Production info

The Mystery of King Tut's Tomb
USA, 1977  TV  

TV-series The Hardy Boys Mysteries

Parker Stevenson, Shaun Cassidy, Cesare Danova
Directed by Alvin Ganzer

  

The Hardy Boys, two brothers, are sightseeing in mysterious Egypt when someone in a crowded bazaar steals a handbag from a pretty American girl named Helene. The bag contains a figure of the ancient god, Osiris. When Frank finally manages to get the bag away from the street thief, Helene denies that it belongs to her, and the brothers are literally left "holding the bag" when the local police come onto the scene. It takes all of their bravery and skill to prove to the authorities that they aren't the true culprits in the case.

Episode 17 of the fine 1970's TV-series "The Hardy Boys Mysteries".


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