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The Phantom Shaman

The Phantom Shaman

The Phantom Shaman (1990) Season 1 Episode 9- Peter Pan & the Pirates Cartoon Episode Guide The Phantom Shaman

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  • Peter Pan & the Pirates Cartoon Episode Guide
  • Cartoon Characters: Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, Wendy, John, Michael, Captain James Hook, Mr. Smee, Billy Jukes, Ignatious Starkey, Robert Mullins, Eucrates Cookson, Tiger Lily, Tootles, Curly, Slightly, Hard-to-Hit, Twins, Nibs, Old Crooked Tail, Mermaids, Alf Mason, Great Big Little Panther.
  • Originally Released in Sep 20, 1990 (Estimate).

  • Season: 1
  • Color
  • Running Time: 30 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:


Cookson accidentally picks up a philosophy book instead of his cookbook, and is able to impress his captain with words of wisdom. With Great Big Little Panther gone, Hook comes up with the idea to disguise Cookson as an Indian Shaman and send him to the Piccininny grounds in order to fool Tiger Lily and Hard to Hit. The young Indians, along with Peter and Wendy, are in for a dangerous adventure when they follow the advice of the mysterious new Shaman and head straight into a trap.

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