Production info

In the Heat of the Fright
USA, 1994  TV  

TV-series Aladdin

Directed by Alan Zaslove


While mapping a river area for the sultan, Aladdin and his companions come across a peasant village put in flames by magical fire balls. These came from the flying Egyptian temple of the catlike sorceress Morgana. She manages to transport our heroes to her magical make believe-realm, Morphia, where she tries to steal the powers from Genie by making him afraid. In the end Aladdin and Genie have to battle Morgana in her own temple, where Genie hides himself as a mummy inside an Egyptian sarcophagus.

Episode 40 from the animated television series "Aladdin", based on the 1992 movie. The series ran for 88 episodes between 1994 and 1996.

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