Production info

6. episode
Norway, 1982

TV-series Brødrene Dal og spektralsteinene

Lars Mjøen, Knut Lystad, Trond Kirkvaag
Directed by Eivind Aaeng, Kalle Fürst


Using the time machine they built, two brothers land in ancient Egypt where they separate to find a special stone.

Episode 6 from the 13-part Norwegian children's tv-series "Brødrene Dal og spektralsteinene" or "The Brothers Dal and the spectral stones". The series features two brothers who assist in an excavation where Professor Slatters tries to find curium 82. In their quest the meet an alien creature who gives the brothers drawings for a time machine, which they construct and use to travel in time.

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