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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George Lucas; Rick McCallum; Carl Schultz; Sean Patrick Flanery; George Hall; Corey Carrier; Margaret Tyzack; Ruth De Sosa; Lloyd Owen; Kevin McNally; Laurence Rosenthal; Lucasfilm, Ltd.; Paramount Pictures Corporation.; CBS DVD (Firm); Paramount Home Entertainment (Firm); et al
|Language Note:||English dialogue, English subtitles; closed-captioned.|
|Notes:||Originally broadcast on television from 1992-1996.
Contains select episodes from the television series.
"Some episodes may be edited from their original network versions."
Special features: Disc 1: Archaeology: unearthing our past; Howard Carter and the Tomb of Tutankhamun; Colonel Lawrence's war: T.E. Lawrence and Arabia; From slavery to freedom ; Disc 3: Theodore Roosevelt and the American century; Ecology: pulse of the planet; American dreams: Norman Rockwell & The Saturday Evening Post; Art rebellion: the making of the modern; Edgar Degas: reluctant rebel; Braque + Picasso: a collaboration ; Disc 5: Giacomo Puccini: music of the heart; It's opera!; The Archduke's last journey: end of an era; Powder keg: Europe 1900 to 1914; Sigmund Freud: exploring the unconscious; Carl Jung and the journey to self discovery; Psychology: charting the human mind ; Disc 6: Seeking truth: the life of Leo Tolstoy; Unquiet voices: Russian writers and the State; Aristotle: creating foundations; Ancient questions: philosophy and our search for meaning ; Disc 7: Jiddu Krishnamurti: the reluctant Messiah; Annie Besant: an unlikely rebel; Medicine in the Middle Kingdom; Eastern spirituality: the road to enlightenment? ; Disc 9: Thomas Edison: lighting up the world; Invention and innovation: what's behind a good idea?; The mystery of Edward Stratemeyer; Wanted-- dead or alive: Pancho Villa and the American invasion of Mexico; General John J. Pershing and his American Army; George S. Patton: American Achilles ; Disc 11: Easter Rising: the Poet's Rebellion; The passion of William Butler Yeats; Sean O'Casey vs. Ireland; Ireland: the power of the poets; Winston Churchill: the lion's roar; Demanding the vote: the Pankhursts and British suffrage; Fighting for the vote: women's suffrage in America ; Disc 12: Interactive timeline; Historical lecture: the promise of progress; Revolution interactive game.
|Credits:||Music, Laurence Rosenthal.|
|Cast:||Sean Patrick Flanery, George Hall, Corey Carrier, Margaret Tyzack, Ruth De Sosa, Lloyd Owen, Kevin McNally.|
|Target Audience:||Not rated.|
|Description:||11 videodiscs (649 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 DVD-ROM (sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.)|
|Details:||DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital stereo, NTSC.; DVD-ROM minimum system requirements: Microsoft Windows 2000 (SP1) with a Pentium 4 or compatible CPU, 1 GB RAM, 150 MB available hard drive space, a video card with 64 MB RAM, 16 bit sound card and a DVD-ROM drive. Macintosh requirements: OS X Version 10.3.9+, G4, 1 GB RAM and 150 MB available hard drive space.|
|Contents:||Disc 1 (Chapter 1: Egypt 1908): My first adventure ; Special features --
Disc 2 (Chapter 2: Paris-Kenya 1908-1909): Passion for life --
Disc 3: Passion for life special features --
Disc 4 (Chapter 3: Florence-Vienna 1908): The perils of Cupid --
Disc 5: The perils of Cupid special features --
Disc 6 (Chapter 4: Russia-Greece 1910): Travels with father ; Special features --
Disc 7 (Chapter 5: India-China 1910): Journey of radiance ; Special features --
Disc 8 (Chapter 6: Princeton-Mexico 1916): Spring break adventure --
Disc 9: Spring break adventure special features --
Disc 10 (Chapter 7: Ireland-England 1916): Love's sweet song --
Disc 11: Love's sweet song special features --
Disc 12: Interactive bonus disc.
|Other Titles:||Young Indiana Jones chronicles
Young Indiana Jones chronicles (Television program)
|Responsibility:||Lucasfilm Ltd. ; Paramount Pictures ; executive producer, George Lucas ; produced by Rick McCallum ; written by George Lucas ... [et al.] ; directed by Carl Schultz ... [et al.].|