Production info

Tut Tut
UK, 1990  TV  

TV-series T-Bag and the Pearls of Wisdom

Georgina Hale, John Bluthal, Andree Melly

  

Osiris, a servant girl, makes plans with T-Shirt, who looks exactly like prince Tutenkhamun, to sack the High Priest to get his chain with the next pearl on it.

Episode 7 of the 10-episode television series "T-Bag and the Pearls of Wisdom". T-Bag is a character who has appeared in a number of ITV children's television programmes. Both T-Bag and her friend T-Shirt have magical powers. The premise of the shows is that there are various items hidden throughout the world, which T-Bag either wants to carry out some evil plan or which can be used to defeat T-Bag. The series "T-Bag and the Pearls of Wisdom" features a number of pearls which Sally must acquire before T-Bag does. Episode 7 is the only episode with an Egyptian theme.


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