Production info

Stalk Like An Egyptian
USA, 1999  TV  

TV-series Big Wolf on Campus

Brandon Quinn, Danny Smith, Rachelle Lefevre
Directed by Peter Svatek

  

When Tommy and Merton unknowingly resurrect an ancient Egyptian mummy on a school field-trip, it happens to be a teenage pharaoh who immediately wants to make Stacey his queen, forever…

Episode 10 of the tv-series "Big Wolf on Campus", which ran for 65 episodes between 1999 and 2002. The series chronicles the adventures of Tommy, a student in his senior year at high school who was turned into a werewolf after being bitten on a camping trip the night before the first day of school. Tommy and his friend Merton battle a myriad of paranormal creatures that attack Pleasantville.


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