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Legends Of The Hidden Temple

Season 1 Episode 2

The Golden Cup of Belshazzar

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Aired Unknown Jan 01, 1993 on Nickelodeon
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The Golden Cup of Belshazzar
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The Red Jaguars made it to The Temple with 1.5 pendents, but lost

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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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      • Olmec: Long ago, in the ancient city of Babylon, there ruled a foolish king named Belshazzar. Hearing of a young man named Daniel who could tell the future, he summoned him to his palcae. King Belshazzar nervously sat on his throne. In his hand, he held a golden cup that he had stolen from a temple in Jerusalem.
        Belshazzar: Daniel...
        Olmec: ...he said,
        Belshazzar: What is the meaning of this sign?
        Olmec: He pointed to a wall, where words had mysteriously been written. Daniel read them.
        Daniel: Sire, it says that you are a thief and your Empire is evil, so it is about to be destroyed.
        Belshazzar: Impossible!
        Olmec: ...Belshazzar thundered,
        Belshazzar: Our city is fortified with two great walls and a moat. It is impregnable. You obviously know nothing. Take him away!
        Olmec: And Daniel was led out of the palace. Soon afterwards, the writing on the wall came true. The Persians led a surprise attack and destroyed Babylon. The Golden Cup of Belshazzar ended up in the Temple. Your quest is to retrieve The Cup and bring it back here.
        Kirk: Thanks, Olmec. Where is The Golden Cup?
        Olmec: The Golden Cup can be found in The Shrine of the Silver Monkey.

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