Legends Of The Hidden Temple

Season 2 Episode 15

The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman

0
Aired Unknown Jun 29, 1994 on Nickelodeon
10
out of 10
User Rating
2 votes
0

EPISODE REVIEWS
By TV.com Users

Episode Summary

EDIT
The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman
AIRED:
The Orange Iguanas made it to The Temple with 1.5 pendents, but lost

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Thursday
No results found.
Friday
No results found.
Saturday
No results found.
SUBMIT REVIEW
    Dee Bradley Baker

    Dee Bradley Baker

    Olmec, Announcer, Steps of Knowledge Story Voices

    Kirk Fogg

    Kirk Fogg

    Guide/Host

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

    FILTER BY TYPE

    • TRIVIA (4)

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Olmec: The most famous African-American woman of the Civil War was Harriet Tubman. With just the North Star for a compass, she led so many people to freedom that folks called her Moses. Legend has it, that once, she and a small band of escaped slaves were being tracked by slave owners with bloodhounds.
        Harriet: Quick, into the swamp, they'll lose our scent.
        Olmec: ...said Harriet. But the other slaves bawked.
        Man: I'm not going in there.
        Olmec: ...said one man.
        Man: There's spirits in there.
        Harriet: You're gonna have a lot more than spirits on your tail if you don't get in that water.
        Olmec: ...she said, brandishing her walking stick. One by one, the others followed, and she led them across the swamp. They traveled North on foot, sleeping in the barns and cellars of people who dared to hide them. Across the swamp, the dogs lost the scent of the runaway slaves, and the only thing the white masters found was Harriet's walking stick stuck in the mud. Your quest is to find The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman and bring it back here.
        Kirk: Okay, Olmec, where is The Walking Stick?
        Olmec: The Walking Stick of Harriet Tubman can be found in The Observatory.

      • (At the beginning of The Temple Run)
        Olmec: Who's going first?
        Chris: Chris

    • NOTES (4)

    • ALLUSIONS (0)

    More
    Less