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"The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles" Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues (TV Episode 1993) Poster

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Conceived as two separate episodes entitled "Chicago, April 1920" and "Chicago, May 1920", Director Carl Schultz had already filmed interconnected bookends featuring George Hall as Old Indy, lecturing his grandson Spike and the members of Spike's band. This footage was deleted in favor of the new bookend starring Harrison Ford in an attempt to boost ratings and re-launch the series.
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Harrison Ford filmed his scenes while he was filming the early scenes of The Fugitive (1993). This is the reason he has a beard.
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Released on video in 1999 as "The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Mystery of the Blues", part 20 of 22 of "The Complete Adventures of Indiana Jones".
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Selections of Joel McNeely's score, not including the "Wyoming 1950" cues adapted from John Williams's Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), can be heard on the Varese Sarabande CD "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Volume Three" (1994), produced by Robert Townson.
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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.
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