Since Disney finally confirmed that it'll take over responsibility for future projects involving Indiana Jones, talk of Indiana Jones: The Animated Adventures as a potential TV series, has really heated up, and that's where Lucasfilm Animation Studios comes in. I'm still in favor of both Paul Dini and Larry Hama as head writers, Greg Weisman as a production director, Frank Marshall as executive producer, using John Williams' "Raider's March" as the show's main title theme, Carl Johnson and Steve Bernstein handling the music score, both Steven Spielberg and George Lucas receiving screen credit as creators, Patrick Schoenmaker handling character and background designs as well as serving as associate producer and veteran Disney voice director Ginny McSwain directing the voice-over talent that includes Jeff Bennett as Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones Jr., Alan Rachins as Prof. Henry Jones Sr., David Hyde Pierce as Marcus Brody, Grey DeLisle as Marian Ravenwood, Cameron Boyce as Short Round and Scott Rummell as the narrator. Personally, now that Disney is in control of Indiana Jones, I think it should start with an animated TV movie pilot, prior to going to series production, while still planning Indy's next live-action feature film. At the same time, I can see a number of potential animated made-for-TV movie working titles, such as Indiana Jones and the Treasure of the Aztecs, Indiana Jones and the Scepter of the Amazon, Indiana Jones and the Jewel of the Capricorn, etc. This is definitely something that Disney needs to get on, right away, because it has the potential of being a major player in terms of producing animated and live-action adventure films and TV programs in the 2010's.
Originally Posted by Den-Of-Earth
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