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The overall effect of these handsome, feature-length stories, all shot on glorious location, is of a certain audacity--Lucas having the nerve to name-drop all over the place and situate Jones with some of the greatest achievers in world culture. But each episode is nothing less than spectacularly educational as well as entertaining. Scripts are carefully written to reflect what these famous individuals actually contributed to mankind, and to give a sense of what their personalities were like. The last three shows in Volume One find Jones at age 20 (played by Sean Patrick Flanery), now more or less on his own as he gets into various scrapes in Mexico (where he rides with Pancho Villa) and Ireland (where he meets William Butler Yeats). There is so much to glean from these stories, but even more to bask in on the sets many special features, which include multiple, exquisitely produced documentaries about the historical figures, political and artistic movements, and crucial events that play into this series. This is a great set for kids (probably beginning at the 6th grade level) and adults as well, preferably to watch together. --Tom Keogh
A good series, and fun to watch, with overtones of watching a film for The History Channel.Published 5 months ago by Greg Jenkins, PhD
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|Entire Series available on TVDVD.com||
I purchased the set from TVDVD.com and while they say that the episodes are 'unedited as they appeared on TV' - they're wrong. They've taped the very same versions found on these releases (without George Hall and with the terrible editing decisions) as they appeared on the USA network (as... Read More
Jun 8, 2008 by Alias | See all 14 posts
|Is the tv series good for a 9 year old boy?||
Considering i'm posting this late, i'm not sure if you will get this, but i will answer it anyway.
He would enjoy The Young Indiana Jones Vol. 1 because it is much more light hearted and age appropriate. Vol. 2 deals with WW1, so there are alot of battles, gunfire, and death so i would... Read More
Dec 9, 2008 by D. Thomas | See all 8 posts
|Young Indy series vs. Indy movies||
I also prefer the series because of the educational aspects. I find it more interesting. I love history, and this presents the events in a personalized way.
Apr 19, 2008 by West Pittston Library | See all 5 posts
|YIJ episode?? Pls help!||
Ah, yes! You're talking about the episode, "London 1916", where Young Indy (played by Sean Patrick Flannery) meets suffragette Vicky. It's chapter 7 entitled "Love's Sweet Song" on the first volume of "The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones", disc 10 (I believe). ...
Dec 28, 2010 by Beatle Chic | See all 3 posts
Was holding off on buying these but found all three volumes on sale at Best Buy today for $50 each!
May 12, 2008 by Rene Fernandez | See all 8 posts
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