In French espionage in Istanbul, Indy falls for an American teacher and uncovers a Turkish plot to kill all French agents; in Transylvania, Indy must defeat the evil Vlad.
At the Paris Peace Conference following World War I, Indy helps Vietnamese waiter Ho Chi Minh (Alec Mapa) speak on behalf of his people.
Indy's Belgian army unit goes to face fortified German positions in the Battle of the Somme; in Germany, Indy discusses tactics with fellow prisoner Capt. Charles de Gaulle.
In French espionage in Istanbul, Indy falls for an American teacher and uncovers a Turkish plot to kill all French agents.
Seduced by Mata Hari in 1916 Paris, Indy learns about self-deception. Directed by Nicolas Roeg.
In 1910 India, Krishnamurti instructs Indy on the world's religions.
In 1910 Peking, an acupuncturist treats Indy for typhoid fever.
In 1908 Paris, Indy and student Norman Rockwell get caught in Edgar Degas' scheme to prove a point to brash young Pablo Picasso.
In 1916, Irish revolutionary Sean Lemass and playwright Sean O'Casey involve Indy in the Easter Rebellion.
Indy and a friend infiltrate German lines in 1916 to locate a hidden cannon devastating the British.
As a spy in Italy, smitten Indy asks ambulance driver Ernest Hemingway's advice on how to woo a local girl.
In 1908 Vienna, Indy falls for Archduke Ferdinand's daughter; barred from seeing her, he consults Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung and Alfred Adler.
During college break in 1920, Indy and George Gershwin (Tom Beckett) are entranced by New York City.
As a French agent in 1917 trying to impede Lenin, Indy befriends Bolsheviks and becomes sympathetic to the cause.
Indy (Sean Patrick Flanery) and his girlfriend get entangled in the theft of some of Thomas Edison's plans and a scientist's kidnapping.
Snowbound in a Wyoming cabin, 50-year-old Indy (Harrison Ford) recalls 1920s Chicago jazz and a murder he helped Eliot Ness and Ernest Hemingway investigate.
Posing as part of a Russian ballet troupe, Indy tries to encourage Spanish officials to join the Allies. Directed by Terry Jones.
In Germany, Indy discusses tactics with fellow prisoner Capt. Charles de Gaulle (Herve Pauchon).
Indy's Belgian Army unit goes to face fortified German positions in the Battle of the Somme.
As a French spy in World War I Vienna, Indy tries to induce Emperor Karl to make a separate treaty with the Allies; guest Christopher Lee.
Indy (Sean Patrick Flanery) and his decimated platoon happen upon Albert Schweitzer's hospital in the African jungle.
Indy (Sean Patrick Flanery) encounters a boy whose African village was wiped out by malaria.
As a courier during World War I, Indy (Sean Patrick Flanery) experiences trench warfare.
In 1909 Indy helps Teddy Roosevelt collect specimens for the Smithsonian.
In 1916 London, Indy (Sean Patrick Flanery) falls for a suffragette (Elizabeth Hurley).
Indy and his girlfriend get entangled in the theft of some of Thomas Edison's plans and a scientist's kidnapping.
Indy and his family travel to Morocco, where Indy befriends a slave boy.
Indy shares a ghost story from his life with some trick-or-treaters.
Soldiers of the Australian Light Horse Regiment attack the German-held town of Beersheba.
Composer Giacomo Puccini is infatuated with Indy's mother, Anna.
Indy is assigned to the French Foreign Legion, where he tries to uncover a traitor.
Indy goes to the ancient town of Beersheba in disguise.