hootkins ... Diaghilev
Liz Smith ... Delfina
David Leland ... Costume dDesigner
Charles McKeown ... Charles
David Hatton ... Count of Toledo
Sussanah Morley ... Countess of Toledo
Wolf Kahler ... German 2nd
Carl Chase ... German 2nd #2
Stephen Frost ... Huge Man
Jimmy Gardner ... Old Spanish Man
Desirée Erasmus ... Olga
Andrew Seear ... Spanish 2nd #1
Geoffrey Drew ... Spanish 2nd #2
Bill Dean ... Theatre Caretaker

Matthew Sim ... Theatre Page
Claire Perriam ... Balet Dancer
Jacqueline Charles ... Old Spanish Lady

Gavin Scott ... German Spy
George Nannarello ... Small Fussy Man
Salvador Sáinz ... Juerguista (uncredited)

Danny Webb ... Pablo Picasso (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 5: Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues

13 March 1993
Wyoming, 1950. Indiana Jones and his friend Grey Cloud have obtained a sacred ceremonial pipe and end up in a slow-logged cabin. When Jones finds a soprano sax, he is reminded of his college days in Chicago 1920. Indy was waiting tables at Colosimo's and had become obsessed with Jazz music. He managed to befriend Sidney Bichet who encouraged him to practice the soprano sax. But then Colosimo was murdered on the doorstep of his restaurant and Indy got caught up in the investigation together with his roommate Eliot Ness and young reporter Ernest Hemingway.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones

Harrison Ford ... Indiana Jones - age 50

Jeffrey Wright ... Sidney Bichet

Jay Underwood ... Ernest Hemingway

Keith David ... King Oliver

Frank Vincent ... John Torrio

Frederick Weller ... Eliot Ness

Maria Howell ... Goldie

Nicholas Turturro ... Big Al Brown

Saginaw Grant ... Grey Cloud

Jane Krakowski ... Dale Winter
David Arnott ... Clifford

Victor Slezak ... O'Bannion
Raymond Serra ... Colosimo (as Ray Serra)

Leon Pridgen ... CJ (as J. Leon Pridgen II)
Byron Stripling ... Louis Armstrong

Mark Kiely ... Ben Hecht
Sunday Theodore ... Babs
Lou Criscuolo ... Ceasarino
Jim Fyfe ... Harold

Damon Whitaker ... Piano Man

Ed Grady ... Professor Hunt

Mark Jeffrey Miller ... Frank Camilla

Malachy McCourt ... Chief Garrety
Barry Bell ... Charles MacArthur

Linda Lutz ... Victoria Moresco
Keith Flippen ... Sam
Alan McCoy ... Holloway
Shilla Benning ... Black Female Vocalist
Dwayne Andre Murrill ... Arte the cornet player
Hadley Eure ... Susie
Philip Loch ... Sculli
Jery Hewitt ... Coveralls man

Nate Bynum ... Black waiter at Royal Garderns
Terry L. Wallace ... Tall black man
Pete Prehn ... Natty white man
Ralph Wilcox ... Black manager
Paul Mixon ... Drunk white customer

Lee Spencer ... Gregory
Ishmond Jones ... Black waiter

Don Hartman ... White man in trunks
Charles McIntyre ... Old one-armed man
Helmar Augustus Cooper ... Mr. Williams
Lizan Mitchell ... Mrs. Williams
Otis Banks ... Waiter Gus
Stormy Lang ... Young black man
Sal Ruffino ... Customer at Colosimo's
Rudy Tyson ... Orchestra Leader
Winston Hemingway ... Doorman at Peking Inn
James Bloodworth ... Doorman at Royal Gardens
George Evans ... Doorman at Four Deuces

George Fisher ... Thug #1

Anthony G. Schmidt ... Thug #2 (as Anthony Schmidt)

Nick Dimitri ... Greycloud double
David Frisinger ... Library clerk

Amy Parrish ... Blonde Collegiate (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 6: Princeton, February 1916

20 March 1993
Old Indy meets a man driving a monster truck with the biggest set of wheels he ever saw at the gas station. He is reminded of his own teenage dream of driving the hottest car to his junior prom in 1916: a Bugatti owned by his then girlfriends father, Edward Stratemeyer. While trying to get the engine repaired, Indy and Nancy helped solve a robbery case from Thomas Edison's laboratory. It seemed German spies were after Edison's new electric motor.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones

Lloyd Owen ... Professor Henry Jones, Sr.
George Hall ... Old Indy

Robyn Lively ... Nancy Stratemeyer

Mark L. Taylor ... Professor Thompson

Clark Gregg ... Dickinson

James Handy ... Frank Brady

John Asher ... Clifford (as John Mallory Asher)
Joe West ... Butch
Lee Lively ... Edward Stratemeyer
Jeromie Wilson ... Mrs. Stratemeyer
Thea Mills ... Jewel Williams
Rick Warner ... Howard Butler
Marilyn Allen ... Thompson's Wife

Richard K. Olsen ... Thomas Alva Edison
Michael Titterton ... Teacher
Eric Lavoie ... Ricky
Pearl Brennan ... Mrs. Brennan
Robert V. Girolami ... Security Guard
Dick Latessa ... Willie
Jeffrey Long ... Race Car Driver
Ken Sprunt ... Kurt (as K.M. Sprunt Jr)
Robert Pentz ... Herman

Season 2, Episode 7: Petrograd, July 1917

27 March 1993
Prof. Indiana Jones points out to a museum curator that a picture of the Russian revolution is labeled wrong. He knows it for sure because he was there. Working as a translator at the French embassy in Petrograd, Indy had befriended a group of young Bolshevik students. On his 18th birthday, they took him to hear Lenin himself giving a speech. Unfortunately, the speech inspires them to a premature revolution attempt.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones
George Hall ... Old Indy
Julia Stemberger ... Rosa

Jean-Pierre Cassel ... Ambassador

Beata Poźniak ... Irene (as Beata Pozniak)

Ravil Isyanov ... Sergei
Gary Olsen ... Boris
Roger Sloman ... Vladimir Ilyich Lenin

Alan Cox ... Dimitri
Marc Berman ... Laurentine
Pierre Lacan ... Brossard
Jean-Gabriel Nordmann ... First Secretary

Elsa Zylberstein ... Telephone Girl
Milan Gargula ... Cap Man (as Melon Garcula)
Martin Hub ... Bolshevik #1
Karel Engel ... Bolshevik #2
Jan Nemejovský ... Second Secretary (as Mr. Nemejovsky)

Joe Inscoe ... Curator

Season 2, Episode 8: Young Indiana Jones and the Scandal of 1920

3 April 1993
Indiana Jones is late for a Broadway show and begins to recount his own experiences working backstage at George White's Scandals in 1920 to his disgruntled female cabdriver. Indy managed to woo no less than three girls in as many days: singer Peggy, poet Kate and socialite Gloria. Arriving at the treater, Old Indy has no time to finish his account to the cabbie and instead picks up the story in the course of lecturing a theatre critic about the hardships of the little people struggling to put on their show.

Season 2, Episode 9: Vienna, November 1908

15 June 1993
Old Indy voluntarily visits a psychiatrist to prove he's still able to take care of himself (after getting himself stuck up a tree trying to rescue a cat). While there, he recounts a meeting with Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung and Alfred Adler in Viena, Austria in 1908. The three of them were there to attend the world's first psycho-analytical conference. Young Indy asked them how to cope with his first crush, on Princess Sophie of Austia, daughter of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.

Season 2, Episode 10: Northern Italy, June 1918

17 April 1993
Old Indy snatches a parking place from under the noses of two squabbling commuters, then begins to lecture them about something he learned while in the Italian Alps during the Great War. While working as a spy to get Austrian deserters safely to the allies side, Indy was wooing an Italian beauty named Guiletta in his spare time. However, another man was competing with him for the girl's affections. So, together with ambulance driver Ernest Hemingway, Indy planned to crush the competition by smothering Guiletta with presents and compliments.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones
George Hall ... Old Indy

Jay Underwood ... Ernest Hemingway
Veronica Logan ... Giulietta (as Veronika Logan)

Pernilla August ... Mamma

Martin McDougall ... Joe
Adam Serwer ... Umberto
Anna Lelio ... Granny
Renato Scarpa ... Papa
Carlo Zardini Lacadella ... Sentry
Lex van Delden ... Voska
Eduardo Cuomo ... Luigi
Andreas Jung ... Austrian soldier #1 (as Andreas Sportelli)
Walter Di Mai ... Austrian soldier #2
Michel Di Franco ... Austrian soldier #3
Vittorio Duse ... Flower seller
Guerrino Crivello ... Musician #1
Valerio Isidori ... Musician #2
Roberto Milani ... Musician #3

Season 2, Episode 11: Young Indiana Jones and the Phantom Train of Doom

5 June 1993
November, 1916. Indiana Jones and Remy Baudouin have managed to get a transfer from the European trenches to the plains of Africa. On arrival they both receive a promotion to the rank of lieutenant in the Belgian Army. When they take the wrong train they end up in Moshi. Desprerate to join their unit in Lake Victoria, the two men bump into the 25th Royal Fusiliers, a unit of cranky old men led by Indy's old acquaintance Frederick Selous. Indy's passing knowledge of trains and fluent German comes in handy for the Fusiliers, who are about to go on a mission to find and destroy a Phantom Train that carries an enormous German artillery gun. After accomplishing their goal, Selous tricks Indy and Remy into joining his unit for another caper involving the capture of the German military strategist Colonel Von Lettow-Vorbeck.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones
Ronny Coutteure ... Remy Baudouin

Paul Freeman ... Frederick Selous

Freddie Jones ... Birdy
Norman Rodway ... Gen. Jan Christian Smuts

Ronald Fraser ... Donald

Lynsey Baxter ... Margaret Trappe

Tom Bell ... Colonel Paul von Lettow-Vorbeck
Julian Firth ... Richard Meinertzhagen
Mac McDonald ... Big Mac
Abdulla Sunado ... Mr. Cold
Perry Davey ... Zoltan
Graeme Crowther ... Harper
Roger Haller ... Belgian Troop Major
Bruno Pasquier-Desvignes ... Belgian Lieutenant (as Bruno Pasquiers)
Daniel Kiare ... Native Man
Wilhelm Nelson ... Cook
Jon Freeman ... Telegraph man
Klaus Keese ... Sentry Captain
Marco Hillman ... German Sentry
Thomas Schaal ... Huge German Captain (as Thomas Schaal)
Martin Hub ... Engineer 1
Pavel Vokoun ... Engineer 2
Jurgen Mueller ... Gunnery Captain
Tillman Proske ... German #1
Hans Gruber ... German 2
Paul Oluncae ... German Askari
Horst Lehmberg ... Sentry
Freddie Lustenberger ... German Captain
Lenny Juma ... Warrior Chier
Jimmy Were ... Moshi Ticket Seller

Gábor Piroch ... German Soldier

Season 2, Episode 12: Ireland, April 1916

12 June 1993
Although his daughter tells him it's time to go to the Grandparents Tea at Lucy's school, Old Indy would rather watch his soap and tell her about his stay in Ireland around the Easter revolution of 1916. He and Remy had just arrived from Mexico and were waiting tables and washing dishes in order to get the fare to go to London. Indy tried to impress a girl called Maggie who assumed he must rich, what with him being America.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones
Ronny Coutteure ... Remy Baudouin
George Hall ... Old Indy

John Lynch ... Sean O'Casey
Shane Connaughton ... W.B. Yeats
Darragh Kelly ... Sean Lemass (as Darrah Kelly)
Susannah Doyle ... Maggie Lemass
Nell Murphy ... Nuala
Pat Abernathy ... Man in pub
Jeananne Crowley ... Old Woman at Abbey

Richard Dormer ... Young Civilian
Dave Duffy ... Rooney

Conleth Hill ... Irish Tenor
David Herlihy ... Patrick Pearse

Stephen Holland ... Michael Dara
Jimmy Keogh ... Old Man at GPO
Noreen Kershaw ... Woman with Load
Tom Lawlor ... Peter
Anna Manahan ... Old Woman at GPO
David Marsden ... Waiter
Bunny May ... British Tommy

Geraldine O'Rawe ... Woman with baby (as Geraldine O'Raw)

Gerry O'Brien ... Man at GPO and pub
Ethna Roddy ... Woman with pram
John Rogan ... Man
Joe Savino ... Prison Officer
Britta Smith ... Bridget
Barry Stearn ... Officer

John Copeman ... British Soldier

Season 2, Episode 13: Paris, September 1908

1 June 1993
Professor Indiana Jones attends the auction of a Degas painting 'The Woman at her Toilet' which he claims to mean the world to him. He explains how he got involved in a quarrel between Degas and young Pablo Picasso in Paris, 1908. While there, Indy befriended a young American boy named Norman Rockwell and together they learned to appreciate the nuances of modern art.

Season 2, Episode 14: Peking, March 1910

8 June 1993
During a Thanksgiving dinner, professor Indiana Jones entertains his great-grandchildren by recalling a visit to China he made as a boy. While his father was working with the Chinese translator Yen Fu, young Indy, his mother and his tutor went sightseeing with their guide, Mr Li. After visiting the Great Wall of China, Indy fell ill during a rain storm and the travelers were taken in by a poor Chinese family. Dispite his mother's misgivings, she consented to have a local doctor treat her boy using acupuncture.

Corey Carrier ... Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.

Margaret Tyzack ... Miss Seymour
Ruth de Sosa ... Anna Jones

Lloyd Owen ... Professor Henry Jones, Sr.
George Hall ... Old Indy
Ping Wu ... Li
Nigel Fan ... Ah Pin
Dr. Le ... Dr. Wen Ch-iu
Gary Tong ... Huang Feng
Anna Kenrick ... Choy
Ray Charleson ... Dr. James Morton
Jeremy Gerber ... Harry Jones
Joy Miller ... Annie Jones
Candy Aston ... Caroline Jones
Jonathon Yong ... Cheng
Cecil Cheng ... Chinese Debt Collector
Mary Tenpow ... Grandmother (as Mary Ten Pow)
Alice Fung ... Mai-Ling

Season 2, Episode 15: Benares, January 1910

8 June 1993
Old Indy attempts to enlighten a down on his luck trucker by telling him about the most extraordinary person he ever met: Krishnamurti. In 1910 The Jones family was attending a meeting of the Theosophy movement in Benares, India. Society leaders Annie Besant and Charles Leadbeater pronounced a young boy named Jiddu Krishnamurti to be the next world teacher and possible messiah. Traveling the holy city, Krishnamurti explained to Indy about the similarities between all different religions. However, Miss Seymour was less easily convinced and became determined to expose Leadbeater as a fraud.

Corey Carrier ... Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.

Margaret Tyzack ... Miss Seymour
Ruth de Sosa ... Anna Jones

Lloyd Owen ... Professor Henry Jones, Sr.
George Hall ... Old Indy

John Wood ... Charles Leadbeater
Dorothy Tutin ... Annie Besant

Hemanth Rao ... Jiddu Krishnamurthi

Anatol Yusef ... Hurbert Van Hook
Kari Masengale ... Mrs. Van Hook
Naved Aslam ... Theosophy Attendant
Vijoy Krishna ... Indian thief
Chris Jose Matthew ... Nitya
Udayan Nair ... Sanjeeva Sharistap
Lou Criscuolo ... Al
Michael Flippo ... Trucker (as Mike Flippo)
Judy Simpson ... Louise
Terry L. Wallace ... Patron at Diner

Season 2, Episode 16: Paris, October 1916

25 May 1993
While flipping through a gossip magazine at the supermarket, 93 year old Indiana Jones recounts his love affair with Mata Hari while visiting Paris on leave from the front in 1916. Unaware of Mata's involvement as a spy, 16 year old Indy became jealous when seeing her with other men, even though he admitted at the time that his feelings for Mata were not as strong as they had been for Vicky Prentiss in London five months earlier.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones
Ronny Coutteure ... Remy Baudouin
George Hall ... Old Indy

Domiziana Giordano ... Mata Hari
Kenneth Haigh ... War Minister

Ian McDiarmid ... Prof. Levi
Jacqueline Pearce ... Mrs. Annabelle Levi
Sheila Burrell ... Lady #1
Maria Charles ... Lady #2
Lawrence Davidson ... Husband at party
James Coyle ... Desk Clerk

Paul Brooke ... Policeman #1
Olivier Pierre ... Policeman #2
Jon Sotherton ... Military Liason (as Jon Sutherton)
Pavel Pesek ... Bellhop
Miroslav Krejca ... Trench Coat man
George Heath ... Genevieve
Markéta Hrubesová ... Prostitute Colette
Jan Okrouhich ... Watcher

Barbara Sinclair ... Supermarket Woman

Season 2, Episode 17: Istanbul, September 1918

17 July 1993
Posing as neutral Swedish journalist 'Nils Anderson', Indiana Jones is trying to convince Turkish general Mustafa Kemal to form a separate piece with the allies instead of the Germans. His mission becomes jeopardized when he learns there is a traitor codenamed 'The Wolf' in his spy network. To complicate matters, Indy himself has fallen for Molly, a young American working at a Turkish orphanage, despite lying to her about his identity.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones

Peter Firth ... Stefan
Ahmet Levendoglu ... Mustafa Kemal
Philippe Smolikowski ... Etienne
Huseyin Katircioclu ... Nico
Boris Isarov ... Vasily
Tristram Jellinek ... Victor
Mehmet Birkiye ... Sadallah
Nüvit Özdogru ... Sutltan
Emrah Kolukisa ... Mahmoud
Ali Taygun ... Enver Pasha
Zuhal Olcay ... Halide Edib
Hüseyin Köroglu ... Young Turkish Officer
Nuri Ersan ... Young Turkish man
Suna Pekuysal ... Fortune teller

Kevork Malikyan ... Armenian Agent
Sean McCabe ... Monty
Sara Baydur ... Turkish Girl #1
Tumay Keles ... Jale
Zeynep Cem ... Turkish Girl #2
Neslihan Yazici ... Turkish girl #3
Katherine Butler ... Molly

Season 2, Episode 18: Paris, May 1919

24 July 1993
Indy is in Paris working as a translator during the peace conference following the end of the Great War. He meets up with T.E. Lawrence once more but finds his ideals have changed a lot since the start of the war.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones

Cyril Cusack ... George Clemenceau

Anna Massey ... Gertrude Bell

Michael Maloney ... Arnold Toynbee

Douglas Henshall ... T.E. Lawrence (as Dougie Henshall)

Alec Mapa ... Nguyen

Michael Kitchen ... Lloyd George

Josef Sommer ... Woodrow Wilson

Jeroen Krabbé ... Brockdorff
Anthony Zaki ... King Feisal

Denis O'Hare ... Keating
Kai Wiesinger ... Jurgen
Sorgato Avelino ... Italian Diplomat
Bohumil Vávra ... Wilson's Advisor
Kindl Jiri ... British diplomat
Otamar Vapenik ... Orlando
Václav Vodák ... Bertin
Jirí Valenta ... Dr. Bell
Seisuke Tsukahara ... Japanese Premier (as Tsukuhara)
Ladislav Stanek ... Colonel House
Ota Filip ... Muller
S.T. Tam ... Vietnamese Delegate

Season 2, Episode 19: Florence, May 1908

31 July 1993
Old Indy is challenged to a game of pool in a bar and recounts the time he first studied the laws of physics while visiting Florence, Italy in 1908. With her husband away in Rome, Anna Jones found herself enchanted by the persuasive opera composer Giacomo Puccini. Stricken by love, the impulsive Italian went as far as to ask her to leave her husband for him.

Corey Carrier ... Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.

Margaret Tyzack ... Miss Seymour
Ruth de Sosa ... Anna Jones

Lloyd Owen ... Professor Henry Jones, Sr.
George Hall ... Old Indy

Selina Giles ... Sophia

Georges Corraface ... Giacomo Puccini (as George Corraface)
Dado Ruspoli ... Professor Reale

Phyllida Law ... Signora Reale
Pavlina Augustinova ... Mimi
Vladimír Chmelo ... Marcello / Sharpless
Josef Skrobanek ... Goro
Jan Hladik ... Coline
Marketa Uncrova ... Mussetta
Ales Stava ... Schaunard
Milan Voldrich ... Rodolfo / Pinkerton
Tibor Varga ... Conductor
Zora Jehlickova ... Madame Butterfly
Jitka Zerhauova ... Suzuki
Vaclav Loskot ... Pianist
Karel Duda ... Choir Mme. Butterfly (uncredited)
Hana Dvorská ... La Boheme (uncredited)
Zdenka Flalova ... Choir Mme. Butterfly (uncredited)
Milena Herzova ... Choir Mme. Butterfly (uncredited)
Vlasta Hultschova ... Choir Mme. Butterfly (uncredited)
Jitka Kleckerova ... Choir Mme. Butterfly (uncredited)
Josef Kovar ... La Boheme (uncredited)
Peter Levicek ... Choir Mme. Butterfly (uncredited)

Joseph Long ... Italian Servant (uncredited)
Eva Navotna ... La Boheme (uncredited)
Zdenek Plaskal ... La Boheme (uncredited)
Marcela Polaskova ... Choir Mme. Butterfly (uncredited)
Hana Precova ... La Boheme (uncredited)
Jiri Pribyla ... La Boheme (uncredited)
Iva Sagnerova ... La Boheme (uncredited)
Lenka Sochorova ... Choir Mme. Butterfly (uncredited)
Leona Tuckova ... La Boheme (uncredited)
Marcel Vazansky ... Choir Mme. Butterfly (uncredited)
Milan Vlcek ... Choir Mme. Butterfly (uncredited)
Vladimir Wernisch ... La Boheme (uncredited)
Barbara Zizkova ... La Boheme (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 20: Prague, August 1917

7 August 1993
Working as a Belgian spy during World War One, young Indiana Jones is reassigned to Prague where he is to receive an important phone call. Unfortunately his hotel room turns out to be unequipped with a phone. Indy heads for the Ministery of Telephones, where he learns that having to confront Czech bureaucracy can be quite a trial.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones

Tim McInnerny ... Franz Kafka

Michael McShane ... Anton Dvorak

Timothy Spall ... Cunningham - Masseur
Nickolas Grace ... The Prague Spy (as Nicholas Grace)
John Clive ... Very Thin Man
Charles McKeown ... Charles
Colin Jeavons ... Shifty man
Jan Kuzelka ... Fat man

Bernard Bresslaw ... Very Big Man - Ministery of Telephones
Jirina Chlumská ... Tram Woman
Andrew McCulloch ... Sergeant
Milan Hein ... Constable
Ninka Scott ... Cleaning Woman
Peter Armitage ... Small man
Bridget McConnell ... Bun lady
Ludvik Poznik ... Police Captain

Philip Davis ... Interrogator
Peter-Hugo Daly ... Interrogator
Nicholas Selby ... Judge

Philip Whitchurch ... Prosecutor
Jan Sváb ... Court Clerk
Peter Majer ... Brutal Guard
Bill Wallis ... Error Inspector
Monika Záková ... Desk woman
Jirí Krytinár ... Small man #2

Peter Guinness ... Mustachioed man
Harry Fowler ... 1st Installer
Trevor Bannister ... 2nd Installer

Season 2, Episode 21: Palestine, October 1917

14 August 1993
T.E. Lawrence suggests his old friend and pen-pal Indiana Jones (aka Henri Defense) for an undercover mission in Gaza, where Indy befriends some members of the Australian Lighthorseman Regiment. The British plan to attack Beersheba but have to cross a grueling desert to do so. To get into Beersheba first, Indy poses as an Arab trader and is accompanied by a 'belly dancer' named Maya.

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones

Catherine Zeta-Jones ... Maya
Julian Firth ... Richard Meinertzhagen

Cameron Daddo ... Jack Anders

Douglas Henshall ... T.E. Lawrence

Haluk Bilginer ... Colonel Ismel Bey
Kerem Atabeyoglu ... Rashid

Colin Baker ... Harry George Chauvel
Tony Bonner ... M.W.J. Bourchier

Daniel Craig ... Schiller
Terrence Hardiman ... Fitzgerald
Stuart Bennett ... Kevin

Todd Boyce ... Dex
Bernard Brown ... General Hodgson
Vincenzo Nicoli ... Kazim
Robert Swann ... Gen. William Grant
Alan Talbot ... Sergeant Porter
John Vine ... Allerby
Ali Yalaz ... Greasy man
James Bowers ... British Artillery Spotter
Halil Dogan ... Turkish Sentry Captain
Okan Bayülgen ... Turkish Spotterman
James McMartin ... British Artilleryman
Ozgur Erkekli ... Turkish Artilleryman
Kanat Tibet ... Turkish Artilleryman #2

Ben Miller ... French Officer
Tolga Yalcinkaya ... Turkish Adjudant
Simon Murray ... German Officer

Season 2, Episode 22: Transylvania, January 1918

21 August 1993
On Halloween, old Indy tells a ghost story to three trick or treaters concerning a mission he undertook near the end of the Great War. As part of a small team of special agents, young Indy was sent to Transylvania to find out why General Targo has raided a German P.O.W. camp. They soon found out the mysterious General had taken up impaling his enemies, just like Vlad Tepes used to in the 15th century

Sean Patrick Flanery ... Indiana Jones
George Hall ... Old Indy

Bob Peck ... General Targo

Keith Szarabajka ... Colonel Waters
Simone Bendix ... Maria
Paul Kynman ... Nicholas Hunyadi

Sam Kelly ... Dr. Franz Heinzer / Capt. Adolf Schmidt

Alan Polonsky ... Agent McCall
Michael Mellinger ... Paretti

William Roberts ... Stanfill
William Armstrong ... The Major

Steven Hartley ... Agent Picard
Anne Tirard ... Tarot Reader
Petr Svárovský ... Venetian Policeman

David Gilliam ... Agent Thompson
Petr Jákl ... German General
Jiri Kraus ... French General

Lee Norris ... Kid #1
Grady Bowman ... Kid #2 (as Grady McCloud Bowman)
Darwin Brandis ... Kid #3

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