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. Written by
The TV Archaeologist
Did You Know?
's teleplay was adapted by comic book writer/artist Dan Barry as issues 1 and 2 of Dark Horse's 'The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles' 12 issue limited series, published February 01, 1993 and March 01, 1992. See more
The boy playing Indy looked and sounded noticeably older during the later scenes in the episode. See more
We had a slight autocation with our guide.
Henry 'Indiana' Jones Jr.
Yeah, he ran off with the camels.
Yes, they do that sometimes.