Argai: The Prophecy

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Argai: The Prophecy
Argai cover.jpg
GenreAnimation, adventure, fantasy, science fiction
Written bySébastien Dorsey
Directed byJean-César Suchorski
StarringBruno Choel
Marie-Christine Adam
Christian Alers
Benoît Allemane
Voices ofFrench version:
Jean Topart
Bruno Choel
Laura Préjean
Marie-Christine Adam
Henri Labussière
Patricia Legrand
Patrick Préjean
Benoît Allemane
Jean Barney
Composer(s)Didier Julia
Country of originFrance
Original language(s)French
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes26
Producer(s)Didier Julia
Claude Carrere
Production company(s)Carrére Groupe
D'Ocon Films Productions
La Coloniale
Disney Television Animation
Original networkDisney Channel
La 1, Antena 3, Toon Disney, Clan
Rai 2, Rai 3, Rai Gulp
Original releaseSeptember 2, 2000 — March 4, 2001

Argai: The Prophecy (Original French title: Argaï: La prophétie) is a 2000 French animated series (26 episodes) directed by Jean-César Suchorski and written by Sébastien Dorsey.


The story is partly set in the year 1250, partly in 2075. Angel, the fiancée of Prince Argaï, is under the spell of the Dark Queen. This evil Queen steals the youth of young women and keeps them asleep for the rest of their lives. This way, she remains immortal. To save his fiancée, Argaï travels through time and meets detective Oscar Lightbulb, his assistant Barnaby and his secretary Moony Moon. They decide to help Argaï with his battle against the queen and the rescue of his beloved. To defeat the queen, they have to awake Angel with an antidote which contains 13 unique ingredients. Their first challenge is to find each of these ingredients.

Unlike most stories involving time travel, when a character is killed in a time that is not their own, they are returned to their own time rather than dying. This is why it is necessary for the heroes to defeat Queen Orial in 2075 and for Queen Orial to kill Argaï in 1250, as it would not be permanent otherwise.


  1. Chapter I. Prince Argai
  2. Chapter II. The Man in the Mask
  3. Chapter III. New York, 2075
  4. Chapter IV. F-107
  5. Chapter V. The Great Journey
  6. Chapter VI. Notre-Dame de Paris
  7. Chapter VII. The Mandrake
  8. Chapter VIII. The Pharaoh's Amulet
  9. Chapter IX. The Road to the Crusades
  10. Chapter X. Alyasha
  11. Chapter XI. Venice Submerged
  12. Chapter XII. Brother Tich's Escape
  13. Chapter XIII. The Enchanted Forest
  14. Chapter XIV. In the Land of the Celts
  15. Chapter XV. Lotus Flower
  16. Chapter XVI. The Desert of Awikango
  17. Chapter XVII. The Monastery of Tirloch
  18. Chapter XVIII. The Knight Tournament
  19. Chapter XIX. The Great Escape
  20. Chapter XX. The Wild Orchid
  21. Chapter XXI. The Sacred Pearl
  22. Chapter XXII. The Thurible
  23. Chapter XXIII. The Fairy Melusine
  24. Chapter XXIV. The White Lady
  25. Chapter XXV. Angele
  26. Chapter XXVI. The Final Combat


  • Argaï
  • Angele
  • Oscar Lightbulb
  • Barnaby
  • Moony Moon
  • Hugsley Barns
  • Queen Orial/The Dark Queen
  • Gekko
  • King Khar (Argaï's Father)
  • Pasha
  • Mr. Po
  • Captain Billy
  • Brother Gregory
  • Brother Tich
  • Lord Artemis
  • Lucille
  • Master Wang
  • Forest Elf
  • Princess Lorelei
  • Singa
  • Innkeeper/Winegrower in Paris
  • Blind innkeeper in Paris
  • Fairy Melusine
  • Fairy Melusine's Leprechaun-Assistant
  • The White Lady
  • Tiberias


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