Professor Indiana Jones attends the auction of a Degas painting 'The Woman at her Toilet' which he claims to mean the world to him. He explains how he got involved in a quarrel between Degas and young Pablo Picasso in Paris, 1908. While there, Indy befriended a young American boy named Norman Rockwell and together they learned to appreciate the nuances of modern art. Written by
The TV Archaeologist
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In 1999 Lucasfilm announced 'Paris, September 1908' to be the second half of _Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Passion for Life, The (1999) (V)_, the first half being The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles: British East Africa, September 1909
(1992). Passion for Life was finally released on DVD on October 23, 2007 and is available on The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones Volume 1, Disc 2. See more
Dr. Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.
I'm not sure if Picasso ever knew, but Degas was almost blind at the time. But Degas was a sly old fox, and I think he knew what was going on. So in the end, the joke was on Picasso.
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