The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles

Princeton, February 1916

Season 2, Ep 7, Aired 3/20/93
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  • Episode Description
  • Indy and his girlfriend, Nancy Stratemeyer (whose father created the Nancy Drew mystery series) visit the fascinating laboratory of inventor Thomas Edison and they must contend with dangerous German spies, as they try to keep Edison's top-secret invention safe.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Corey Carrier

    Young Henry "Indiana" Jones, Jr. at age 8-10

  • Sean Patrick Flanery

    Young Henry "Indiana" Jones, Jr. at age 16-20

  • Joe Johnston

  • Matthew Jacobs

  • Clark Gregg

    Dickinson

  • Fan Reviews (1)
  • Indy must stop plans for a top-secret invention from falling into enemy hands!

    By pferreira86, Jul 21, 2009

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Notes (2)

    • This episode is included on Volume 1 Disc 8 of the DVD collection. The companion documentaries are on Disc 9, and they include: -Thomas Edison - Lighting Up the World -Invention and Innovation - What's Behind a Good Idea? -The Mystery of Edward Stratemeyer -Wanted: Dead or Alive - Pancho Villa and the American Invasion of Mexico -General John J. Pershing And His American Army -George S. Patton - American Achilles

    • Part 1 of the video Spring Break Adventure with The Curse of the Jackal, Mexico, March 1916 (2).

    Trivia (1)

    • Non-fiction characters appearing in this episode:
      Edward Stratemeyer: An American publisher and founder of the Stratemeyer Syndicate (publishing and wrote The Bobbsey Twins in 1904 and Tom Swift in 1910. His syndicate was responsible for the Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew stories. (1862-1930)
      Thomas Edison: An American inventor and businessman who developed many devices including the phonograph and the long-lasting, electric light bulb and who held 1,093 U.S. patents in his name. (1847-1931)

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