Sheena (2000–2002)
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Sheena discovers that a fanatical group are to blame after a young girl, and a government official die in a car bomb attack.

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Sheena
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Matt Cutter
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Kali
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Mendelsohn
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Shakoro
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President N'Gama (as Jim Coleman)
Veryl Jones ...
Rashid
Steven West ...
Mbato
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Keeper of the Key (as Joseph Bertot)
Jed Carpenter ...
Koro
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Elizabeth
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Hundley (as Timothy A. Powell)
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Sheena discovers that a fanatical group are to blame after a young girl, and a government official die in a car bomb attack.

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26 May 2001 (USA)  »

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Bombs and flowers
24 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

Mr Hundley received a letter from his daughter, saying she is scared and wants to come home. The letter bears a Maltaka post stamp, so Hundley travels there and contacts Cutter for help. „Missing person is out of my league", Cutter tries to decline the job, but 20,000 dollars are an offer he can't refuse. Tracks lead Sheena to the religious cult leader Koro who arranged a Modus Vivendi with the country's ruler N'Gama and is an old friend of Kali, too. Everyone thinks he is harmless, but Sheena doesn't give up her suspicions so easily. Admittedly, the heroes sometimes progress by simple coincidence, for example when Sheena discovers parts for the construction of bombs hidden in a flowerbed. But the strong point of the storyline is that after 30 minutes, when you think the investigation is over, the real trouble has just begun!


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