From Davis DVD: George Lucas may have put the brakes temporarily on Indy 4, but work seems to be full steam ahead on The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles DVDs. The series, which ran on ABC during the 1992-1993 season, managed to churn out 44 hour-long episodes that were presented in 22 two-part adventures (a number of them actually went unaired). Unfortunately, many viewers who expected the action and adventure of the feature films were disappointed with the slower pace and the history lessons the series had to offer. Nevertheless, I thought it was a quality show. An article in this past Sunday's Akron Beacon Journal reveals that Lucasfilm is also dead-serious about producing a quality DVD box set. Dave Baker, director of archives of the History of American Psychology at the University of Akron, was flown out to Skywalker Ranch to be interviewed for a featurette that will accompany the episode "The Perils of Cupid" (which featured Indy meeting Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung and Alfred Adler). According to Baker, the Young Indy set is an ambitious project with almost 50-100 episodic featurettes in the works.