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Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues ()


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Wyoming, 1950. Indiana Jones and his friend Grey Cloud have obtained a sacred ceremonial pipe and end up in a snow-logged cabin. When Jones finds a soprano sax, he is reminded of his college... See more »

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Indiana Jones
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Indiana Jones - age 50
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Sidney Bichet
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Ernest Hemingway
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King Oliver
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John Torrio
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Eliot Ness
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Goldie
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Big Al Brown
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Grey Cloud
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Dale Winter
David Arnott ...
Clifford
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O'Bannion
Raymond Serra ...
Colosimo (as Ray Serra)
Leon Pridgen ...
CJ (as J. Leon Pridgen II)
Byron Stripling ...
Louis Armstrong
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Ben Hecht
Sunday Theodore ...
Babs
Lou Criscuolo ...
Ceasarino
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Harold
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Piano Man
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Professor Hunt
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Frank Camilla
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Chief Garrety
Larry Parks ...
Charles MacArthur (as Barry Bell)
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Victoria Moresco
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Sam
Alan McCoy ...
Holloway
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Black Female Vocalist
Dwayne Andre Murrill ...
Arte the cornet player
Hadley Eure ...
Susie
Philip Loch ...
Sculli
Jery Hewitt ...
Coveralls man
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Black waiter at Royal Garderns
Terry L. Wallace ...
Tall black man
Pete Prehn ...
Natty white man
Ralph Wilcox ...
Black manager
Paul Mixon ...
Drunk white customer
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Gregory
Ishmond Jones ...
Black waiter
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White man in trunks
Charles McIntyre ...
Old one-armed man
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Mr. Williams
Lizan Mitchell ...
Mrs. Williams
Otis Banks ...
Waiter Gus
Stormy Lang ...
Young black man
Sal Ruffino ...
Customer at Colosimo's
Rudy Tyson ...
Orchestra Leader
Winston Hemingway ...
Doorman at Peking Inn
James Bloodworth ...
Doorman at Royal Gardens
George Evans ...
Doorman at Four Deuces
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Thug #1
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Thug #2 (as Anthony Schmidt)
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Greycloud double
David Frisinger ...
Library clerk
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Bar Patron (uncredited)
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Blonde Collegiate (uncredited)

Directed by

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Carl Schultz

Written by

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George Lucas ... (story)
 
Jule Selbo ... (writer)
 
Jule Selbo ... (written by)

Produced by

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George Lucas ... executive producer
Rick McCallum ... producer

Music by

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Joel McNeely

Cinematography by

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David Tattersall ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Edgar Burcksen

Editorial Department

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Jim Barrett ... colorist
Alan Chimenti ... on-line editor
Gary Coates ... colorist
Dan Feinstein ... on-line editor
Greg Gilmore ... on-line editor (as Gregory Gilmore)
Kristine Hanna ... post production co-ordinator / post-production coordinator
Neil Harris ... telecine operator
Michael Mintz ... telecine operator
Dana Mulligan ... first assistant editor
Cheryl Nardi ... assistant editor / assistant picture editor
Matthew Wood ... assistant editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Janet Hirshenson
Jane Jenkins
Roger Mussenden

Production Design by

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Jeff Ginn
Barbara Kretschmer
Barbara Kahn Kretschmer

Art Direction by

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Frank Richwood

Set Decoration by

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James Edward Ferrell Jr. ... (as Jim Ferrell)

Costume Design by

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Peggy Farrell

Makeup Department

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Rudolph Eavy III ... make up (as Rudolph Eavey III) / makeup artist
Mary Hedges Lampert ... hair stylist (as Mary Lampert) / hair stylist
Samantha Rumball ... makeup artist
Eva Ungrová-Malíková ... makeup artist (as Eva Malikova)
Pat Hay ... makeup artist (uncredited)
Sara Seidman Vance ... hair stylist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Ed Granlund ... post-production supervisor
Mark Leemkuil ... production supervisor
Rick McCallum ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Vic Armstrong ... second unit director
Ben Burtt ... second unit director
Barbara D'Alessandro ... second second assistant director
Randall LaFollette ... second assistant director
Bart Lipton ... second assistant director
Jay Tobias ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Chris Dambra ... set dresser
Gene Dann ... chargehand set dresser
David Endley ... art dept assistant
Jeffrey A. Hughes ... set dresser
Riley 'Sean' Jones ... property master: additional photography
General Fermon Judd Jr. ... set dresser
Andy Krish ... set dresser
Cynthia La Jeunesse ... buyer
Edward 'Tantar' LeViseur ... prop master (as Tantar Leviseur) / property master (as Tantar Leviseur)
Katy McDougald ... set dresser
Chuck Potter ... on-set dresser
Dawn Serody ... chargehand set dresser
'Jungle Jim' Shaughnessy ... set dresser
E. Parker Webb ... set dresser
Duane Williamson ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Tom Bellfort ... supervising sound editor
Christian Boatsman ... assistant sound editor
Laird M. Malamed ... assistant sound editor (as Laird Malamed)
Jay Meagher ... boom operator
Larry Oatfield ... sound editor
Carl Rudisill ... sound mixer
Susan Sanford ... assistant sound editor
Christopher Scarabosio ... sound editor (as Chris Scarabosio)
Michael Silvers ... sound editor
Gary Summers ... re-recording mixer
Matthew Wood ... assistant sound editor
Gwendolyn Yates Whittle ... sound editor (as Gwendolyn Y. Whittle)
Ben Burtt ... sound designer (uncredited)
Christopher Scarabosio ... sound designer (uncredited)
Michael Silvers ... dialogue/adr editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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David Beavis ... special effects (as Dave Beavis)

Visual Effects by

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Joseph Brattesani ... digital artist
Ronn Brown ... matte painter
Eric Chauvin ... matte painter
Danielle Ciccarelli ... digital artist
Susan Adele Colletta ... visual effects producer
Greg Gilmore ... main title design (as Gregory Gilmore)
Orin Green ... digital artist
Mark Holmes ... digital artist
Paul Huston ... matte painter
Ali Laventhol ... digital artist
Bill Mather ... matte painter (as Bill Mathers)
Jimi Simmons ... digital artist
Allison Smith-Murphy ... visual effects supervisor
Yusei Uesugi ... matte painter

Stunts

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Matthew R. Anderson ... stunts
Leo Stransky ... stunt performer

Camera and Electrical Department

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Alan Aldridge ... focus puller
Eric Bartsch ... best boy grip
Mark Graves ... best boy electric
Keith Hamshere ... still photographer / stills photographer
George Hesse ... second assistant camera: bookends
Jeffrey L. Loy ... grip
Malcolm MacIntosh ... camera operator
Peter Myslowski ... key grip
Keegan O'Neill ... clapper loader
Paige Thomas ... clapper loader
Stephen Thompson ... director of photography: second unit / gaffer

Casting Department

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Andy McKee ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Patsy Rainey ... costume supervisor
Anna M. Welcome ... assistant costume designer (as Anna Welcome)

Music Department

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James Collins ... assistant music engineer
Jamie Forester ... music editor (as Jamie Gelb-Forester) / music editor
Malcolm Luker ... music recording engineer
Patrick Mullins ... music editor
David Slusser ... music editor
Mark Tucker ... assistant scoring engineer
John Williams ... composer: theme music

Transportation Department

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Rick Parkinson ... picture cars

Other crew

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Jane Bay ... executive assistant: George Lucas
Donald R. Beck ... title designer: main titles
Michael Blanchard ... technical coordinator
Jo Burn ... coordinator: London
Jerry Castro ... technical coordinator
Perry Duis ... advisor (as Prof. Perry Duis)
Kathryn Farrar ... financial controller
Deborah Fine ... researcher
Greg Gilmore ... main title design (as Gregory Gilmore)
Wendy Gorman ... accountant
Lynne Hale ... publicist
Brad Hammond ... choreographer (as Brad Hammond-Moranz) / choreographer
Jennifer Hammond-Moranz ... choreographer
Anne Merrifield ... secretary to executive producer
Sophie Milton Wright ... assistant: Rick McCallum (as Sophie Milton)
David Minkowski ... production coordinator
Julia Overton ... coordinator: London
Rick Parkinson ... horse wrangler
John Sinclair ... technical coordinator
Dempsey Travis ... advisor
Dylan Way ... technical coordinator

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Wyoming, 1950. Indiana Jones and his friend Grey Cloud have obtained a sacred ceremonial pipe and end up in a snow-logged cabin. When Jones finds a soprano sax, he is reminded of his college days in Chicago 1920. Indy was waiting tables at Colosimo's and had become obsessed with Jazz music. He managed to befriend Sidney Bichet who encouraged him to practice the soprano sax. But then Colosimo was murdered on the doorstep of his restaurant and Indy got caught up in the investigation together with his roommate Eliot Ness and young reporter Ernest Hemingway. Written by The TV Archaeologist

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Also Known As
  • The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues
Runtime
  • 82 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Conceived as two separate episodes entitled "Chicago, April 1920" and "Chicago, May 1920", Director Carl Schultz had already filmed interconnected bookends featuring George Hall as Old Indy, lecturing his grandson Spike and the members of Spike's band. This footage was deleted in favor of the new bookend starring Harrison Ford in an attempt to boost ratings and re-launch the series. See more »
Quotes Sidney Bichet: It's like in-between sounds: the shadin', the wantin'. It's the why's the world have to be this way sounds; the dissolusionment. The difference between jazz and the blues is a state of mind.
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