Posted by Ben Friend of Indy from 12-220-64-210.client.insightBB.com (188.8.131.52) on Saturday, February 21, 2004 at 9:08pm :
In Reply to: At the risk of getting flamed... posted by Vogel from cache-ra08.proxy.aol.com (184.108.40.206) on Friday, January 09, 2004 at 2:44am :
Howdy, y'all! Remember me? What's up?
I actually have been getting a bit nostalgic for the YIJC anyway, lately. I'll be glad when they're all released on DVD (this year or next year?). I don't know if they would want a theatrical release for it, but a TV resurrection I would try to watch for SURE. As long as they don't botch it up, I would enjoy a '20's Indy adventure with Flanery. :)
: ...I could see it.... since I'm a fan of the YIJC, I already associate Flanery with Indy whenever I see him. I don't think he's young enough to pull off the 1910's anymore, but definitely some adventures in the mid 1920's would be excellent. I don't think he should get too close to the "Harrison Ford" time era, but if he plays a younger, more naive Indy, I think the audience can suspend their disbelief.
: I know there aren't many other "Young Indy" fans out there.... perhaps if the TV show had been paced like the , it would have been different, and at the same time, it would have lacked the charm. I can't put my finger on it, but I, for one, would be intrigued at the prospect.
: : Hey:
: : I've sort of softened on the YIJC over the last while, perhaps due to advancing age, perhaps not.
: : I thought I'd bring this up again, as it has been hashed out before here...but new hash is good...uh...strike that.
: : Simple question - Would you support new Indiana Jones film projects with Flannery in the title role, possible set during the late 1910's, early 1920's?
: : I actually wouldn't mind seeing it, the more I think about it. Provided Spielberg were involved, and Rick McCallum didn't get his greasy hands anywhere near it.
: : Cheers,
: : Sean
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