Production info

Piet Piraat en de Mysterieuze Mummie
Belgium, 2010  TV  

TV-series Piet Piraat

Peter van de Velde, Dirk van Vooren, Dirk Bosschaert, Anke Helsen

Pirate Piet is asked by his aunt Cleo to transport a sarcophagus from her museum to a pyramid in Egypt. Legend holds that the tightly closed sarcophagus contains a dangerous mummy. Other ships that tried to deliver the sarcophagus to its destination before have mysteriously disappeared. Fortunately, each time the sarcophagus could be salvaged by Osiris, aunt Cleo's dark assistant. Pirate Piet and his mates are obviously not afaid of this legend and set sail for Egypt.

Episode from the Flemish children's television program "Piet Piraat", popular in Belgium and The Netherlands. The main lessons learned in this series are "cheaters never win" and "honesty is the best policy".


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