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Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues 

Wyoming, 1950. Indiana Jones and his friend Grey Cloud have obtained a sacred ceremonial pipe and end up in a snow-logged cabin. When Jones finds a soprano sax, he is reminded of his ... See full summary »

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Sidney Bichet
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King Oliver
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Big Al Brown
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Grey Cloud
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Dale Winter
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Clifford
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O'Bannion
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CJ (as J. Leon Pridgen II)
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Wyoming, 1950. Indiana Jones and his friend Grey Cloud have obtained a sacred ceremonial pipe and end up in a snow-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. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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In 'Harrison Ford''s cameo as a 50-year old Indy, Indy is accompanied by an American Indian named Gray Cloud. This is also the name of a chief in The Frisco Kid (1979), a western starring Harrison Ford. See more »

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GreyCloud: [looking at the Indian pipe] This is probably the most sacred relic in my people's past.
Indiana Jones - age 50: [having found a soprano sax] Well here's a sacred relic of my past.
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Blues and Booze
18 February 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A good 90 minute show, heavy on the the blues and jazz in the first half but the actors miming the instrumentals come off as too fake. Good music and vocals though. The Indy character takes a bit of a subdued role here, after all his adventures overseas - army, POW, secret service, vampires, etc. during the war he must have wanted to go back to the simple life of being a college kid with a part-time job. In this respect the continuity of the character suffers a bit. Many "real" characters written in the story - the various musicians, Indy's roommate, his friend Hemingway, the bartender with the "scarface" and others. A big action sequence near the end with Model T's (or were they A's?, they could've run faster)...and no real ending, but a glimpse of 1920's Chicago city politics/justice.


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