"Peking , March 1910" is the twentieth episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, and the fourteenth episode in season two. The episode originally aired on ABC on June 26, 1993. For home video, it was paired up with "Benares, January 1910" to become the film Journey of Radiance.

Plot summary[edit | edit source]

Opening bookend[edit | edit source]

Old Indy is celebrating Thanksgiving dinner with his grandchildren when one of them, Harry, refuses to even try the cranberry sauce, prompting old Indiana Jones to speak of his childhood experience in China during his father's world lecture tour.

Closing bookend[edit | edit source]

After Jones finishes the story, Annie, another relative, asks what it has to do with cranberry sauce. Not much, Indy's concedes, he then serves his greatgrandson some sauce while telling the boy that h'll probably hate it, just like him.

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Television[edit | edit source]

The broadcast version of "Peking, March 1910" first aired on June 8, 1993 on ABC. However, the story had already been released through the comic adaptation, which came out in January and February 1993.

Home video[edit | edit source]

In 1996, the episode was edited into Journey of Radiance, which was released on DVD in 2007 (as part of The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Volume One, The Early Years).

Adaptation[edit | edit source]

The episode was adapted as Peking, March 1910 (issues #11 and #12) of the comic series of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles.

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