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The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Chapter 2 Passion For Life (1996)
Front Cover Actor Back Cover
Corey Carrier Indiana Jones
Sean Patrick Flanery Indiana Jones
Lloyd Owen Prof. Henry Jones, Sr.
Ruth de Sosa Anna Jones
Margaret Tyzack Helen Seymour
Michael Gough Leo Tolstoy
George Jackos Nikos Kazantzakis
Hemanth Rao Jiddu Krishnamurthy
George Yiasoumi Artistotle
William Gregory Lee
Movie Details
Genre Adventure; Family
Director Michael Schultz; Deepa Mehta
Writer Frank Darabont; Jonathan Hales
Language English
Country Canada
Color Color
IMDb Rating 6.6
Plot
Young Indiana Jones meets the iconic artists Norman Rockwell, Pablo Picasso, George Braque, Edgar Degas and Henri Rousseau in Paris and later the 26th President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt while on safari in Kenya.


Nine-year-old Indy meets the young Norman Rockwell while visiting the Louvre Museum in Paris. Norman offers to show Indy the "real" artists' quarter in Paris, and the two set off on an adventure in Montmartre. In a bohemian café, they find themselves caught up in a humorous scheme of the brash young artist Pablo Picasso to prove to the aging Edgar Degas that Picasso can paint as well as Degas. The boys are invited to the famous banquet at Picasso's studio in honor of Henri Rousseau, and along the way they learn what Cubism is all about.
A year later, Young Indy and his family meet Theodore Roosevelt, former President of the United States, who is on safari in British East Africa (now Kenya). Roosevelt is on an official expedition sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution to collect specimens for the National Museum in Washington. Indy befriends a Massai boy and learns about the ecology chain from a Massai elder. He helps locate a rare species of antelope that Roosevelt is seeking, but also learns how the enthusiasm for hunting causes the unnecessary slaughter of rare animals.
Personal Details
Seen It Yes
Index 175
Collection Status In Collection
Links IMDB
Product Details
Format DVD
Region Region 1
Nr of Disks/Tapes 1