Production info

The Curse of the Mummy
UK, 1992  TV  

TV-series Take Off with T-Bag

John Hasler, Georgina Hale, Bea Julakasiun
Directed by Neville Green

  

T-Bag lands in Egypt where some archaeologists are searching for a tomb. T-Bag and T-Shirt pretend to be Kit Bag and Sir Paisley Shirt to try to deter them from the tomb. While waiting for the morning so they can all search inside the tomb some tricks are played on them and they blame each other.

Episode 4 from the children television series "Take Off with T-Bag". T-Bag was originally a witch-like character involved in various good vs. evil tensions and who appeared in a number television series which ran from the mid-80s to early 90s. In the "Take of with T-bag" series the sinister elements of the original T-Bag character were removed, becoming a purely comic character and better suited for younger children. For further Egyptian content, see also the episode "Anthony and Cleopatra" (1992) elsewhere in this list.


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