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The Subterranean Secret 

Esteban and his friends are now trapped with Mendoza, Pedro and Sancho in the Fort of the Black Eagle, surrounded by Gomez's men. Our friends attack the Spanish twice. First they draw up ... See full summary »

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Shiraz Adam ...
Esteban (voice)
Janice Chaikelson ...
Zia (voice)
Adrian Knight ...
Tao (voice)
Michael Rudder ...
Pedro
...
Mendoza (voice)
Terrence Labrosse ...
Sancho (voice)
...
Narrator / Kokapetl (voice)
...
Captain Gomez (voice)
Kelly Ricard ...
Narrator (voice)
Maurice Podbrey ...
Governor Pizarro (voice)
...
Menator (voice) (as Richard Dumont)
Dean Hagopian ...
Kalmec (voice)
Walter Massey ...
The Doctor (voice)
Anick Faris ...
Lana / Morca / Myeena (voice)
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Tomoko Ai ...
Lana (voice)
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Esteban and his friends are now trapped with Mendoza, Pedro and Sancho in the Fort of the Black Eagle, surrounded by Gomez's men. Our friends attack the Spanish twice. First they draw up the stolen cannon, but the ammunition runs out very quickly. They then begin to use vases filled with gun powder as cannon balls. These unexpected attacks take Gomez's men by surprise and they draw back but, determined to take the Fort, they prepare for a second attack. Mendoza and Yupanki advise the three children to flee to the Old peak. But Gaspard almost catches them and a long chase begins through a dark grotto, inhabited only by bats. At last Tao discovers a secret passage of the Incas which leads them up towards the light. The children recognize the path leading to the Old Peak when they emerge. They see to be safe this time. But what adventures await them now that they have in their possession both pendants which will allow them to open the gates of the Cities of Gold? Written by Anonymous

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TV-Y7
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7 August 1982 (Japan)  »

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