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SABe TV to air new Toon series “The Ultimate Book of Spells”

16-March-2002
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SABe TV to air new Toon series “The Ultimate Book of Spells”

Starting from March 18, SABe TV plans to air a new Toon Series called “The Ultimate Book Of Spells” on the 7:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. band from Monday to Friday, a slot totally dedicated to kids and people who love watching Cartoons.

According to company source, the Ultimate Books of Spells follows the magical adventures of three “gifted” kids, Cassy, Gus and Verne, who discover the powerful “Ultimate Book of Spells”. This special book takes them to astonishing journeys to the centre of the earth where the ruthless wizard Zarlak dwells along with every kind of fantastical, magical and creepy creature imaginable.

With the success of of Turtle Island and Asterix the channel expects new cartoon series “The Ultimate Book of Spell “ would leave all the viewers especially the younger ones Spell bound.

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