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Old 08-10-2013, 07:35 AM   #476
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I just found these on youtube and they are awesome. Thanks!
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Old 10-31-2013, 02:15 PM   #477
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Lightbulb Hallowe'en Bookends

Between handing out candy to the trick-or-treaters tonight, the mood struck me to watch the Transylvania bookends again.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2pBOWzeYsA

This reminded me that I'm still looking for a English broadcast with no foreign subtitles. Anyone reading this who has a UK or Australian recording, please give a shout.

(I also noticed a glaring screw-up with my upload. One of the audio channels for the opening bookend is missing so the sound only comes out of one speaker! Don't know how that happened.)
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Old 11-01-2013, 04:17 PM   #478
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Happy Halloween Stoo !!
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:27 AM   #479
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Hey, Jeremiah. Yeah, you're pretty much right. The chapter itself has been ready since before X-mas but I've been fiddling
with the opening credits and closing bumper to provide something special for Season 2. If it's not up within the next few days
then expect another delay (going to Scotland!) and look for it towards end of the 1st week of Feb.

One cool thing I noticed while putting Part 7 together is an on-screen reference to my favourite band, The Who!

Found this. Artist unknown:


Nice! So cool, thanks for this and thanks for the videos. As someone who never watched the show when it came out and just finished the whole series on DVD, it's nice to see the bookend segments.
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Old 11-04-2013, 09:06 AM   #480
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Nice! So cool, thanks for this and thanks for the videos. As someone who never watched the show when it came out and just finished the whole series on DVD, it's nice to see the bookend segments.
You're welcome, Reaper, and I'm glad that you enjoyed seeing them. Some are essential to get the complete story. Any particular ones you liked the most?

If you think that image is nice, here's a MUCH better one:



P.S. micsteam: Happy Belated Hallowe'en to you, too!
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Old 03-17-2014, 08:32 PM   #481
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Dig Old Indy Chronicles - Part 2 (NEW DETAILS)

When creating a title card for "Part 2", I made an educated guess for the location and chose New York City. As it turns out, the guess was (partially) correct. According to the script for "London, May 1916", the restaurant where he meets up with Old Vicky is in New York City!

The Old Indiana Jones Chronicles - Part 2 (Extended)

Another correct guess was about Indy's lunch partner being an accountant. In the script's list of characters, he is: "Bob Traynor, his accountant".

Best of all is finally being able to know the accountant's indecipherable, whispering words.
Here's what I posted 6 years ago:
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While Indy is trying to listen to "that voice", the accountant is lecturing him about
his "fairy stories". Here's what I could decipher from the whispered portions:

"When the IRS starts making threats, you have to take them seriously!
Now, what they find hard to believe is that you can still manage, at your age,
to rack up the same standard of expenses...(something)...now...(something)
...when you were in your prime!"

Fairy stories + large expenses = Old Indy is still at it!
Here's the dialogue excerpt from the script. (Note the line about archaeology):

Bob Traynor (lowering his voice)
Okay. Right. I know this isn't your favourite subject, but when the I.R.S. starts making threats you have to take them seriously. Archaeology was not a profession they ever fully understood, and I had a hard time explaining your expenses before, but they were obliged to accept them, however eccentric they seemed - and were! What they find hard to believe is that you still manage, at your age, to clock up the same standard of expenses which they had trouble in accepting when you were in your prime. It might help if you would occasionally produce a receipt or a voucher -"


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So what would Old Indy being spending large amounts of unaccountable money on? Weekend getaways with private escorts? What is the old coot up to in his later days?
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Old 04-20-2014, 05:24 PM   #482
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Stoo, I just tried to send you a pm, but was told your inbox is full.
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Old 09-29-2014, 04:06 PM   #483
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Old Indie corresponding Episodes?

I am trying to place these Old Indie bookends with their corresponding episodes, and not all of them are labeled with the episode they were taken from.

Is it just is broadcast order, 1, 2, ... 15.

Or did some episodes in the middle skip having old indy or where they done out of order?
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Old 09-30-2014, 01:28 AM   #484
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I believe they're in order through Part 10, then jump around:

(Season/Episode (S#E#) numbers per http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...les_episode s and month names left out for readability)

Part 1: The Curse of the Jackal, Egypt 1908; Mexico, 1916 (S1E01)
Part 2: London, 1916 (S1E02), British East Africa, 1909 (S1E03); Verdun, 1916 (S1E04)
Part 3: German East Africa, 1916 (S1E05); Congo, 1917 (S1E06)
Part 4: Austria, 1917 (S2E01); Somme, 1916 (S2E02); Germany, 1916 (S3E03)
Part 5: Barcelona, 1917 (S2E04)
Part 6: Chicago, 1920 (S2E05); Princeton, 1916 (S2E06)
Part 7: Petrograd, 1917 (S3E07); New York, 1920 (S2E08)
Part 8: Vienna, 1908 (S2E9); Northern Italy, 1917 (S2E10)
Part 9: Ireland, 1916 (S2E12)
Part 10: Paris, 1908 (S2E13)
Part 11: Benares, 1910 (S3E15)
Part 12: Transylvania, 1918 (S2E22)
Part 13: Paris, 1916 (S2E16)
Part 14: Florence, 1908 (S2E20)
Part 15: Peking, 1910 (S2E14)

Transylvania 1918 (S2E22) moved to "broadcast" on StooTV on Halloween

Peking 1910 (S2E14) moved to "broadcast" on StooTV on Thanksgiving

No bookends for Phantom Train of Doom (S2E11), Istanbul, 1918 (S2E17), Paris, 1919 (S2E18), Prague, 1917 (S2E19), Palestine 1917 (S2E21)
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Old 09-30-2014, 07:16 AM   #485
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Great, thanks a lot.

So for the recompiled release without these bookends that seems to correspond with:

Ch 01: Part 1
Ch 02: Part 2 & Part 10
Ch 03: Part 8 & Part 14
Ch 04: none
Ch 05: Part 11 & Part 15
Ch 06: Part 6 & Part 1
Ch 07: Part 2 & Part 9
Ch 08: Part 4
Ch 09: Part 2 & Part 13
Ch 10: none
Ch 11: Part 3
Ch 12: none
Ch 13: Part 4 & Part 7
Ch 14: Part 5
Ch 15: none
Ch 16: Part 8
Ch 17: Part 12
Ch 18: none
Ch 19: none
Ch 20: Part 6
Ch 21: Part 7
Ch 22: none
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Old 10-28-2014, 05:47 AM   #486
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I believe they're in order through Part 10, then jump around:
Up until Part 11, to be precise, but everything else is spot-on. Nicely done, bud.
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So for the recompiled release without these bookends that seems to correspond with:
Your list is correct. I probably should've presented the uploads differently but, hey, what's Indy without a good puzzle to solve, eh?

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FOR COMPLETISTS:
In 2011, a kind YouTube soul named bestbuyextras221 graciously uploaded the full opening of the Austria bookends because of the missing 15 secs. He even titled it as "Part 4A" to follow my chapters (which was a pretty cool thing to do). So if you want to see every single second, his video is necessary:

The Old Indiana Jones Chronicles - Part 4A - Austria (March 1917)

My favourite thing about those 15 secs is that Old Indy mentions his adventure in the Congo (the week right after that very episode). So those sets of bookends followed each other better than I thought!

Also worth noting is bestbuy's recording of the Florence bookends without subtitles (but in French):
The Old Indiana Jones Chronicles - Part 14A - Florence (May 1908)
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Old 03-31-2016, 11:07 PM   #487
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The Old Indy segments added a somehow deeper beauty to the stories. I also liked seeing Indy in the 1990s. Still causing trouble.
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Old 05-09-2016, 08:48 AM   #488
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Thumbs up Another Cast Member Makes Contact

The guy who played the trick-or-treating, werewolf kid in the "Transylvania" bookends sent me a quick note on YouTube. His name is Darwin Brandis and he's a Canadian from Toronto (just like George Hall was). He had never seen the episode until now!

He also said that the vampire trick-or-treater was, Lee Norris, from the long-running TV series, "One Tree Hill". (By process of elimination, this means that the pumpkin kid was, Grady Bowman, who played 'Fat Boy' in "Forrest Gump".)
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