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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Originally scheduled to be released on VHS in 2000, but put on hold owing to poor sales on the first batch of 'Adventures of Young Indiana Jones' tapes. This chapter was finally released on disc 8 of The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones Volume Three, April 29, 2008. See more
Why can't I stop thinking about her?
[Gershwin Stands up from and gestures toward piano
Tell him maestro.
It's very simple Boychick.
[Removes hanky, dusts piano, tosses soiled rag to song pluggers, sits and sings
A pretty girl/is like a melody/that haunts you night and day/She will leave you/and then/come back again/A pretty girl/is just/like a pretty tune.
'Louis Turenne' is credited as Theatre Critic even though his scenes with George Hall
as old Indy have been deleted. See more
The Man I Love
Music by George Gershwin
Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
Sung by Linda Ronstadt
(uncredited) See more