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Chapter 19: Winds of Change
Paris/Princeton - 1919
Runtime: 90 min.

Directed by: David Hare & Michael Schultz
Story by: George Lucas
Screenplay by: Jonathan Hales & Matthew Jacobs
Music by: Joel McNeely
Executive Producer: George Lucas
Produced by: Rick McCallum

Sean Patrick Flanery .... Indiana Jones
Cyril Cusack .... George Clemenceau
Anna Massey .... Gertrude Bell
Michael Maloney .... Arnold Toynbee
Douglas Henshall .... T.E. Lawrence
Alec Mapa .... Nguyen
Michael Kitchen .... David Lloyd George
Josef Sommer .... Woodrow Wilson
Jeroen Krabbe .... Brockdorff
Anthony Zaki .... King Feisal
Denis O'Hare .... Keating
Kai Wiesinger .... Jurgen


The Story

World War I is over. Working as a translator in Paris brings Indy in contact with T.E. Lawrence, Prince Faisal of Arabia, and Ho Chi Minh. The brutality of realpolitik devastates the idealistic young Indy.
And when Indy returns home to Princeton, New Jersey only to discover the ugly face of bigotry as encountered by his boyhood friend, actor Paul Robeson.


Famous people encounters:

Thomas Edward Lawrence
nickname Lawrence Of Arabia. He was a British archaeological scholar, military strategist, and author best known for his legendary war activities in the Middle East during World War I and for his account of those activities in The Seven Pillars of Wisdom (1926).
Feisal of Arabia
Arab statesman and became King Feisal I of Iraq (1921-33). He was a leader in advancing Arab nationalism during and after World War I.
Ho Chi Minh
The founder of the Indochina Communist Party (1930) and its successor, the Viet-Minh (1941), and president from 1945 to 1969 of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (North Vietnam).
Woodrow Wilson
28th president of the United States (1913-21). Wilson led his country into World War I and became the creator and leading advocate of the League of Nations, for which he was awarded the 1919 Nobel Prize for Peace.
George Clemenceau
A journalist and statesman who was a dominant figure in the French Third Republic and as premier (1917-20), a major contributor to the Allied victory in World War I and a framer of the postwar Treaty of Versailles.
David Lloyd George
British prime minister (1916-22) who dominated the British political scene in the latter part of World War I.
Gertrude Bell
English traveler, administrator in Arabia, and writer who played a principal part in the establishment in Baghdad of the Hashimite dynasty.
Arnold Toynbee
English historian whose 12-volume A Study of History (1934-61) put forward a philosophy of history, based on an analysis of the cyclical development and decline of civilizations, that provoked much discussion.
Paul Robeson
A celebrated American singer, actor, and black activist.
Release dates:
First air date:
Sept. 20, 2000

Video release:
Never released!

DVD release:
Apr. 29, 2008
This Chapter contains former episodes:
Paris, May 1919
Episode #28 (Season 2-21)
Originally aired: July 24, 1993 on ABC

Princeton 1919
Episode #44 (Season 3-12)
Never been aired before.

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