When a mysterious pyramid appears in the desert, He-Man and his friends must investigate.
Did You Know?
Lawrence G. DiTillio
's script was originally deemed too expensive to produce, owing to several new models and a lot of light and shadow work. However, producer Hal Sutherland
suggested that costs could be cut by making it a two-parter. This meant DiTillio had to write a prequel story (part one) primarily using stock footage from earlier episodes. As such, Part 1 was written months after Part 2 and Ditillio still thinks the first part is one of his worst efforts and the second part one of his best. See more
When Adam tells Cringer that they are 'far enough out of sight now' he is already speaking with He-Man's voice. See more
Back to the sand with you, Crabby.