Production info

Evil Eye of Egypt
Canada, 2012

TV-series Murdoch Mysteries

Yannick Bisson, Jonny Harris, Thomas Craig
Directed by Michelle Ricci

  

The release of Constable George Crabtree's adventure novel, The Curse of the Pharaohs, coincides with the exhibition of a recently discovered mummy's tomb. Whilst attending the event Murdoch enjoys meeting Dr Iris Bajjali, an archaeologist. However, when the sarcophagus is opened for the audience, a cobra strikes and someone is killed. Murdoch immediately shuts down the exhibition, taking the casket as evidence. Crabtree, as usual, has many extremely unusual ideas regarding mummies curses, but both Murdoch and Brackenreid suspect a less supernatural sequence of events. As more people die, however, it begins to seem as if Crabtree might be right… (source: tv.com)

Episode from the Canadian detective series "Murdoch Mysteries" that follows the adventures of eccentric detective William Murdoch working in Toronto in the 1890s. Based on a series of novels by Maureen Jennings.


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