Win 'Adventures of Young Indiana Jones, Volume 3'
Excitement and early 20th-century history combine in the action-packed final volume of creator George Lucas’ Emmy® award-winning 'THE ADVENTURES OF YOUNG INDIANA JONES,' coming to DVD April 29th.
In a compilation “like no other DVD collection ever released” (Dallas Morning News), 'THE ADVENTURES OF YOUNG INDIANA JONES: The Years of Change,' provides an engrossing look at history with one of the world’s favorite action heroes as a guide – just in time to prepare fans for the May 22 release of the long-awaited Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.
Presented on 10 jam-packed discs, 'THE ADVENTURES OF YOUNG INDIANA JONES: The Years of Change' offers more than 25 hours of entertainment, including seven feature-length episodes and more than 30 entirely new documentaries exploring the people, places and events Indy encounters in his travels – from the creation of the Middle East to the Broadway boom, the birth of jazz and even the early days of Hollywood.
“This is a different side to Indiana Jones and shows the academic roots behind his affinity for adventure,” said Lucas. “The hero we know as ‘Indiana’ is first and foremost Dr. Jones, a man whose love for history and thirst for knowledge started when he was young, proving that learning about the world can lead to incredible things.”
In THE ADVENTURES OF YOUNG INDIANA JONES: The Years of Change,' Sean Patrick Flanery (Boondock Saints, “The Dead Zone”) stars as Indy, alongside such acclaimed actors as Anne Heche (“Men In Trees”), Jane Krakowski (“30 Rock”) and Jeffrey Wright (Casino Royale).
'THE ADVENTURES OF YOUNG INDIANA JONES: The Years Of Change' is released by Lucasfilm Ltd., CBS Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment. The 10-disc set features a comprehensive assortment of exhaustively researched special features that provide insights into world history.
The acclaimed documentaries were produced over a four-year period by former CBS News producer David Schneider. “It has been an honor to help realize George’s vision for the Young Indy DVDs as an in-depth exploration of history with real-life facts that spark viewers’ curiosity and inspire them to learn even more,” Schneider said. “This set offers more of everything that Indiana Jones fans love: more action, more excitement and more historical information to truly bring the past to life.”
The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones DVD collections have received widespread praise from critics. “Vivid and imaginative” (Baltimore Sun) with “grand content” (Los Angeles Times), each of the three volumes features an unprecedented amount of special features that includes interviews with scholars, historians and luminaries from a wide range of disciplines.
A critically acclaimed combination of adventure, romance and history, The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones was shot in 35 countries and utilized the talents of the industry’s most distinguished actors, directors and writers, earning 12 Emmy Awards and 27 nominations over the course of its run. In addition, The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones was the first television series to use digital production, pioneering processes that would pave the way for Lucas’ own Star Wars prequels.
'THE ADVENTURES OF YOUNG INDIANA JONES' complete three-volume collection contains 22 feature-length movies and 94 documentaries, interactive games developed by River Deep, an interactive timeline produced by Terra Incognita Productions and an historical overview by noted author and University of Texas history professor H.W. Brands.
So, if you would like to win one of these wonderful new DVD box-sets, just answer this easy question: In 'Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom' after the banquet, what does Indiana bring Wilhelmina 'Willie' Scott?!
Send us your answers and if you're correct you'll be in the running to win one of these wonderful new box set DVDs! Just send us an e:mail here before June 1st with your answer and the subject title CONTEST: YOUNG INDIANA JONES DVD BOX-SETs to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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