George Lucas wrote an extensive timeline, detailing the life of Indiana Jones, assembling the elements for about seventy episodes of this show, starting in 1905, and leading all the way up to the theatrical movies. Each outline, included the place, date, and the historical people Indy would meet in that episode, and would then be turned over to one the the series writers. When the series came to an end, twenty-eight of the seventy stories had been filmed.
My poor Suzette! She will never see me again!
In close up shots of 9-year-old Henry Jr., you can clearly see that his actor, Corey Carrier, has deep brown eyes instead of Harrison Ford's trademark greenish-hazel eyes, or Sean Patrick Flannery's bright blue eyes.
For the DVD box set release of the series, the framing sequences (starring George Hall as the extremely aged present day Indiana Jones) were removed and the title and credits changed to "The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones".