I'm editing the Young Indy movies with Harrison Ford bookends and John Williams music

imgaming117

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Thanks for these! Is it right that Peacock’s Eye is the closest in feel to the films?
I think that's probably about right. Peacock's Eye has adventure and traveling to different places. Still very different from the films, but probably the closest. Phantom Train of Doom matches level of adventure, Masks of Evil matches the level of supernatural type stuff. The Young Indy series has sprinkles of the films in it
 

00Kevin IndianaJonesNerd

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I re edited the classic young indy adventure trenches of hell with a Harrison Ford opening scene and music by John Williams! Finally got around to my 5th edit after a few weeks. Enjoy!
 

00Kevin IndianaJonesNerd

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I've updated my Young Indy ToH edit. As you all know I edited Trenches of Hell to feel more like an Indiana Jones film by adding snippets of music by John Williams and from The Great Escape, plus an intro scene with Harrison Ford. It's a fun watch, my favorite part is the climactic bike/train chase scene rescored with John Williams Desert Chase music. The only change made to this version is that I've replace my voiceover with Indy saying "I've had worse" during the Intro transition. Let me know which version you prefer. Enjoy!

 

00Kevin IndianaJonesNerd

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Indiana Jones Meets Dracula! The wait is over for my 6th Indiana Jones Fan Edit, featuring music by John Williams, Johann Sebastian Bach, and Wojciech Kilar. Also an Intro scene with Harrison Ford, with updated special effects from 2021's Temple of Doom 4k release. Be sure to like and subscribe! Enjoy!

 

00Kevin IndianaJonesNerd

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The 7th Indiana Jones Nerd edit is out! This Young Indiana Jones movie focuses on the aerial battles of ww1. Attack of the Hawkmen now has been updated with music snippets by John Williams and an opening scene with Harrison Ford and Sean Connery! Enjoy!
 

00Kevin IndianaJonesNerd

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Here it is! One of Indy's greatest High Adventure films has now received the Nerd treatment with a brief intro with Harrison Ford and a ton of John Williams music inserted! really fun moments elevated by Williams music including travel mishaps, train sequence, balloon sequence. Check it out!
 
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