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Eliza's Temple

Alternate Title: Temple Of Eliza

Eliza's Temple (Temple Of Eliza) (1998) Season 1 Episode 5- The Wild Thornberrys Cartoon Episode Guide Eliza's Temple

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  • The Wild Thornberrys Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Distributed by: Nickelodeon Network
  • Cartoon Characters: Eliza Thornberry, Nigel Thornberry, Darwin, Donnie Thornberry, Debbie Thornberry, Marianne Thornberry, Adolescent Jaguar), Male Cub, Female Cub, Kito, Raamba, Jaguar.
  • Originally Released in 1998.
  • Season: 1
  • Color
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


Manaus, near the Amazon River, South America. Exploring in the South American rainforests, the Thornberrys are too enraptured with other things to notice Eliza's drawing, so she goes off exploring with Darwin. She stumbles upon a jaguar trapped in a hole and helps it out. In return, the pack of jaguars lead Eliza to an ancient ruined temple. She convinces them that she is a Jaguar Princess and they begin to worship her. But how long can she maintain the role when the jaguars won't let her go?

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