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The Prisoner in Marrakech

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The Prisoner in Marakech
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Produced for: Fantomen 13/1975
# of pgs: 30
Writer: Janne Lundström
Artist: Jaime Vallvé
Original colorist: N/A
Producer: Semic Press

"The Prisoner in Marakech" is a 1975 Team Fantomen story, written by Janne Lundström, with art by Jaime Vallvé.

Plot summary

In 1912, the 19th Phantom and his wife Janie have visited France on a late honeymoon. Janie is courted by an officer of the French Foreign Legion, Michel Barque, who refuses to take no for an answer. He has The Phantom thrown overboard, then kidnaps Janie to Casablanca where she is kept prisoner.


Recurring characters

One-time characters

  • Michel Barque, major of the French Foreign Legion
  • Yakub ,Barque's orderly
  • Ali
  • James Carlyle
  • French general

Real-life characters


  • USA
    • New York
      • New York Harbor
  • France
  • Morocco
    • Casablanca
    • Marrakech
      • Street of the Silversmith's
        • Shkira Brothers' House
    • Atlas Mountains
    • Ksar El Foum
    • Agadir
  • Tunisia (mentioned)
  • Algeria (mentioned)


Old Jungle Sayings

  • "When the Phantom asks – he expects an answer"


This story has been published in the following publications:

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