Production info

Scouts Honor
USA, 2001  TV  

TV-series Jackie Chan Adventures


Archaeologist and adventurer Jackie Chan has a run-in with nasty relic hunter Vanessa Barone after he discovers a necklace called "Eye of Aurora" possessing magical teleportation powers. This necklace was once owned by an ancient Egyptian princess named Aurora, who received it from a sorcerer.

Episode from the animated series "Jackie Chan Adventures", chronicling the fictionalized adventures of action film star Jackie Chan. He is an archaeologist, martial arts expert and a rather reluctant secret agent. With help from his niece Jade, his grumpy old uncle and his friend Captain Black he saves the world from evil forces that attempt to use magical artifacts to rule the world. The series ran for 95 episodes from 2000 until 2005.

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