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Petrograd, July 1917 

Prof. Indiana Jones points out to a museum curator that a picture of the Russian revolution is labeled wrong. He knows it for sure because he was there. Working as a translator at the ... See full summary »

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Irene
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Boris
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Martin Hub ...
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Prof. Indiana Jones points out to a museum curator that a picture of the Russian revolution is labeled wrong. He knows it for sure because he was there. Working as a translator at the French embassy in Petrograd, Indy had befriended a group of young Bolshevik students. On his 18th birthday, they took him to hear Lenin himself giving a speech. Unfortunately, the speech inspires them to a premature revolution attempt. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Petrograd, July 1917 was released on video as the second half of The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Adventures in the Secret Service (1999) (chapter 13 of 22), the first half being The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles: Austria, March 1917 (1992) See more »

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Dr. Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.: [pointing at a historical picture in a museum] See that kid holding the banner there? When this picture was made, that kid had exactly 30 seconds to live.
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