Production info

Shadows from the Past
USA, 1994

TV-series Phantom 2040

Scott Valentine, Margot Kidder, J.D. Hall


Queen Nia, deposed heir to the throne of Egypt, tracks down the Phantom to seek revenge for his unification of Africa long ago, but in the Phantom's place his mentor Guran is hit by her poisonous darts. Delusional and lost in the Ghost Jungle, Guran's babblings reveal more about the Sector Zero train wreck, but the Phantom must find him before Nia does. (summary adapted from WikiPedia)

Episode 6 from the French-American animated science fiction television series "Phantom 2040", loosely based on the comic strip hero The Phantom created by Lee Falk. The series ran for 35 episodes from 1994 to 1996.

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