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Indiana Jones the Complete Adventure Collection Is Coming to Netflix in January

Indiana Jones is making his way to Netflix. The streaming service has announced what subscribers can come to enjoy in the new year and, as part of their offerings, they've revealed that one of Harrison Ford's most iconic characters is going to bring his brand of adventure to the streaming world via what Netflix has called Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventure Collection. This could wind up being the perfect New Year's Day binge watching treat.

The announcement was made in a video published by Netflix showcasing what's heading to the service in January. One of the first titles they revealed is Indiana Jones: The Complete Adventure Collection, accompanied by clips from the various big screen adventures of the fedora rocking hero. Unfortunately, for the time being, it isn't crystal clear what all this includes. We know for sure we'll be getting Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones & the Temple of Doom,
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5 Reasons Why No One Besides Harrison Ford Will Play Indiana Jones

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There are few film characters who are so closely identified with a single actor as Indiana Jones is with Harrison Ford. It’s hard to imagine someone else wearing the fedora. Could anyone else play the role as well as Ford? We’ll probably never know, because the part is unlikely to ever be recast. Here are 5 reasons why no one else will pick up the whip other than Ford.

Although there were rumors a few years ago about recasting the role of Dr. Henry “Indiana” Jones with a new, younger actor like Chris Pratt or Bradley Cooper, the odds are that we will not see anyone else playing this character (at least, not for a long, long time.) Here are the reasons why…

They Tried To Recast Indy On the TV Series and It Didn’t Work: In the 1992-93 television series The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles, three different actors played Jones.
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9 Other Actors Who Have Replaced Harrison Ford in Blockbuster Roles (Photos)

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9 Other Actors Who Have Replaced Harrison Ford in Blockbuster Roles (Photos)
River Phoenix (“Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade”) The late actor played a younger version of Indiana Jones in the opening sequence of 1989’s “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.” Sean Patrick Flanery (“The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles”) Flanery starred as the young Indiana Jones in the TV series that ran from 1992 to 1993, as well as several TV movies such as “The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Hollywood Follies” (1994). Corey Carrier (“The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles”) Carrier played an even younger Indiana Jones in the “Young Indiana Jones Chronicles,” playing the 8-to 10-year-old version of the adventurer. He also played Indy in.
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5 Reasons Why Young Indiana Jones Is Actually Not As Bad As You Think

We’re all familiar with Indiana Jones. We all know his unique appearance of leather jacket, fedora and bullwhip; his incredible adventures through the world; and his iconic position as one of the greatest film characters of all time. We’ve seen him battle the Nazi’s in the deserts of Cairo, rescue enslaved children from the depths of India and search ancient ruins for the cup of Christ. And battle the Nazi’s in the desert again for good measure. And evade a giant boulder, let’s not forget that one. Oh and he hates snakes. And did I mention he has a fedora? Yes I did.

The character that Harrison Ford portrayed flawlessly is known and loved by all. The production values of George Lucas, coupled with the brilliant direction of Steven Spielberg, meant that when Indiana Jones first hit the screens in 1981 he was an instant hit.
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Hot Rods & Droids: A George Lucas Profile (Part 4)

Trevor Hogg profiles the career of legendary filmmaker George Lucas in the fourth of a six part feature... read parts one, two and three.

For over a decade filmmaker George Lucas had been developing a project which was a gender reversal of the Biblical story about Moses being hidden as a baby in the bulrushes. When asked to describe Willow (1988), Lucas called it “an adventure fantasy that takes place a long time ago in a mythical land.” Cast as the title character who becomes the guardian and defender of the wayward baby from an evil sorceress was Warwick Davis who made a name for himself playing the Ewok known as Wicket. “I was on holiday in southwest England when I got a call from George to come to Elstree – one of the major British studios – and audition for the part,” remembers Davis. “Actually, I did four auditions altogether; three in England and one in America.
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My Movie Crush: 'Young Indiana Jones Chronicles'' Sean Patrick Flanery

My Movie Crush: 'Young Indiana Jones Chronicles'' Sean Patrick Flanery
Like most of us geek folk, I've always harbored an intense crush on the dashing archeologist-adventurer Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones, Jr., played famously on the silver screen by the dashing Harrison Ford. Through Indiana Jones's three classic major motion pictures, I lusted after (and envied) the scruffy, rough-and-tumble hero (not so much in the lame 2008 sequel, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull as he adventured to exotic locales, rescued Indian slave children, slept with hot Nazi women, and cracked his whip all over the globe. But manly and heroic as the adult Indy was, his younger self made my young pulse race in an entirely different way. And so, this week's Movie Crush is dedicated not to the hunky Harrison Ford but to his blue-eyed teen counterpart: Sean Patrick Flanery.

"The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles," conceived by creator George Lucas as a companion series aimed at younger Indy fans, ran from
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