While flipping through a gossip magazine at the supermarket, 93 year old Indiana Jones recounts his love affair with Mata Hari while visiting Paris on leave from the front in 1916. Unaware of Mata's involvement as a spy, 16 year old Indy became jealous when seeing her with other men, even though he admitted at the time that his feelings for Mata were not as strong as they had been for Vicky Prentiss in London five months earlier. Written by
The TV Archaeologist
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Selections of Joel McNeely
's score for this episode can be heard on the Varese Sarabande CD "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles Volume One" (1992), produced by Robert Townson
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When I lived in Java they called me Mata Hari, I means eye of the day and in my mind it suited me more than 'Margarite'.