The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Chapter 10 - The Phantom Train of Doom

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Overview

This made-for-TV movie stars Sean Patrick Flanery as the young Indiana Jones, who unexpectedly finds himself helping to destroy a massive anti-rail weapon in German-occupied East Africa during the First World War. Produced as part of the television series The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Young Indiana Jones and the Phantom Train of Doom also features Paul Freeman, Freddie Jones, and Ronny Coutteure. The screenplay was written by Frank Darabont, who directed the acclaimed feature films The Green Mile and The ...
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Overview

This made-for-TV movie stars Sean Patrick Flanery as the young Indiana Jones, who unexpectedly finds himself helping to destroy a massive anti-rail weapon in German-occupied East Africa during the First World War. Produced as part of the television series The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, Young Indiana Jones and the Phantom Train of Doom also features Paul Freeman, Freddie Jones, and Ronny Coutteure. The screenplay was written by Frank Darabont, who directed the acclaimed feature films The Green Mile and The Shawshank Redemption.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/26/1999
  • UPC: 097361552330
  • Original Release: 1993
  • Source: Paramount
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sean Patrick Flanery
George Hall
Ronny Coutteure
Technical Credits
Peter MacDonald Director
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 5, 2000

    Quality of an Indy movie storywise, though not visually

    The Phantom Train of Doom was one of the best Young Indiana Jones. Taking place in World War I while Indy is in the Belgian Army, he and his fellow soldier take the wrong train (twice) while trying to meet up with their regiment, and Indy's sense of direction with a compass gets them lost even more. They meet up with a British troop of soldiers, and Indy's friend soldier stays with them to defend a fort. Indy meets a group of old commandos, but they prove to him that just becuase they're old doesn't mean anything. Their mission, which they trick Indy into joining, is to blow up a Nazi train, loaded with guns. After doing that, Indy and his friend meet up again and capture a german officer, escaping in a hot-air balloon. They crash land, and find the German Army on their tail. They figure that, while the British orders were to capture the officer, they are Belgium soldiers, and so their duty is to escape. Hopefully, Indy won't get in trouble for being late when he gets back to his regiment. This episode was well written, and we laughed a lot at some of the humurous dialog. Unfortunately, as it was a TV episode, it's special effects weren't spectacular (notable when they defend the fort), but as it wasn't an epic, like the movies, it didn't really matter.

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