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Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Adventures in the Secret Service
     

The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Adventures in the Secret Service

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Cast: Sean Patrick Flanery, Patrick Ryecart, George Hall

 
This made-for-TV movie compiled from episodes of the television series The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles finds Indy (Sean Patrick Flanery) as a captain in the French Army during World War I. As Indy guides a pair of Austrian princes to a secret meeting with Austria's Emperor Karl, he faces danger and puts his charges in serious jeopardy as he tries to arrange

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This made-for-TV movie compiled from episodes of the television series The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles finds Indy (Sean Patrick Flanery) as a captain in the French Army during World War I. As Indy guides a pair of Austrian princes to a secret meeting with Austria's Emperor Karl, he faces danger and puts his charges in serious jeopardy as he tries to arrange a European alliance against Germany. Indy's next assignment takes him to Russia, where he goes undercover to monitor the activities of a group of young Bolsheviks bent on revolution. While Indy knows that their actions could be ruinous to the French war effort, he also finds himself developing a greater understanding of the Russians' cause and beliefs. Young Indiana Jones: Adventures in the Secret Service was edited from two episodes of the series: "Austria, March 1917" and "Petrograd, July 1917."

Product Details

Release Date:
10/26/1999
UPC:
0097361552835
Original Release:
1992
Rating:
NR
Source:
Paramount

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The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Chapter 13 - Adventures in the Secret Service 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In this fun, thrilling movie, you have your entertainment needs satisfyed. Young Indy is put to work for the secret service in Europe during the time of World War I. The movie seemed to be almost divided into two parts. The first contained a suspenseful smuggling of two young Austrian princes who would help negotiate certain possibilities. The second was a sentimental peice on the Russian Revolution and the trust friendship needs. I have to admit, though the slightest bit corny, I was hooked on young Indiana Jones adventures and plan to watch him with great anticipation.