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Iznogoud and Adulahf are riding out by camel when they meet a workman at a crossroads who claims he is responsible for maintaining a road to nowhere. Ultimately, he is the one who is turned into a dog. Iznogoud was also adapted into a cartoon series produced by Saban Entertainmentwith 52 episodes to its name, again with most of them having been translated to other languages as well. Retrieved from ” https: Today is election day and Iznogoud intends to become sultan with the help of Smart Alec the magician and a support team, but a rival group led by the yogi Iron-Nail are opposing.
Iznogoud tries to dispose of the Sultan in a poster that traps those who step inside. CS1 French-language sources fr Articles needing additional references from March All articles needing additional references Pages using infobox television with alias parameters Articles with French-language external links.
A mirror genie called Vd takes Iznogoud to a world where everything is the opposite. Iznogoud enjoys his stay until he realises the opposites are more against him than with him. The oznogoud leaves Iznogoud and Adulahf trapped in the chamber, unable to remember the password to get out. Other recurring characters include Sultan Pullmankar Sultan Streetcar in Englishthe Caliph’s neighbour who is described as a touchy man with a powerful army. The Wizard Avaz repays Iznogoud with a magic catalogue capable of getting three objects from the future.
Iznogoud learns a magic spell that will turn its target invisible and tests it on Adulahf, but the target must hold still for the spell to work, repeatedly foiling Iznogoud’s attempts to use it on the Sultan.
Iznogoud gets trapped along with Adulahf with no way out, while the Sultan is able to escape through a second poster unnoticed by Iznogoud. Inevitably, Iznogoud ends up wearing the hat himself and going insane. The vizier, his henchman, and their camel head back to Baghdad to fetch the Sultan and send him on the road to get rid of him, only to ixnogoud they have taken the road to nowhere after a strange journey that leads them back to the crossroads.
Instead the Sultan changes the laws to suit the people and Iznogoud is arrested. In search of an art teacher, he meets Tabary, renamed “Tabary El-Retard”. Iznogoud tries to trap the Sultan in a carnival maze in which all who enter get hopelessly lost, but the Sultan finds his way out after stepping in some paint and following his footprints back out. Sidecar foils this plan with a genie who answers all of Iznogoud’s questions correctly, but when Iznogoud mentions wanting to be Sultan instead of the Sultan, Sidecar is intrigued, and Iznogoud teaches him all about overthrowing a ruler.
In another episode, Iznogoud gets a magical drawing paper set that makes anybody or anything drawn on it disappear once the paper is torn apart.
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Adulahf finds a scientist lost in time and Iznogoud gets him to build a time machine to put the Sultan in the past. He manages to trick the Sultan into repeatedly drinking the stuff, but when he faints, the Sultan bf him the last drop, and he turns into a woodlouse instead.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Unfortunately, she turns the Sultan into a clone of Iznogoud instead, and then turns both Iznogouds back into Sultans. Iznogoud first uses the flute to turn the wizard and half of Baghdad into dogs, but when he is in front of the sultan, he forgets the tune.
The Sultan gets his power from a magic sceptre that he must retrieve and present to the people once a year; if he fails, he is executed. During the visit of an African king, Iznogoud buys a voodoo doll from the king’s sorcerer that requires a hair of the intended victim to work. Iznogoud is still trying to get rid of Caliph Haroun al Placid so he can take his place.
Views Read Edit View history. The comic series chronicles the life db Iznogoud, the Grand Vizier and second in command of Baghdadat an undefined period in the past. Iznogoud buys a potion that makes its drinkers so light they float away, but it must be drunk while hot; when cold, it has no effect, and when tepid, it merely causes hiccups.
Whenever Iznogoud volunteers to get back to the palace to pick up some water he “forgot”, someone appears selling some. Sultan Streetcar sends his son, Prince Sidecar, to Iznogoud’s in order to give him an education.
When he cannot sniff any scandal involving the Sultan, Iznogoud persuades him to plant a fake story about the Sultan having a forsaken child. On Nuts’ Day, authorities and servants switch places, meaning Iznogoud is Sultan for a day, but his attempts to make the change permanent by enlisting help from a genie, Sultan Streetcar, and the local people all fail, and when the day ends, he is arrested as a runaway slave.
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Iznogoud gets the Sultan to board the ship of an unlucky sailor, but he and Adulahf also come on the voyage. The Iznogoud comics were translated into English in the s. The vizier and Adulahf end up trapped in a snow globe which the vendor presents to the Sultan.