Production info

Queen of Denial
USA, 2000  TV  

TV-series The Wild Thornberrys

Directed by Frank Marino

  

The Thornberrys are in Egypt to film the elusive Caracal cat. While Marianne and Nigel go off on a camel to film Eliza, Tyler and Darwin go exploring. While wandering through the desert they fall into an ancient burial chamber. Eliza and Tyler will have to work together to avoid the booby traps that have been set to discourage grave robbers. Meanwhile Debbie is convinced she is a descendant of Cleopatra. (source: IMDb)

Episode 63 of the animated tv-series The Wild Thornberrys, which ran for 4 seasons between 1998 and 2004. The series follows the adventures of a fictional wildlife-documentary-making family, the Thornberrys, and particularly of Eliza Thornberry, who can talk to animals.


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