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Chapter 18: Treasure of the Peacock's Eye
Egypt/Java/South Pacific - 1919
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Runtime: 94 min.

Directed by: Carl Schultz
Story by: George Lucas
Screenplay by: Jule Selbo
Music by: Steven Bramson
Executive Producer: George Lucas
Produced by: Rick McCallum

Sean Patrick Flanery .... Indiana Jones
Ronny Coutteure .... Remy Baudouin
Adrian Edmondson .... Zyke
Jayne Ashbourne .... Lily
Pip Torrens .... Howard Carter
Tom Courtenay .... Bronislaw Malinowski
William Osborne .... E.M. Forster
Anthony Chinn .... Ku Wong
Alice Lau .... Jin Ming
Matthew Solon .... Captain Hales
Colleen Passard .... Suzette
Sam Kaniyoisi .... Shaman
Telok .... Dokia Jacob
Kauwa Tobwebwa .... Chief Moliasi


The Story

The war in Europe ends but a new adventure begins for Indy when a mysterious man's dying words, "The eye of the peacock!" send him and Remy on a thrilling treasure hunt for one of Alexander the Great's most treasured possessions. Pursued by a dangerous one-eyed man, Indy follows the trail of the diamond from London to Alexandria to the South Seas where he has a run-in with a murderous band of Chinese pirates. The shipboard battle that ensues is a spectacular display of swords, guns and flying fists. Marooned by the pirates on a remote desert island, Indy is captured by savage headhunters, but before they can turn him into a shrunken head and cannibal stew, he is rescued by anthropologist Bronislaw Malinowski and makes a life-altering decision.


Famous people encounters:

Alexander the Great (only mentioned)
The King of Macedonia (336-323 BC). He overthrew the Persian Empire, carried Macedonian arms to India, and laid the foundations for the Hellenistic world of territorial kingdoms.
Bronislaw Malinowski
one of the most important anthropologists of the 20th century who is widely recognized as the founder of social anthropology and principally associated with field studies of the peoples of Oceania.
Howard Carter
The British archaeologist, who made one of the richest and most celebrated contributions to Egyptology: the discovery of the largely intact tomb of King Tutankhamen in 1922.
Release dates:
First air date:

Video release:
October 26, 1999

DVD release:
Apr. 29, 2008
This Chapter contains former episodes:
Treasure of the Peacock's Eye, London/Egypt, November 1919 (1)
Episode #35 (Season 3-3)
Originally aired: January 15, 1995 on ABC

Treasure of the Peacock's Eye, South Pacific, November 1919 (2)
Episode #36 (Season 3-4)
Originally aired: January 15, 1995 on ABC

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