Production info

The Legend of the Golden Pyramid
USA, 2005  TV  

TV-series Little Einsteins

  

Quincy finds a harp that plays a song that can open anything! The harp has a picture of a golden pyramid on it and the team makes it their mission to find out who lives inside the golden pyramid. It's off to Egypt! The team and Rocket go through the Egyptian desert, take a trip down the Nile and even make it past the Sphinx to find the golden pyramid. Once they open the pyramid with the golden harp, the team gets to have a dance party with the ancient hieroglyphics inside! (source: IMDb)

Episode from the animated tv-series "Little Einsteins". Based on a direct-to-video movie, it is an educational preschool series designed to teach art and music appreciation by integrating famous or culturally significant art works and classical music into the events of each episode. It centers around four children and their intelligent and transformable space/air/water-craft. The series ran on Playhouse Disney channel between 2005 and 2007. In the episode "The Legend of the Golden Pyramid" children learn about Egyptian hieroglyphs.


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