Production info

The Pharaoh's Curse
ファラオウィルス
Japan, 2002  TV  

TV-series Cyborg 009 (サイボーグ009)

  

Dr. Gilmore, 009, and 003 enjoy the historical landmarks of Egypt when it appears a mysterious illness is spreading that has already claimed many victims. Suspecting a new curse of the pharaoh's they soon discover a terrorist society is behind it all. They hold both the world's deadliest virus and its only known vaccine. Dr. Gilmore contacts the other cyborgs to help stop the terrorists.

Episode 34 from the Japanse anime television series "Cyborg 009" based on a 1960's manga by the same name by Shotaro Ishinomori. It features the adventures of 9 cyborgs who, with the help ofg a scientist, battle the evil forces of the world. A total of 51 episodes were made in 2001 en 2002.


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