Production info

De Vloek van de Mummie
Belgium, 2001  TV  

TV-series Samson en Gert

Danny Verbiest, Gert Verhulst, Walter de Donder, Koen Crucke

  

The mayor and Van Leemhuyzen organize an Egyptian exposition, starring a mummy, but just that happens to be missing from the sarcophagus. Alberto is furious when he's denied the part of fake mummy, paid for with 5 cream cakes, because he could barely fit in the coffin. So he dresses up as a cursed mummy to steal the cakes. Gert catches on and retorts. (source: IMDb)

"The Mummy's Curse" is an episode from the Belgian (Flemish) children series "Samson en Gert" about a man and his friend, a dog who can speak, and is characterized by a stream of running gags. The successful series ran from 1990 until 2005 for more than 750 episodes.


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