Young Indiana Jones Trading Cards
This is a list of what is on the back of the Young Indiana Jones Trading Cards.
The 114 card set had 95 story cards, 10 3-D cards, 8 hidden treasure cards, and
a 3-D viewer. There was also a counter box where the picture above is from.
Curse of the Jackal [part 1]
- Young Indy prepares to travel with his family. England is their first
stop. Indy's father has a surprise waiting for him there - Miss Helen
Seymour, tutor supreme.
- Sitting at the Captain's table with a bunch of seasick people, Indy
proceeds to inform them, in gory detail, about how ancient Egyptians
turned the dead into mummies.
- In Egypt, Indy, Helen, and a camel driver head for the pyramids. The
camel driver rides off with the camels, leaving Helen and Indy stranded.
A distant figure approaches on bicycle. It is T.E. Lawrence!
- On his first archaeological dig, Indy meets Rashid Sallam in the
Valley of the Kings. Bassam Ghaly has been frightening the workers
with stories of the tomb's curse.
- Pierre photographs clay seals from the 18th dynasty. While showing
the artifacts to Indy, Howard Carter is astonished as Indy deciphers
hieroglyphics: Ankh, Wedja, Seneb - Life, Prosperity, Health.
- Indy and the others enter Kha's tomb and step down to a dark
tunnel. As they go into the chamber, the room looks completely
burnt-out. They lift the coffin to find Kha's mummy but no artifacts!
- Ned, Indy, and Helen discover a life-sized painted wooden bust of
Kha. Ned examines the hieroglyphics that indicate Kha was wearing a
precious headpiece adorned with the sacred Jackal with eyes of fire.
- Indy stands as lookout while Ned searches Pierre's tent for clues
to Rashid's murder. Indy follows Pierre to the tomb. He stands frozen
and screams as the mummy crashes on top of him.
- Pierre denies killing Rashid. Indy discovers a dynamite plunger
covered in dried blood. All fingers point to Demetrios who has vanished.
Ned hops on his bike to chase after him.
- Thomas Edward Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) organized the Arab
revolt that ended Turkish rule over Arabia. His military intelligence
was some of the most remarkable in the history of the British army.
Curse of the Jackal [part 2]
- In 1916, Indy and his cousin Frank decide to hitch a ride to Mexico.
While they are in the border town of Columbus, New Mexico a gang of
horsemen ride in and blown up the bank shouting
"Viva Villa! Viva Mexico!"
- Indy takes off after a Villista who has stolen dresses from a dress
shop. After pulling one free and chasing the Villista across Mexican border,
Indy is surrounded by a circle of mounted Villistas.
- Indy is tied up with two other prisoners, a Mexican banker and a
Federal Colonel. As they face the firing party,
Indy prepares for death, but Pancho Villa orders the shooting to be stopped.
- Jose and Remy explain to Indy why they joined the Mexican Revolution.
Pancho Villa states they are fighting for a man's right to own a piece
of land and then tells Indy to go home to his fat, rich country.
- Indy joins the Mexican Revolution. As he helps Remy and Jose unload
machine guns, he sees Cardenas and the man with a steel claw. Indy
recognizes Claw - he is Demetrios, the man who killed Rashid and stole
the Jackal's head in Egypt.
- Indy, Remy, and Jose sit in the back of the bar as U.S. Lieutenant
George S. Patton walks in and makes a toast to the U.S.A. Cardenas and
two Villistas draw their guns and are killed in a shoot-out.
- Lieutenant Patton drives into the army camp and joins General Pershing
and his troops. There is word out that Villa plans to attack Ciudad Guerrero.
- Villistas load explosives onto the railroad car. Pancho Villa tells
Remy when to light the fuse as Jose switches the track to send the
railroad car crashing into the wall of Ciudad Guerrero.
- Jose sneaks through the crowd in Ciudad Guerrero. He is shot and
collapses over the switch. Indy races over just in time to pull the
switch and send the railroad car crashing through the wall with a
- Indy is paralyzed by shock as he finds himself face-to-face with
a Federal Captain. Indy shoots on instinct, hitting the Captain's
shoulder. When Indy apologizes the Captain punches Indy in the mouth.
Remy shoots the Captain and saves Indy's life.
- The Villistas retreat and camp in the desert. Later, they raid a
poor pueblo and steal an old man's chickens. The old man tells Indy
that his chickens are taken in each revolution.
- Indy sneaks into Claw's hacienda and finds the Jackal. Suddenly,
the claw smashes into the woodwork above Indy's head. Indy grabs a
whip and he and Claw fight for the Jackal.
- During their fight, Claw crashes through a trap door and falls to
the cellar floor. Flames spread and there is a huge explosion. Indy
rescues the Jackal to put it in the museum where it belongs.
- Francisco Villa, better known as Pancho Villa, was a Mexican revolutionist.
In 1910, he joined Madero in revolution against Diaz. Throughout the
Mexican Revolution, he was the irrepressible leader of the rebels.
- Indy and his friend Remy arrive in London after participating
in the Mexican Revolution. With only a few minor complications
"Henri Defense" and Remy enlist in the Belgian Army.
- Indy boards the double-decker bus. Vicky invites him to a
meeting of Suffragettes (people who advocated voting rights
for women). With a zeppelin overhead, Indy unknowingly hides
under the petrol tank!
- Seeking safety from the zeppelin, Vicky drags Indy to a doorway.
As the bomb explodes the blast knocks Indy and Vicky off their feet
and they land in each others arms.
- Indy enters the Suffragette meeting and spots Vicky. She sees
and ignores his approach. Indy suddenly stands up and voices his
opinion on behalf of the Suffragettes.
- Indy and Vicky visit Helen, Indy's tutor, in Oxford. They
meet Winston Churchill. Vicky and Churchill get into a heated
discussion that results in a glob of trifle being splattered
on his head!
- Indy and Vicky hire bikes in Oxford. As they are riding Vicky
gives a "conducted tour". They pass by University College,
which Vicky's father attended, and then have a romantic picnic.
- Indy, suited in his Belgian uniform at Victoria Station,
says his farewell to Helen before he leaves for training
in Le Havre. They exchange hugs, and Indy joins the rest of
- Indy meets up with Remy and his new bride, Suzzette, and
her flock of children. Remy picks up the children in turn
to hug and kiss them. He and Indy say goodbye and board the train.
- Indy is about to board the train when he sees Vicky. The train
begins to move, and Indy catches Remy's outstretched hand to
be hauled aboard. Glancing back, he sees Vicky still gazing at him.
- In 1940, during World War II, Winston Churchill succeeded
Neville Chamberlain as prime minister of England. Churchill
was a noted author and in 1953 received the Nobel Prize for Literature.
British East Africa 1909
- Richard Medlicot, one of Professor Jones' friends points out
the sights of British East Africa as they ride on the special
seats mounted to the front of the train.
- A wagon pulls Helen, Anna and Professor Jones while Indy and
Richard ride on horseback. They arrive at Roosevelt's main camp,
overlooking the bush and grasslands.
- Indy stands in awe as Theodore Roosevelt rides in on horseback
and has a heroic picture taken by his son Kermit and his friend
- Indy meets Mr Heller, a taxidermist from the Smithsonian
Institution. Richard calls Indy to inform him that Theodore
Roosevelt and the other men have returned from hunting.
- Indy shows Roosevelt a drawing of the root-melon that is
eaten by Burton's Fringed-Eared Oryx and explains why the oryx
is no longer living within the territory. After Indy is
frightened by a lion, Roosevelt teaches him how to fire a gun.
- Indy watches the Masai kraal far below. He sees a Masai boy and
tries to introduce himself. The Masai men call to the boy, Meto,
to bring in the goats. Indy decides to follow.
- Indy's lesson includes the topic of antelopes. He sketches the
Burton's Fringed-Eared Oryx in his notebook and vows to find it
with the binoculars Roosevelt gave him.
- Meto takes off for the plains with Indy running close by.
They come to a water hole and stare at the masses of zebras and
gazelles and the thousands of birds.
- Indy and Roosevelt play checkers outside near the fire. They
discuss the mystery of why the Burton's Fringed-Eared Oryx is
missing. Indy promises to find them.
- Meto saves Indy from a slithering snake. An old woman leads
them to Laibon. The wise man tells them that if they find the
root-melon, they will find the Burton's Fringed-Eared Oryx.
- Indy is totally lost in the bush. A large Askari rescues him
and takes him back to camp. Indy's parents are very angry with
him but are glad he is alive.
- Meto takes Indy to the root-melon. They watch as the oryxes
emerge from the bush to eat the melon. Indy explains to
Roosevelt the theory of the melon and how he and Meto found the
Burton's Fringed-Eared Oryx.
- Indy, Meto, Roosevelt, and the others saddle up and head for
the Burton's Fringed-Eared Oryx grazing area. Three oryxes are
shot, and Indy refuses to let Roosevelt shoot any more.
- It is time for Indy to leave British East Africa. He places
his binoculars around Meto's neck. Meto then takes out his
flute and hands it to Indy.
- Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States,
was an advocate for administrative, political and social reforms.
In 1905, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
- General Charles Mangin toasts to General Robert Nivelle's
appointment as Commander of the French 2nd Army.
- General Joffre has no objections to the attack on Fort
Douamont, but General Petain protests it. He reminds the
generals that an attack of this magnitude needs to be
planned down to the last detail.
- Major Marat asks the sergeant to choose the fastest Belgian
courier to deliver the official cache. Indy is picked and rides
like the wind to battalion headquarters.
- Indy spins through to find Colonel Barc. The Colonel tells
Indy to take the orders to Major Gaston. Gaston prepares his men
for the attack.
- The French soldiers charge across the battlefield. Shells
explode turning the ground into crater holes. Indy runs
through rounds of machine gun fire to rescue one of the
- Indy returns from his assignment to join the other
couriers for dinner. They do not know why they are fighting,
but they conclude it is to protect Serbia, a tiny country
that no one has ever heard of.
- Indy writes to Ned concerning his war thoughts. He cannot
sleep. The next day, Indy finds Remy at the hospital, where he
is recovering from battle wounds.
- Sergeant Jean DeMille explains the basic 105-millimeter
field gun to Indy. It fires only a 35-pound shell. He next
explains the Rimailho 155-millimeter howitzer but states that
nothing compares to Big Bertha.
- Indy is sent to spy on the Germans. He reports back that
the Germans are bringing up two Big Berthas. General Nivelle
believes this is inconceivable.
- Indy falls in line with the infantrymen to say goodbye
to Remy. Indy sets off to do his little contribution for the war.
On his way to receive his orders, he stuffs the document in
the gas tank. The motorcycle explodes like a fireball.
- During World War I, Petain drove the Germans out of Verdun,
France. He was appointed Chief of the General Staff of the army
and then Commander-in-Chief of the French armies, both in 1917.
- Young Indy and his mother travel in one rickshaw while
Helen and Li, their guide, travel in another. They set off
to see the sights of China.
- Young Indy stands in front of the Great Wall of China.
The wall extends 3000 miles. Helen explains that earlier
parts were built as fortifications and watchtowers.
- Young Indy grabs Li and points to the man who followed
them on the train, on the boat, and now to the inn. The
man vanishes before Li can spot him.
- Young Indy climbs the steps of the Big Goose Pagoda, built
in A.D. 652. He complains to his mother that his head hurts.
- Indy and the others stare at the Meng Jiang Temple,
overlooking the sea where the Great Wall merges into a rocky
- Young Indy is very sick and stays with Mai-Ling and
her family. Mai-Ling picks up leaves and herbs along the
muddy roadside with her grandmother.
- Helen leaves with Ah Pin to find the American doctor
at the Mission. Li stays behind with Indy and his mother.
- Helen and Ah Pin return with Dr. Morton, who explains
that the Chinese doctor, Dr. Wen Ch-iu, has some remarkable
successes with typhoid. After undergoing acupuncture, Indy
German East Africa 1916
- Indy and his Askari troops swarm from the trenches
toward the German opposition. The Germans uncover a
machine gun and open fire.
- General Boucher orders the troops to retreat. Indy sees
the machine gun jam, disobeys the retreat orders and charges
forward. Indy is shot but continues to fight leading the
- The Askari troops celebrate their victory over the
Germans. They call Indy "little god" because
they think he came back to life after he was shot. Indy
shows the locket that was struck by the bullet.
- Colonel Mathieu, Major Boucher, newly promoted Captain
Henri Defense (Indy) and Remy discuss plans to retrieve their
weapons shipment from France. The troops set out to journey
across the Congo.
- As the expedition proceeds through the Congo, the men are
beaten by the sun and tormented by insects. While they hike
through the treacherous jungle one of the Africans collapses
on the trail.
- The troops come upon a Ubangi village. It is unusually
quiet. There is a vile odor that gets stronger as they approach.
The entire village, except for one little boy, has been wiped
out by smallpox.
- Boucher refuses to take the young boy along. Remy later
finds that Barthelemy has hiding the little boy. Boucher
then threatens to shoot Barthelemy, so Indy pulls a gun
- It is Christmas Eve and the rain falls in solid sheets.
La Fleur, the troops' doctor, becomes very ill. He dies the
next day, and they bury him with a half-dozen other bodies.
- Boucher falls to the ground doubled over. He is
shivering and wheezing. Indy is now in charge and
decides to hire a boat to Port Gentil where the weapons
- Separatist rebels open fire at Indy and the troops.
Barthelemy is shot, and the boat heads hopelessly toward
the shore. The little boy spins the wheel, directing the boat
safely down the river.
- The boat makes it to Port Gentil and the French garrison.
Indy is responsible for a successful mission. Barthelemy dies
in military hospital. Indy names the boy Barthelemy after his friend.
- At the age of 30, Schweitzer decided to change his career
from theology to medicine. In Africa, he treated 2000 native
patients in nine months before being deported to Europe. He
was awarded the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize.
- Indy is determined to get the guns back to East Africa. If
Remy refuses to go, Indy will consider it an act of desertion.
Remy decides to go and gives Indy a "Belgian Salute" - a
slug in the mouth that knocks him off his feet.
- The crates of weapons and ammunition are secured on the boat.
Remy, in a rage of madness, suddenly opens fire into the
surrounding jungle. Indy is nearly unconscious at the helm.
- Indy opens his eyes and thinks Germans are creeping onto
the boat. He grabs the detonator to blow up the boat, but the
"German" (Joseph) severs the dynamite wire. As Indy
grabs a rifle, Joseph knocks him unconscious.
- Indy screams in his delirium as he is hoisted into the air.
The natives carry Indy off the boat, followed by more natives
carrying Remy and the Askari men.
- The German holds a glass of water and makes Indy take a pill.
He says if he had wanted Indy dead, he would have left him on
the boat to die.
- Indy stumbles out to the boat to fix the severed dynamite
wires. He sees the German and quickly grabs the rifle. The
German introduces himself as Albert. He says that he is
concerned only with Indy's health.
- Indy is huddled in a corner with his rifle and awakens
to a clanking sound. It is Helene, Albert's wife. She has
brought Indy a tea tray.
- Joseph throws his hands up in mock terror. He gives Indy
a pill and helps him to his feet. Joseph explains that the
droves of natives pour in to see Oganga - Dr. Albert Schweitzer.
- Indy seeks out the rest of his crew. He finds Zimu, who
is feeling much better, eating breakfast. Schweitzer takes
Indy to Remy, who lost two toes because of the jiggers.
- Schweitzer sits at the piano and explains that Bach's
music is transcendent. Indy joins Schweitzer for a ragtime
rendition of "Chopsticks."
- Three natives arrive in a dugout canoe. They breathlessly
explain that they need Oganga. They are from the Pahouin tribe,
and their chief's son is dying.
- Indy and Joseph hold down the sick man as Schweitzer injects
him. Schweitzer performs surgery for a strangulated hernia. The
patient is going to live.
- The villagers send Indy and Schweitzer off with a gift of
goats and food. Schweitzer discusses the subjects of moral
choices and Reverence of Life with Indy.
- The French soldiers have orders to remove Schweitzer from
French territory. Indy tries to appeal the decision to
- Indy and Remy fight the crowd to say goodbye to Schweitzer
and Helene. Schweitzer reminds Indy of how they used Indy's
boat, the promise of death, and subverted that promise to
save a life.
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