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Young Indiana Jones and the Scandal of 1920 

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... See full summary »

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Indiana Jones (archive footage)
George Hall ...
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Gloria Schuyler
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Kate
Jennifer Stevens ...
Peggy
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Mack
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Schwarz
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Ross
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Dottie
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Terumi Matthews ...
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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 theater, 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. Written by The TV Archeaologist

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3 April 1993 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Selections of Joel McNeely's score for this episode can be heard on the Varese Sarabande CD "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Volume Three" (1994), produced by Robert Townson. See more »

Quotes

Franklin Adams: Oh Mr. Jones, Tell me, have you forgiven your parents yet?
Indiana Jones: What for?
Franklin Adams: For naming you after the dullest state in the union.
Indiana Jones: Actually, I named myself, after my dog.
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Crazy Credits

'Louis Turenne' is credited as Theatre Critic even though his scenes with George Hall as old Indy have been deleted. See more »


Soundtracks

The Man I Love
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Music by George Gershwin
Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
Sung by Linda Ronstadt
Lip-synced by Jennifer Stevens
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4 February 2010 | by (staten island,new york) – See all my reviews

I haven't enjoyed an episode of this series as much as this one. This was fun from start to finish and I didn't want it to end. This chapter was better than much of what is being shown on the big screen today! Casting was flawless and the depiction of the eras famous people flowed as if Indiana was too a real icon of the time. If Mr. Lucas could've made more episodes like this one this show would still be running on cable today! I can't say enough nice things about this showing and as my rating is the max you get my point!! Now its on to volume 3 disc 9--- Hollywood Follies and I hope it is 1/2 as good as the Scandal of 1920! A must see!!


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