Legends Of The Hidden Temple

Season 2 Episode 32

The Bonnet of Dolley Madison

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Aired Unknown Aug 17, 1994 on Nickelodeon
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The Bonnet of Dolley Madison
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The Orange Iguanas made it to The Temple with two pendents and got the Bonnet, but didn't get out in time

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    Dee Bradley Baker

    Dee Bradley Baker

    Olmec, Announcer, Steps of Knowledge Story Voices

    Kirk Fogg

    Kirk Fogg

    Guide/Host

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    • TRIVIA (5)

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      • Olmec: In The War of 1812, British General Ross captured Washington, D.C., and went to arrest the First Lady, Dolley Madison.
        Ross: Madam...
        Olmec: ...he shouted,
        Ross: You are under arrest!
        Dolley: Listen, General.
        Olmec: ...said Dolley,
        Dolley: What's your rush? The table's set. Take a load off. Tiffany, get these men some food.
        Olmec: Ross protested, but everything smelled so good.
        Dolley: You can burn the place later.
        Olmec: ...Dolley said.
        Dolley: Believe me, it'll still be there.
        Olmec: She sat at his elbow, and while Dolley was playing airplane with the General's creamed corn, her servants were secretly taking the paintings and the documents out the back door. When Dolley got up for water, the General grabbed her arm, but she gave him her bonnet as collateral. Then she skipped out the back door to Virginia with the White House valuables.
        Dolley: I wanted to move, anyway.
        Olmec: ...she said to Tiffany. The furious General Ross burned the White House down, but kept her bonnet. Your quest is to find The Bonnet of Dolley Madison and bring it back here.
        Kirk: Thank you, Olmec. Tell us, where is The Bonnet?
        Olmec: The Bonnet of Dolley Madison can be found in The Jester's Court.

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