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Chapter 7: Love's Sweet Song
Ireland/England - 1916
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Runtime: 93 min.

Directed by: Gilles MacKinnon & Carl Schultz
Story by: George Lucas
Screenplay by: Jonathan Hales & Rosemary Anne Sisson
Music by: Laurence Rosenthal & Joel McNeely
Executive Producer: George Lucas
Produced by: Rick McCallum

Sean Patrick Flanery .... Indiana Jones
Ronny Coutteure .... Remy Baudouin
John Lynch .... Sean O'Casey
Shane Connaughton .... W.B. Yeats
Darragh Kelly .... Sean F. Lemass
Elizabeth Hurley .... Vicky Prentiss
Vanessa Redgrave .... Mrs. Prentiss
Shelagh McLeod .... Lady Lavinia
Julian Fellowes .... Winston Churchill
Pauline Melville .... Maisie Kemp
Fergus Brazier .... Georgie Newton


The Story

Landing in Ireland right before the Easter Rebellion, Indy mixes romance and revolutionary politics when he falls for a beautiful young Colleen whose brother is mixed up in the Irish resistance movement.

Across the waters in England he encounters a similar problem when his love affair with a strong-willed young woman is derailed by her fervent belief in the women's suffrage movement and her need for independence. Violent street brawls, a terrifying Zeppelin raid and a seriocomic dinner party with Winston Churchill provide plenty of thrills in this exciting romantic adventure.


Famous people encounters:

Sir Winston Churchill
British statesman, orator, and author who as prime minister (1940–45, 1951–55) rallied the British people during World War II and led his country from the brink of defeat to victory.

Sean O'Casey
An Irish playwright famous for realistic dramas of the Dublin slums in war and revolution, in which tragedy and comedy are mixed in a way new to the theatre of his time.
Sean F. Lemass
Irish patriot, politician, and prime minister (1959-66). At the age of 16, Lemass became a freedom fighter in the streets of Dublin, engaging in the Easter Rising (April 1916) and other hostilities.
Release dates:
First air date:
July 12, 2000

Video release:
Never released!

DVD release:
Oct. 23, 2007
This Chapter contains former episodes:
Ireland, April 1916
Episode #22 (Season 2-15)
Originally aired: June 12, 1993 on

London, May 1916
Episode #3 (Season 1-3)
Originally aired: March 11, 1992 on

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