Production info

Pyramid-Life Crisis
USA, 2018  TV  

TV-series Legend of the Three Caballeros

Directed by Matt Danner, Greg Franklin


The Caballeros follow the evil sorcerer Felldrake to a pyramid in Egypt, where he intends to use the pyramids, which were actually giant rocketships built by space mummies, to travel to the Moon and take over the Egyptians' giant robot army stationed there.

Episode 3 of the Disney animated television series "Legend of the Three Caballeros" based on the 1944 animated Disney film by the same name that features the characters Donald Duck, José Carioca and Panchito Pistoles. The series ran for only one season with 13 episodes.

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