The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles

Season 2 Episode 8

Petrograd, July 1917

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Mar 27, 1993 on ABC
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Petrograd, July 1917
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In Russia, Indy's espionage work threatens more lives when he infiltrates a group of young Bolsheviks and begins to sympathize with their plight, and causes Indy to question his loyality.

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  • Indy now goes to Russia, where a turmoil is approaching.

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    Well, this episode (which I saw as part of "Adventures in the Secret Service"), gave us an accurate idea of the prerevolutionary Russia. In this episode, through Indy's eyes, we went to a Lenin speach, hanged out with the blue-collar Russians who were looking for a change after all they suffered with the Tsar's regime (which at the end of the real events they had with the Bolshevik revolution for good or bad), and there, Indy found good friends, fact that made him, after a series of unfortunate events, to a choice between his friendship to them and the loyalty to his cause, with a tragic conclussion.

    Sean Patrick Flannery gave a very solid performance in this episode, as it did the rest of the cast (remember that the cast changes constantly), actually the guy that did Vladimir Lenin was very convincing he was Vladimir Lenin, we saw parts of Russia who are beautiful (actually this episode was filmed there) and the story was very good.

    I hope you were as lucky to see this as I was.moreless
Corey Carrier

Corey Carrier

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

Sean Patrick Flanery

Sean Patrick Flanery

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

George Hall

George Hall

Dr. Henry “Indiana” Jones, Jr. at age 93

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