The Young Indiana Jones Character Analysis

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The movie “The Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues” was created on March 13, 1933. The movie is set in the Roaring twenties and in 1950. There are many main characters in this movie. Some of the main characters are Young Indiana Jones, Old Indiana Jones, Al Capone, Sidney Bechet, Ernest Hemingway and Eliot Ness. Young Indiana Jones was played by Sean Patrick Flanery. Young Indiana Jones is one of the most important characters in the movie. He found a saxophone that he loves to play, however, some people say he is not very good. Even though Indiana Jones is told to stop playing, he continues to play and follow his dreams. He eventually learns how to play Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. Old Indiana Jones is played by Harrison Ford. Old Indiana Jones only appears twice in the movie. He appears at the beginning and the end. Indiana Jones at the age of 50 gives us an insight about the saxophone and how important it is to him. Al Capone is played by Nicholas Turturro. Al Capone is an important gangster in the movie. He is very important to the plot of the movie. Sidney Bechet was played by Jeffrey…show more content…
This time period was also known as the Jazz Age. During the Roaring Twenties, several industries had boomed. Jazz music was a very popular type of music during these years. People also created the Charleston which was danced to jazz music. Women also gained many more rights. They were able to start wearing what they wanted to and they also gained the right to vote. Women became known as Flappers. Flappers were women who enjoyed themselves and changed the standards for women by what they wore. There was a major cultural change in America during this time. Many businesses grew. Alcohol was banned for a period of time, however people still illegally sold it. The Roaring Twenties came to an end when the stock market crashed leading to the Great

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