Production info

Set in Stone
Australia, 2011  TV  

TV-series The DaVincibles

  

After bringing back an ancient statue from his trip to Egypt, Pablo enters it in the school art show as his own creation. When Pablo actually wins first place for his plagiarized art, Quba seeks revenge against Pablo and brings the Egyptian artwork to life using his "Spray Alive." Too bad for the DaVinci's that the artwork just happens to be Set, the Egyptian god of chaos!

Episode from the animated series "The Davincibles" about the comedic exploits of the modern-day DaVinci family as they explore the world for rare artifacts to sell at Uncle Leo's Kurios Kat antique shop. Along the way, they cross paths with the world’s most devious, yet questionably competent, super villains known as The Society of Very Bad Villains.


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