Production info

The Stolen Pan
Netherlands/Germany/Japan, 1989  TV  

TV-series Alfred J. Kwak

  

Episode from the animated television series "Alfred J. Kwak" (a.k.a. "The Adventures of Alfred J. Quack") which follows the adventures of a children's cartoon character from a Dutch theatre show by Herman van Veen. Compared to other children's television series, Alfred J. Kwak features exceptionally mature and often difficult themes. In episode 40, "The Stolen Pan", Cleo, queen of the Great Pyramid, has come to see professor Ramses. She wants him to persuade her king that the proposed building of a high dam in the river Nile is a foolish idea. Ramses thinks solar energy might be a better idea and makes a new design, but the plans are stolen before he can travel to Egypt.


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