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Tangiers, July 1909 was an unproduced episode of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles intended for its third season. The subject of the episode would have been slavery, with the theme being "Are We Animals?".

In this episode, while on a trip to visit the Sultan of Morocco so that Henry Jones, Sr. may give him a presentation, the Jones family is at the home of Emily Keene Wazan. There, Indy meets a slave boy named Omar owned by Wazan, who accompanies them on the journey to Fez guided by Walter Harris. Indy would have begun to learn about slavery and was to discuss it with his parents about it. When Indy and Omar sneak off on an adventure in Fez but are kidnapped by slave traders. Harris disguises himself as an Arab to track them down and he locates them at a slave auction in Marrakesh where buys them back. When the family is reunited, Indy realizes that while he may be free, Omar continues to be a slave.

While the material was filmed, the TV show's cancellation meant that it didn't see broadcast until it was later edited together with the "Egypt, May 1908" segment of Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal as part of The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones story My First Adventure. The re-edit moved the Tangiers story into 1908.

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