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8 October 1995 (USA) See more »
Young Indiana Jones takes to the skies in the new French air force, and parachutes into Germany to convince Anthony Fokker to defect. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

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

Patrick Toomey ... Charles Nungesser

Marc Warren ... Baron Von Richthofen

Craig Kelly ... Anthony Fokker
Daniel Kash ... Raoul Lufbery

Ewan Bailey ... Hobie
Lawrence Elman ... Len
Nicholas Colicos ... Green (as Nick Colicos)
Matt Bardock ... Carl

Victor Spinetti ... Bragas / Major M
John Warnaby ... British Officer 1
Richard Ashcroft ... LeBlanc
John Conroy ... Cartier

Damian Dibben ... Corporal G
Leon Silver ... Eugene

Kenneth Collard ... Pierre

Anthony Daniels ... Francois
Gertan Klauber ... Maurice
Bill Thomas ... Max

Karel Dobrý ... Goering (as Karl Dobry)
Manuel Harlan ... Lothar
Peter Clay ... Forssman

Jon Pertwee ... General Von Kramer
Geoffrey Whitehead ... Werner
Edward Jewesbury ... C-in-C Alhorn

Directed by
Ben Burtt 
Writing credits
Matthew Jacobs (written by) and
Rosemary Anne Sisson (written by) and
Ben Burtt (written by)

Produced by
George Lucas .... executive producer
Rick McCallum .... producer
Michael Morgan .... supervising producer
Original Music by
Joel McNeely 
Cinematography by
Giles Nuttgens 
Film Editing by
Ben Burtt 
Casting by
Janet Hirshenson (U.S.)
Jane Jenkins (U.S.)
George Konicek (U.K.)
Andy McKee (U.K.)
Roger Mussenden (U.S.)
Production Design by
Ricky Eyres 
Art Direction by
Karel Vacek (Prague)
Set Decoration by
Peter Walpole 
Costume Design by
Trisha Biggar 
Makeup Department
Fae Hammond .... hair stylist
Fae Hammond .... makeup artist
Production Management
David Brown .... executive in charge of production
Ed Granlund .... post-production supervisor
Ales Komárek .... production manager (as Ales Komarek)
Callum McDougall .... unit manager
Petr Moravec .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bernard Bellew .... second assistant director (as Bernie Bellew)
Nick Laws .... first assistant director
Crispin Reece .... second unit director
Art Department
David Balfour .... prop master
David Bubb .... construction manager
Paul Edgerly .... painter
Pippa Rawlinson .... stand-by art director
Sound Department
Jessica Bellfort .... assistant sound editor
Tom Bellfort .... supervising sound editor
Rudi Buckle .... sound mixer
Bob Edwards .... re-recording sound mixer
Neil Kingsbury .... sound mixer
Larry Oatfield .... sound editor
Malcolm Rose .... boom operator
Christopher Scarabosio .... sound editor (as Chris Scarabosio)
Kevin Sellers .... assistant sound editor
Matthew Wood .... assistant sound editor
Gwendolyn Yates Whittle .... sound editor (as Gwendolyn Y. Whittle)
Rudi Buckle .... sound recordist (uncredited)
Ben Burtt .... sound designer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
David Beavis .... special effects (as Dave Beavis)
Gary Cohen .... special effects
Ken Lailey .... special effects
Graham Aikman .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Joseph Brattesani .... digital artist
Ronn Brown .... matte painter: ILM
Eric Chauvin .... matte painter: ILM
Danielle Ciccarelli .... digital artist
Susan Davis .... visual effects supervisor
Orin Green .... digital artist
Kristine Hanna .... additional effects
Mark Holmes .... digital artist
Paul Huston .... matte painter: ILM
Ali Laventhol .... digital artist
Bill Mather .... matte painter: ILM (as Bill Mathers)
Jimi Simmons .... digital artist
Yusei Uesugi .... matte painter: ILM
Jordi Casares .... stunt coordinator (as Jorges Casares)
Sean McCabe .... stunt double
Mustapha Touki .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Jan Carda .... focus puller
Trevor Coop .... camera operator
Michael Dondero .... additional photography: U.S.A.
Mark Graves .... electrician
Chip Hackler .... photographer: 2nd unit
Keith Hamshere .... still photographer
Kristine Hanna .... additional photography: U.S.A.
Peter Myslowski .... camera grip
Keegan O'Neill .... clapper loader
Patrick Sirk .... additional photography: U.S.A.
Paige Thomas .... clapper loader
Stephen Thompson .... gaffer (as Steve Thompson)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jenny Hawkins .... wardrobe assistant
Steven Kirkby .... wardrobe supervisor (as Steve Kirkby)
Louise Page .... assistant costume designer
Bob Worth .... consultant: military wardrobe
Editorial Department
Jim Barrett .... colorist
Jonathan Bresman .... post-production assistant
Alan Chimenti .... on-line editor
Gary Coates .... colorist
Dan Feinstein .... on-line editor
Greg Gilmore .... on-line editor (as Gregory Gilmore)
Kristine Hanna .... post-production coordinator
Neil Harris .... telecine operator
Mai Huynh .... post-production assistant
Michael Mintz .... digital film colorist
Michael Mintz .... telecine operator
Dana Mulligan .... additional editor
John Sinclair .... assistant picture editor
Music Department
Jamie Forester .... music editor
Jamie Luker .... assistant score engineer
Malcolm Luker .... scoring mixer
Other crew
Jane Bay .... executive assistant: George Lucas
Michael Blanchard .... technical coordinator
Jenifer Booth .... assistant accountant
Mike Brewer .... pilot
Daniel Brock .... scoring production supervisor
Jo Burn .... production coordinator
Des Carey .... film archivist: Lucasfilm
Jerry Castro .... technical coordinator
Louise Coulter .... production accountant
Jo Donaldson .... researcher
Cheryl Edwards .... researcher
Kathryn Farrar .... financial controller
Deborah Fine .... researcher
Greg Gilmore .... main title design (as Gregory Gilmore)
Wendy Gorman .... accountant: U.S.A.
Lynne Hale .... publicist
Dick Hansen .... pilot
Randy Hansen .... pilot
Mark Heininge .... project leader
Brian Howard .... ground crew
Anne Merrifield .... secretary to executive producer
Sophie Milton Wright .... assistant: Rick McCallum (as Sophie Milton)
Hilary Momberger .... script supervisor
Ed Newman .... pilot
Russ Newville .... ground crew
Julia Overton .... coordinator: London
Carole Peterman .... production coordinator (as Carole J. Sanders)
Catherine Roehl .... post-production accountant
John Sinclair .... technical coordinator
Roy Squires .... fire safety
Joe Topper .... pilot
Jerry Turrentine .... ground crew
Dylan Way .... technical coordinator
Don Bies .... thanks
John Boatwright .... special thanks
Henry Burtt .... in memory of
William Curtin .... thanks (as Bill Curtain)
Vern Dallman .... thanks
Nelson Hall .... thanks
Erik Marckwordt .... special thanks
Richard Pfieffer .... thanks
James Tyce .... special thanks (as Scott Urquhart)

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Attack of the Hawkmen" - USA (short title)
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USA:96 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Second of four Young Indy TV movies shown on The Family Channel, originally scheduled as part of a third series of "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles" (1992). Released on video as The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones part 12 (of 22).See more »
Factual errors: Manfred von Richtofen challenges Nungesser to a duel. Nungesser shows up for the duel in a two-seater. Two-seaters were known as meat on the table for the one-seat pursuit aircraft that all WW I fighter pilots flew. Nungesser wouldn't have lasted 5 minutes over the Western Front had he actually been stupid enough to fly a two-seater to dogfight against German one-seaters.See more »
Remy:[Indy and Remy are going their separate ways] I don't want to say goodbye. But I will say thank you.See more »


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0 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Cool, 30 August 1999
Author: Jarek-6

I didn't even get to see all of this movie, but I saw most of it. The movie was all right. Young Indy had to venture into Germany and deliver some paper to a German industrialist. It's not a bad story, but the ending was a little inconclusive. Still, I'd give it about a 6//10.

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