Production info

The Sleeping City
USA, 2005  TV  

TV-series Kong: The Animated Series

The heroes of the story travel to Egypt to foil evil professor De La Porta's scheme to find the legendary Staff of Seth. He plans to use it to activate one of the so-called Primal Stones (that gave original King Kong his power) and resurrect Seth, the ancient Egyptian God of Evil. Pursuing the Professor, the heroes and (newly cloned) Kong are forced to fight a giant Crocodile monster. They follow De La Porta to the lost city of Akur Vash, where the professor raises Seth from his long sleep. Kong must battle the God of Evil to save the world. Armed with the magical Flail of Osiris, he destroys Seth.

Episode from "Kong - The Animated Series". It follows the evens that happened after the movie King Kong: the giant ape Kong has been cloned by a brilliant scientist who had taken DNA samples from Kong’s body after he fell to his death from a skyscraper. This was possible with the aid of a collection of ancient powerful artifacts called the Primal Stones. When Professor De La Porta steals the Primal Stones from Kong Island, it's up to a group of heroes to keep the world safe.


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