Legends Of The Hidden Temple

Season 2 Episode 34

The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan

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Aired Unknown Aug 22, 1994 on Nickelodeon
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The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan
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The Silver Snakes made it to The Temple with one pendent, and got to the Earring as time expired

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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: The most daring, most deadly, most dreadful pirate of them all was Henry Morgan. In the 1600's, he built a navy of over 2,000 pirates and attacked the Spanish Colonies throughout the Caribbean. In 1668, Morgan and his crew attacked the town of Porto Bello in Panama. They locked up the townsfolk in the church, built a bonfire, and threw a victory party. They forced the town merchants to confess where their gold was hidden. Legend has it, the party was in full swing when out stepped the beautiful Carmen Ghia.
        Morgan: Carmen, you lovely wench, dance with me.
        Carmen: I'd rather be roasted, you pig.
        Morgan: That can be arranged.
        Olmec: But just then, Carmen grabbed him by his gold pirate's earring and twisted till he fell to his knees.
        Morgan: Ow! Let me go.
        Carmen: Look at the dread pirate now, quaking right down to his swashbuckle. People of Porto Bello, take arms!
        Olmec: The people rallied around Carmen and drove the pirates out of town. Carmen kept Morgan's earring as a souvenir. Your quest is to find The Gold Earring of Henry Morgan and bring it back here.
        Kirk: Thank you, Olmec. Tell us, where is The Golden Earring?
        Olmec: The Golden Earring of Henry Morgan can be found in The Mandarin Hand.

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