Production info

Power of the Pharaoh
Canada/France/USA, 2004

TV-series Atomic Betty

Directed by Ridd Sorensen, Virginie Jallot

The mother ship of the Ancient Pharotines, the alien race that built the Egyptian pyramids, has been discovered and now their secret may fall in the hands of the evil overlord Maximus. Betty follows Maximus to the ship, where they must battle booby traps, alien mummies and an enormous pharaoh.

Episode of the animated series "Atomic Betty" about a little red-haired girl who is recruited by a galactic peace-keeping organisation and turned into a superhero.The series is remarkable because it uses Macromedia Flash computer animation instead of traditional cel animation.

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