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Florence, May 1908 

Old Indy is challenged to a game of pool in a bar and recounts the time he first studied the laws of physics while visiting Florence, Italy in 1908. With her husband away in Rome, Anna ... See full summary »

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Ruth de Sosa ...
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Professor Henry Jones, Sr.
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Sophia
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Giacomo Puccini (as George Corraface)
Dado Ruspoli ...
Professor Reale
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Signora Reale
Pavlina Augustinova ...
Vladimír Chmelo ...
Marcello / Sharpless
Josef Skrobanek ...
Goro
Jan Hladik ...
Coline
Markéta Ungrová ...
Mussetta (as Marketa Uncrova)
Ales Stava ...
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Old Indy is challenged to a game of pool in a bar and recounts the time he first studied the laws of physics while visiting Florence, Italy in 1908. With her husband away in Rome, Anna Jones found herself enchanted by the persuasive opera composer Giacomo Puccini. Stricken by love, the impulsive Italian went as far as to ask her to leave her husband for him. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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31 July 1993 (USA)  »

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In 1999 Lucasfilm announced this story to be the second half of _Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: The Perils of Cupid, The (1999) (V)_ the first half being The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles: Vienna, November 1908 (1993). This chapter was finally released in October 2007 on The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones Volume I, disc 4. See more »

Quotes

Giacomo Puccini: Art is elusive. It is not like the beauty of a woman.
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O mio babbino caro
from "Gianni Schicchi" (uncredited)
by Giacomo Puccini
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