Production info

Les Douze Traveaux d'Astérix
France, 1975  TV  

Directed by René Goscinny, Albert Uderzo


This is the year 50 before JC. Gaul (modern France) is occupied by the Romans. All of Gaul? No! A little village populated by some irreducible Gauls manages to resist again and again to the invader. This situation obviously gets on Caesar's nerves, who starts to believe these Gauls might be gods. To have proof of this, he sets them 12 works. Astérix and Obélix are chosen as representatives of the village to take up the challenge.

Animated adventure of the gaul Astérix has a little but lovely scene involving a hypnotizing Egyptian magician as one of the twelve tasks.

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