Synopsis by Hal Erickson
A genial spoof of the Indiana Jones film series, the weekly British children's program Jackson Pace: The Great Years focused on a teenaged explorer-adventurer. Keith Allen starred as Jackson Pace, whose exploits took him all over the world and brought him in contact with a colorful array of beautiful ladies and sinister villains. Nothing, of course, was meant to be taken seriously -- nor could it have been, given the series' meager budget and modest production values. Written by veteran teen-show scrivener Daniel Peacock (who also played a key supporting role), Jackson Pace: The Great Years was originally telecast from October 11 to November 15, 1990.