Legends Of The Hidden Temple

Season 2 Episode 22

The Missing Eye of David

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Aired Unknown Jul 18, 1994 on Nickelodeon
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The Missing Eye of David
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The Silver Snakes 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: In the early 1500's, the greatest artist of the Italian Renaissance was Michelangelo Buonarroti. He was so talented, that at 16, Lorenzo de' Medici, the Prince of Florence, became his patron. Legend has it that one day, Lorenzo came to visit Michelangelo at his studio.
        Lorenzo: Listen, Michelangelo, you've been working on that statue of David for months.
        Michelangelo: As a matter of fact...
        Olmec: ...said the artist,
        Michelangelo: ...I just finished.
        Olmec: And he pulled off the drapery covering it. There was a seven-foot tall statue of young David about to do battle with Goliath.
        Lorenzo: Magnificent!
        Olmec: ...exclaimed Lorenzo.
        Lorenzo: He looks alive. How did you do that?
        Michelangelo: I picture him inside the block of marble, and I chiseled away to free him.
        Lorenzo: He will be placed in the Town Square of Florence as a symbol of my power.
        Olmec: ...said the Prince. Years later, during a rebellion, the statue was smashed and later restored. But legend has it that one eye vanished and had to be replaced. Your quest is to find The Missing Eye of David and bring it back here.
        Kirk: All right, Olmec. Tell us, where is The Missing Eye?
        Olmec: The Missing Eye of David can be found in The Shrine of the Silver Monkey.

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