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TheRaider.net Films Young Indy Chronicles Episode Guide Chapter 14
 
Chapter 14: Espionage Escapades
Spain/Prague - 1917
 
Volume Two - DVD cover
Runtime: 90 min.

Directed by: Terry Jones & Robert Young
Story by: George Lucas
Screenplay by: Gavin Scott
Music by: Laurence Rosenthal
Executive Producer: George Lucas
Produced by: Rick McCallum

Starring:
Sean Patrick Flanery .... Indiana Jones
Amanda Ooms .... Nadia
Daniel Webb .... Picasso
Terry Jones .... Marcello
Timothy Spall .... Cunningham-Massiter
Charles McKeown .... Charles
Kenneth Cranham .... Colonel Schmidt
William Hootkins .... Diaghilev
Harry Enfield .... The chauffeur
Tim McInnerny .... Franz Kafka
Mike McShane .... Anton

 

The Story

Going undercover as a dancer for the Ballet Russe in Spain, Indy meets an old friend, the flamboyant Pablo Picasso. Plotting to discredit some German diplomats, Indy engages in a series of comic misadventures with a trio of bumbling spies before being shipped off to Prague on another mission.
His assignment is simple: get a telephone installed in his apartment and wait for instructions. Yet, apathetic officials, mind-numbing rules and infinite paperwork thwart Indy at every turn. Only one man, Franz Kafka, offers him any assistance.

This chapter is a farcical take on the stereotypically suave portrayal of espionage and pokes fun at the narrow-minded evil of bureaucracy, which weaves its ineffectual web into an absurd straightjacket.

 
 

Famous people encounters:

Pablo Picasso
Spanish painter, became one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century and the creator (with Georges Braque) of Cubism. Picasso's most famous work is his Guernica painting in Madrid.
Franz Kafka
Czech-born German-language writer of visionary fiction, whose posthumously published novels express the anxieties and alienation of 20th-century man.
 
Release dates:
First air date:
July 13, 2000

Video release:
Never released!

DVD release:
Dec. 18, 2007
This Chapter contains former episodes:

Barcelona, May 1917
Episode #11 (Season 2-4)
Originally aired: October 12, 1992 on ABC

Prague, August 1917
Episode #29 (Season 2-22)
Uncertain if it has ever been aired.

 
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