Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones Jr., born on July 1, 1899, led a colorful life full of action, adventure, romance, intrepid archaeological reconnaissance, and perhaps most importantly, avoiding nuclear explosions in refrigerators. The irascible Jones fought in both world wars, battled Nazis, aliens, snakes, rats, and cults, and playfully bickered with every member of his family and friend circle.
It's time to break down all the highlights of this one-of-a-kind adventurer's explorations across his films and TV series, taking him from childhood to old age.
- Photo: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade / Paramount Pictures
- Photo: The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles / ABC
1920: Indy Learns About Jazz From Pioneering Soloist Sidney BechetPhoto: The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles / ABC
- Photo: Raiders of the Lost Ark / Paramount Pictures