Production info

Het Zingende Nijlpaard
Belgium, 1991  TV  

TV-series Suske en Wiske

Prinses Banylon, the daughter of pharaoh Tutankoffi, has been turned into a singing hippo by a sphinx. It appears the spell can only be undone by another singing hippo, which can can only be found by means of a golden trumpet. Our heroes Willy and Wanda set about solving this problem together with Aunt Sidonia, Lambik and Jerom.

Episode from the Belgian animated series "Suske and Wiske", based on the in northern Europe very successful Suske and Wiske comics series created by Willy Vandersteen. The series focuses on the adventures of Suske and Wiske, who are known as Bob et Bobette in French and Willy and Wanda in English (later renamed Spike and Suzy).

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