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|The Beautiful One|
John Abbott, Margaretta Scott, Graveley Edwards
Early BBC television drama, set in ancient Egypt at the time of pharaoh Akhenaten and his beautiful wife Nefertiti (hence the title). Broadcast live on 5 February 1938, with a second live performance broadcast two days later on the 7 Feb 1938.
Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Arnold Vosloo
Rousing, suspenseful and horrifying epic about an expedition of treasure-seeking explorers in the Sahara Desert in 1925. Stumbling upon an ancient tomb, the hunters unwittingly set loose a 3,000-year-old legacy of terror, which is embodied in the vengeful reincarnation of an Egyptian priest who had been sentenced to an eternity as one of the living dead.
It is often suggested that this film is a remake of the 1932 film "The Mummy" with Boris Karloff, but that is really not the case. The storyline has hardly anything in common with the original movie and the abundance of special effects make it a typical turn of the millenium product. In an interview director Stephen Sommers was quoted saying "Look I love the original, and there are some things that I want to keep. But I’d like to do a complete reworking and make a huge popcorn movie".
Timothy Dalton, Leonor Varela, Billy Zane
Ascending to the throne at a mere seventeen years of age, Cleopatra ruled as Egypt's last pharaoh for twenty-two years. Easily winning the heart of Roman commander Julius Caesar, they embark on a two-month voyage down the Nile and quickly become devoted to each other. She bears him a child whom she calls Caesarion. Keeping a close eye on Caesar's ambitions to become emperor, Roman senators conspire to assassinate him. His death devastates Cleopatra. In her grief she turns to Mark Antony, Caesar's devoted associate. Their alliance angers the senate even more and war is declared on Egypt. Cleopatra and Marc Antony's fate becomes sealed in each other's arms as the Roman armies close in on Alexandria under the command of Octavianus.
Leonor Varela is perfect as an ambitious yet sensual Cleopatra in this modern epic TV-version of the classic tale. Based on the book "Memoirs of Cleopatra" by Margaret George.
|Retro Puppet Master|
Stephen Blackehart, Greg Sisero, Brigitta Dau
In 1892 a man raises three mummified former high priests to track a secret recipe stolen by a 3,000 year old Egyptian sorcerer. The recipe is believed to allow the souls of the dying to be saved into inanimate things. The 3 high-priests apply all sorts of deadly methods and pursue their prey to a puppet theatre in 19th century Paris.
|Die Siebente Papyrusrolle|
Roy Scheider, Jeff Fahey
When opening the tomb of pharaoh Mamosis, Egyptologists Duraid al Simma, his wife Royan and Duraids friend Nick discover a vessel with seven papyrus scrolls. They are the notes of royal tomb-builder Taita. Unfortunately, the seventh scroll is heavily damaged and its contents hard to unravel. But the archaeologists aren't the only ones interested in the contents, as Multi-millionaire Schiller doesn't shy away from taking extreme measures to take possession of the scrolls.
8-hour miniseries, based on Wilbour Smith's novel "The Seventh Scroll". English title: "The Seventh Scroll".
|Afterlife and Death|
TV-series Relic Hunter
Tia Carrere, Christien Anholt, Lindy Booth
Sydney and Nigel go to Cairo to chase down the real tomb raider, when Sydney's old friend Bruce Farrow is framed for plundering the tomb of Thutmose III and pocketing the pharaoh's diamond. The theft of the gem, believed to have fallen from the sky inside a meteor, lures mercenary Avery Ko, a rival Relic Hunter, from the shadows. The trail leads to Amsterdam, where the stone is to be cut and sold. Sydney, Nigel and Bruce discover that the rock is not a diamond, and if cut by laser, will unleash a force that could cause major destruction like the tomb's hieroglyphs described.
Episode 13 of the Relic Hunter tv-series. In this series box office superstar Tia Carrere leads the hunt for the world's most fabled lost treasures and rare stolen artifacts. Several episodes that deal with ancient Egyptian objects are listed on this site. The two episodes 13 "Afterlife and Death" and 14 "Nine Lives" were in 2005 released together on a single DVD under the title "Mummy's Curse".
|Die Jagd nach dem Tod|
Rolf Becker, Meike Fellinger, Catherine H. Flemming
An ancient Egyptian spirit is released into a high-security laboratory. It escapes into the outside world and transfers from one person to another by touching them, leaving the previous host with a bleeding left eye and failing health. Two previous strangers to each other team up and try to figure out how to defeat the spirit. They chase it from Hamburg to Berlin, where they trap it in a mummy case at a museum.
TV-series Relic Hunter
Tia Carrere, Christien Anholt, Lindy Booth
Elizabeth Ruckeyser, the curator of New York's Crawford Institute, summons Sydney and Nigel to track down a ancient Egyptian relic, the sacred statue of the cat goddess Mafdet that Sydney found and returned once before. An age-old curse on the golden figurine claims that anyone who steals it will die by the claws of the cat. The hunt delves into Manhattan's ring of art thieves, turning up dead bodies covered with marks. Is Mafdet seeking revenge, or is someone fulfilling the prophesy?
Episode 14 of the "Relic Hunter" tv-series. In this series box office superstar Tia Carrere leads the hunt for the world's most fabled lost treasures and rare stolen artifacts. Several episodes that deal with ancient Egyptian objects are listed on this site. The two episodes 13 "Afterlife and Death" and 14 "Nine Lives" were in 2005 released together on a single DVD under the title "Mummy's Curse".
|Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat|
Donny Osmond, Richard Attenborough, Joan Collins
In this filmed adaption of the long-running musical, we see the story of Joseph, son of Jacob. The favoured son, he is betrayed by his jealous brothers and sold into slavery and driven to Egypt. Though beset with adversity, Joseph perseveres through wit and faith and becomes the governor of Egypt, second only to the pharaoh. This all the sets the scene for when he meets his brothers who have come to Egypt to purchase food. (source: IMDB)
Film based on the musical written by Tim Rice, with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
|Ingo Jownes und die schlimme Mumie|
Wolfgang Butzlaff, Simon Gosejohann, Sylvia Hess
Ingo Jownes discovers the legendary mummy of a pharaoh. It is immediately taken by the Nazis who expect it will give them immortality.
Short 15 minute trash-type of production made for a small film festival audience by the Neverhorst Company, a group of German experimental cineasts.
|The Curse of the Pharaoh's Tomb|
TV-series Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Directed by Ross Breitenbach, Steve Feld
Rip, Cyril and Sam travel to Cairo to investigate the case of a woman put in a coma by the Curse of King Tut after trying to buy contraband artifacts from the dead pharaoh's tomb. When Cyril finds a piece of a Tutankhamen fan, he has a friend analyze it. Meanwhile, a mysterious phone call leads Rip and Sam to the Valley of the Kings, where they are trapped in a tomb! Framed by the man in charge of Cairo antiquities, Mohammed Mahdi, Rip and Sam escape by posing as mummies! When Cyril's friend is stricken with the same "curse," Cyril discovers that an ancient mold is causing the coma symptoms. Tracing Mahdi's cellphone signal, the BION team uncover a cache of stolen artifacts inside a pyramid. When Mahdi tries to escape in the desert, a sudden sandstorm stops his jeep, allowing Rip, Cyril and Sam to catch up on camels, arresting the thief. A check of the weather forecast reveals clear skies predicted. Was the sudden storm a freak of nature, or the Curse of the pharaoh's Tomb? Believe it or Not! (source: www.criterionpic.com)
Episode 104 of the animated series "Ripley's Believe It or Not!", made after the successful comic books. It follows the exploits of Michael 'Rip' Ripley, nephew of the celebrated Robert Ripley, as he scours the world to uncover strange stories and odd artifacts.
Nile, an ancient Egyptian mummy, is brought back to life and becomes a nanny in a modern 21st century family. Only the children of the family know her secret and together they have various adventures.
French-German co-produced animated television series that ran for 26 episodes in 1999. French title: "Momie Au Pair". Alternate German title: "Mummy Nanny - Unsere Mumie ist die Beste".
|Stalk Like An Egyptian|
TV-series Big Wolf on Campus
Brandon Quinn, Danny Smith, Rachelle Lefevre
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.
|The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb|
TV-series Mona the Vampire
The day after the Philatelic Society's visit to the traveling mummy exhibit at the local museum, Reverend Gregory disappears. Mona the vampire and her pals must get to the bottom of his mysterious disappearance AND discover why an Egyptian mummy has been strolling about town. Is the traveling exhibit a cover for its very-much-living host? Is the local hospital's burn specialist in on the conspiracy? The last time Mona saw Reverend Gregory, he was heading off to do some suntanning behind the church. What happened to Fang's tube of Fur Mousse, and why do she and Fang now have a tube of sunscreen? Mona can only do her best, but even that may not be enough when facing the living Curse of the Mummy's Tomb. (source: bcdb.com)
Episode 19 from the animated series "Mona the Vampire". The series follows the extraordinary adventures of 10-year-old Mona 'The Vampire' Parker and her friends as they battle a new foe of the supernatural in every episode. A total of 65 episodes were made between 1999 and 2002. Based on the original French series "Mona le Vampire" by Louis Piché and Jean Caillon, and the short stories of Sonia Holleyman and Hiawyn Oram.
|Feats of Clay|
Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan, Holly Marie Combs
The Guardian of an ancient Egyptian urn comes to San Francisco looking for it after a curse brings her back to life.
Episode 11 (season 1) of the highly acclaimed tv-series "Charmed" about three sisters (Prue, Piper and Phoebe) who have reunited and unlocked their powers to become the Charmed Ones, the most powerful witches to exist. They vanquish evil and save innocents while living their lives as normal women in the real world… The series has so far ran a total of 178 episodes in 8 seasons from 1998 and still continues. See also episode number 98 "The Mummy's Tomb" (2003).
|Witchery Science Theatre|
TV-series Sabrina: The Animated Series
Melissa Joan Hart, Nick Bakay, Cree Summer
Episode 52 of the "Sabrina: The Animated Series", a spinoff based on the live-action sitcom "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch". Unlike its predecessor, Sabrina is in this series depicted as a 12-year-old attending middle school. As in the original comic series, Sabrina lives with her two aunts, Hilda and Zelda Spellman who advise Sabrina on the use of her extraordinary powers. In this particular episode aunt Zelda claims to be very old and proves it with a scroll from an Egyptian Pharaoh.
|Babylon Park: Frightspace|
Patricia Tallman, Neely Stewart, Wayne Alexander
Babylon Park is a spoof of South Park and the sci-fi series Babylon 5 that debuted on the internet in 1998, created by Christopher Russo. It presents the Babylon 5 cast with South Park character designs. It spawned several short films. In the 1999 short film "Frightspace", which is a spoof on Babylon 5 telefilm Thirdspace, some extra-dimensional gods invade the station lead by Egyptian pharaoh Nyarlathotep, or I-Hop as he likes to be called. The episode is notable for the voice talent of several original Babylon 5 actors. The character of Nyarlathotep is more or less based upon a figure from a 1920 short story by H.P. Lovecraft (see the 2001 short movie "Nyarlathotep" elsewhere on this list).
|Simpsons Bible Stories|
TV-series The Simpsons
It is a scorching hot Easter at church, and no one is interested in Reverend Lovejoy's sermons. When the collection plate is passed round, Homer puts in a chocolate Easter bunny ("Relax, I found it in the dumpster"), enraging Reverend Lovejoy and provoking him to read the Bible from the beginning. The Simpsons all fall asleep and start to dream. In the sequence called "Lisa's Dream", Lisa imagines she and all the other Springfield Elementary students are Israelites in ancient Egypt, with the pharaoh (Principal Skinner) making them build a pyramid. Only Moses (Milhouse) can liberate the Israelites. When Bart defaces the pharaoh's Tomb, supposedly incited by the burning bush, he gets the other students punished. Lisa helps Milhouse produce plagues to scare off the pharaoh, but they fail. This in turn gets Lisa and Milhouse banished to a Pyramid prison. When they escape, Milhouse gathers all the students and attempts to leave. When they reach the lake, Lisa has an idea to get across: They simultaneously flush all the Egyptians' toilets to drain the lake. As they cross, the pharaoh and his guards follow, but the water fills the lake back up and swallows them. They enjoying splashing each other, and then return to the shore. Pleased that they have escaped, Milhouse asks Lisa if it is clean sailing for the Israelites, but Lisa disappoints Milhouse with the truth. Lisa focuses on the moment and satisfies the kids' hunger by seeing manna and says that can feed them, to which everyone cheers his leadership.
This eighteenth episode of The Simpsons' tenth season features biblical stories in four dream sub-plots called Marge's Dream, Lisa's Dream, Homer's Dream and Bart's Dream.
TV-series The Avengers: United They Stand
An obelisk recovered from an ancient Egyptian tomb releases the 41st Century dictator Kang the Conqueror, who has been imprisoned between dimensions after he was unseated in his own time period. The obelisk was taken back in time to ancient Egypt and given to the pharaoh Rama-Tut for safekeeping. Ant-Man finally manages to set the obelist to self-destruct and Kang is once again returned to his prison.
Episode 3 from the animated series "The Avengers: United They Stand" based on the classic Marvel Comic created in 1963. This animated series ran from 1999 to 2000.
Carmen, Anne Howe, Phyllisha anne, Julianna Sterling
A young intern at a museum discovers just how real an ancient Egyptian curse is as she experiences the sins of a mummy.
Porn movie made for the video market. Issued as one of 4 stories in edition number 24 of the video series "Perverted Stories".
Matt McColm, Derwin Jordan
While trying to stop a robbery in an Egyptian museum, superhero NightMan's laser eye-beam accidentally resurrects the evil mummified Queen Neflalah.
Episode 37 from the science-fiction television series "Night Man" about a martial artist superhero, loosely based on a comic book published by Malibu Comics and created by Steve Englehart. The series ran for 44 episodes in two seasons from 1998 to 1999.
|The Oracle Of Ammon|
TV-series Reign: The Conqueror (アレクサンダー戦記)
Directed by Yoshinori Kanemori
The Oracle of the Egyptian Temple of Ammon meets with Alexander who foretells many things that will come to pass for Alexander. The Oracle tells Alexander he will be the king of the world. The Oracle also reveals that Alexander will be killed by the person closest to him.
Episode 9 from the animated television series "Reign - The Conqueror" (アレクサンダー戦記 or "Alexander Senki"). This series, based on a novel by Hiroshi Aramata, is a re-imagination of the life of Alexander the Great with a futuristic science fiction twist and a dash of homoeroticism. It has Alexander with piercing blue eyes and flowing brown hair, shape-changing sorcerors, terrifying monsters, awesome futuristic weaponry and Aristotle who sports blue makeup and a red half-mohawk. The 13-part anime version was already created in 1999 in japan, but it took until 2003 to reach 'the west'. Director Yoshinori Kanemori was also responsible for an earlier Japanese movie version about the life of Alexander in 2000 which confusingly had the same title as this series.
|Hercules and the Romans|
TV-series Disney's Hercules
Hercules and Icarus are in Rome. The Romans are in need of gods to worship and three Egyptian gods try to take the spot by rampaging Rome and making it look like Egypt. Hercules battles them to protect Rome. In the aftermath, Icarus gives all Greek gods Roman names, and in the underworld this makes Hades angry for being renamed as Pluto.
Episode from the animated series "Disney's Hercules" based on the 1997 animated film and Greek myth. The series follows teenage Hercules training as a hero as well as trying to adjust to life. With his free-spirited friend Icarus, his future-seeing friend Cassandra and his teacher Philoctetes ("Phil"), he battles his evil uncle Hades. The series ran for 65 episodes in 1998 and 1999.
TV-series Sesame Street
Telly Monster poses as Egypt's King Tut in a song about the pharaoh's love for triangles. Benny Rabbit, a camel and several Egyptians back up "Telly Tut" in this rousing number which parodies Steve Martin's famous 1978 "King Tut" routine from Saturday Night Live (see elsewhere in this list).
Sketch from episode 3823 of "Sesame Street", the popular children's educational television series starring Muppets characters created by Jim Henson. This sketch is one of several featuring ancient Egyptian characters or elements.
|The Royal Diaries: Cleopatra: Daughter of the Nile|
Elisa Moolecherry, Hrant Aliank
Cleopatra is still a young teenager when attempts against her father's life are made. When he goes into hiding Cleopatra joins him, and together they sail for Rome. There she tries to persuade the Romans to help restore her father to the throne so she herself might become ruler of Egypt some day.
The story of Cleopatra turned upside down. One of a series of "Royal Diaries" family specials about heroic young women in history, based on the best selling novel by Kristiana Gregory.
Misty Mundae, Esmeralda DellaRocco
The sexy and diabolical Doctor Humboldt schemes to build an indestructible Fourth Reich, but for that she requires the wisdom and magic of ancient Egypt, and the resurrection of evil king Thotep. To that end, she kidnaps Professor Kleve and his beautiful daughter Kristen who holds the secret to resuscitating the Thotep mummy. When Humboldt's seduction of Kristen fails, she forces Kristen to recite the incantation that brings the monstrous, ages dead mummy back to life. But little does Humboldt know that Misty Mundae "Mummy Raider" is hot on her trail and even hotter in her tight leather outfit. Misty battles Humboldt's henchmen and the rampaging mummy with big guns blazing, lethal fists flying, and silky skin baring! The mummy destroyed and Humboldt safely in chains, Misty and Kristen get down to the real action, sinfully partaking of each other's luscious bodies with a lust so intense it can raise the dead! And when Humboldt promises to be a good girl, Misty sets her free, thus turning the ultra-erotic two-way into an even steamier menage-a-trois.
One of a whole series of Misty Munday video porno movies. See also "Lust in the Mummy's Tomb" (2001).
|The Mummy Theme Park|
Adam O'Neill, Holly Laningham, Cyrus Elias, Helen Preest
In Egypt an earthquake uncovers an ancient underground Necropolis. Sheik El Sahid enters the holy place, knowing it is cursed, and six months later opens a "Mummy Theme Park" on the very same spot. Surely a recipe for trouble…
|Die Tränen der Kleopatra|
TV-series SOS Barracuda
Nick Wilder, Oliver Bootz, Sandra Keller
The crew of the coast guard vessel "Barracuda" try to catch some thieves -likewise on boats- that have stolen some ancient Egyptian artifacts.
|In the Beginning|
Martin Landau, Christopher Lee, Jacqueline Bisset
TV mini-series telling the biblical tales from the books of Genesis and Exodus, of course also prominently featuring the Exodus from Egypt.
|Un Pique-nique chez Osiris|
Dominique Blanc, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Anny Duperey
1898. Born into a rich, anti-Semite Parisian family, Héloïse falls in love with a young jewish journalist. In a blind fury, her father collapses and dies. A family meeting decrees that Héloïse must leave Paris with her mother and her austere cousin, Olympe. In Egypt, the three women discover a different world made of startling images, hot sun, flamboyant colours and intoxicating aromas, inhabited by people with totally different customs. Far from the judgmental gaze of their peers, at the dawn of a new century, they finally find themselves.
4-part mini-series, also issued in 2 parts.
|Detective Lovelorn und die Rache des Pharao|
Misel Maticevic, Eva Haßmann, Raynor Scheine, Horst Buchholz
3400 year old pharaoh Thutmosis wants to rule the modern world. Only private detective Nils Lovelorn can prevent it from happening, by transporting himself back through time using a time machine and killing the pharaoh in the past.
|Antony and Cleopatra|
USA/New Zealand, 2000
TV-series Xena, Warrior Princess
Lucy Lawless, Renee O'Connor
Xena, a mighty warrior and healer, once led a band of outlaws that terrorized all of Greece. She has come to regret the harm she caused and now travels the countryside seeking adventure and fighting the forces of evil. When Cleopatra is murdered, Xena poses as the Egyptian queen in order to find out the identity of the killer, while romancing Marc Antony.
Episode 108 (season 5, episode 18) of the sf-action series "Xena, Warrior Princess" (1995-2001). Also known as "Love and Death in Alexandria". The Cleopatra character appeared for the first time in this series in episode 54 "The King of Assassins" (1997).
|Joseph: King of Dreams|
Ben Affleck (voice), Mark Hamill (voice)
Joseph, a miracle child with the gift of interpreting dreams, is sold by his brothers to slave traders who take him to faraway Egypt. There he is sold to Potiphar, the captain of pharaoh's army. Joseph continues to stand out and Potiphar eventually puts him in charge of his household. There Joseph meets Asenath, with whom he falls in love. But Potiphar's wife also notices Joseph, and one night after attempting to approach him, Joseph is falsely accused of harming her. He is thrown into prison where he remains for a number of years until one day pharaoh needs him to interpret a dream that has been torturing him lately. Joseph interprets pharaoh's dreams which represent a famine in Egypt, and pharaoh is so impressed that he makes Joseph the second most powerful man in the land in order to prepare the country for the famine. Joseph meets Asenath again and they marry. It is during this time when he is reunited with his family who come to Egypt for food.
Animated film by DreamWorks made for video, made in the same style as the successful "The Prince of Egypt" (USA, 1999).
|Sex Files: Ancient Desires|
Regina Russell, Jenna Bodnar, Daniel Anderson, Steve Curtis
An archaeologist accidentally unleashes an ancient goddess of sexual slavery ("Queen Mummy"). She instantly uses her powers of passion to make him her slave, and then she discovers his wife. Now armed with two slaves, her long-dormant powers are stronger than ever, and she begins her reign of desire. Searching for more and more victims to quench her insatiable lust, it becomes more apparent that the world can not survive her sexuality and she must be stopped and forced into her lonely tomb.
Episode from the 14-part video-series "Sex Files" (1998-2001), a series of feature-length softcore movies involving aliens, ghosts and other paranormal phenomena. The film's setting contains some Egyptian elements, without really committing to an Egyptian context.
|L'Amulette du Pharaon|
TV-series Argaï: La prophétie
New York 2075. The evil Queen Dark rules the world and by casting a spell upon girls she remains alive forever. Prince Argai from 1250 a.d. is furious when he discovers his fiancee Angel has been enchanted; a lightning flash sends him to 2075 where he discoveres that a book of prophecies exists that details every ingredient they need for the potion to rescue Angel. In the episode "L'Amulette du Pharaon" his search for the second ingredient brings them to Egypt, in the Middle Ages, tracing a magic pharaonic amulet.
Part 8 of the animated SF adventure series "Argaï: La prophétie", which ran a total of 26 episodes.
|Cleopatra: The Dream of Any Farao|
Daniel Flyt, Denise Braga, Leonardo Martins
A young man completely in love with the famous Egyptian Queen Cleopatra asks the "Oracle of Bes" the Egyptian God, to help him realize his dreams, and take him back in time and into the pyramid to be with his beloved Cleopatra, and then he discovers that for everything there is a price.
Hardcore porn movie.
TV-series Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
Directed by Steve Loter
While on an archeological expedition studying "Planet X", the Little Green Men stumble upon the quasi-Egyptian resting place of an ancient powerful being called Natron the 1st and unwittingly bring him back to life. Now it is up to Buzz and his team to battle the powerful mummy who is capable of draining a human's lifeforce!
Episode 61 of a series of 62 episodes of the animated sci-fi series "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command", which features the hero Buzz Lightyear from the animated movies "Toy Story" (USA, 1995) and "Toy Story 2" (USA, 1999).
TV-series The Lost World
Peter McCauley, Rachel Blakely, William Snow
Deep in the jungle, adventurers Marguerite, Challenger and Malone come upon a half-buried, mummified corpse. They are shocked when it shows signs of life. They learn the would-be corpse, Ramses XIII, is Egyptian royalty. He weaves a tale about a wonderful kingdom with untold riches and how he was to become king. He then enlists our heroes in a plan to reclaim the throne he says has been stolen from him by his sister, Nefertiti. After agreeing to help, the three discover there is more to the dispute than Ramses is revealing. He rules with an iron fist, enslaving his former enemies. He blinds his sister, and leave her to die. Marguerite, Challenger and Malone help her escape. The adventurers decide they must defeat Ramses by convincing the true heir, Nefertiti, to accept the responsibility of rule, and helping her regain control. Meanwhile, Summerlee is relentlessly pursued by a T-Rex after she mistakenly believes him responsible for the death of her babies. Roxton and Veronica must help their friend or perish with him as a T-Rex lunch. (source: www.tv.com)
Episode 18 from the television series "The Lost World". Based on the 1912 novel by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (best known for Sherlock Holmes). The series ran for three seasons between 1999 and 2002.
|Princes et Princesses|
Arlette Mirapeu, Philippe Cheytion, François Voisin (voices)
This animated cartoon by French animator Michel Ocelot is subdivided in 6 stories. The story "Le Garçon des figues" (The Fig Boy) plays in ancient Egypt. There, a farmer boy lives in a fig tree, which is all that he has. He takes a fig that blooms each morning to queen Hapshetsut and she is so taken by the succulence of its taste she showers great riches on him. But the palace intendent is enraged by this and schemes to find a way of stopping the boy. The fairytale telling and animation are delightful and beautiful in style. The animated figures are shown only as silhouette shapes, a so-called 'theatre d'ombre'.
|King Ramses' Curse|
TV-series Courage the Cowardly Dog
Directed by John Dilworth
Courage finds a slab that belonged to a dead guy named King Ramses. A guy named Professor Flith comes and says the slab belongs in the museum. However, Eustace (knowing it's worth a lot) won't give it to him. So, the ghost of King Ramses comes and causes plagues to happen that won't stop until Eustace returns the slab to the museum. The first is a flood, the second is loud music, and the third is locusts. The slab is finally returned, but Eustace is now possessed by King Ramses, as punishment for his greediness. (source: tv.com)
Episode 7 from the animated tv-series "Courage the Cowardly Dog", which ran for 53 episodes between 1999 and 2002. For another episode with ancient Egyptian content, see "Courage Meets the Mummy" (USA, 2001).
|Curse of the Mummy|
TV-series Angela Anaconda
The gang's on another field trip, this time to the local museum. An exhibit on ancient Egypt is clearly the most exciting. Nanette gets so excited over ancient gold, she knocks Angela into a mummy. The mummy topples onto Angela. Normally, this wouldn't be a bad thing, except in this instance, the mummy is cursed. Since Angela touched the mummy, everyone assumes that she's cursed, too, and wants nothing to do with her. Only Johnny, Gordy and Gina believe that their pal is curse-free. They all agree to help Angela. But all too soon, Angela's hit with some unfortunate coincidences, aka bad luck, and her friends desert her, too. If her life seems like it couldn't get any worse, it does. Angela's partnered with Nanette to do a science project. Nanette gets enraged over this turn of events, and, while throwing a fit, bumps into Angela. Normally, this wouldn't be a bad thing, except in this instance, Angela's cursed. Since Nanette touched Angela, the curse passes on to her. Now it's Nanette who everyone stays away from! (source: toonarific.com)
Episode from the animated tv-series "Angela Anaconda", which features a unique cutout animation technique. It revolves around the pre-teen adventures of an eight-year-old girl named Angela as she combats the trials and tribulations of school life. More than 120 episodes were made.
|Maria figlia del suo figlio|
Yaël Abecassis, Nicholas Rogers, Nancho Novo
This biblical film, which follows the texts of the Holy Scriptures to the letter, is the story of Jesus as seen through the eyes of Mary. There is an episode in Egypt, where Jesus comes into contact with Egyptian priests.
|Queen of Denial|
TV-series The Wild Thornberrys
Directed by Frank Marino
The Thornberrys are in Egypt to film the elusive Caracal cat. While Marianne and Nigel go off on a camel to film Eliza, Tyler and Darwin go exploring. While wandering through the desert they fall into an ancient burial chamber. Eliza and Tyler will have to work together to avoid the booby traps that have been set to discourage grave robbers. Meanwhile Debbie is convinced she is a descendant of Cleopatra. (source: IMDb)
Episode 63 of the animated tv-series The Wild Thornberrys, which ran for 4 seasons between 1998 and 2004. The series follows the adventures of a fictional wildlife-documentary-making family, the Thornberrys, and particularly of Eliza Thornberry, who can talk to animals.
|The I Want My Mummy Syndrome|
TV-series Men In Black: The Series
An ancient Egyptian mummy escapes from a museum. However, it turns out to be a Hyperion scout who was trapped in stasis. He opens a galaxy gateway for a Hyperion horde. 'Men in black' Jay and Kay try all in their power to do semething about it.
Episode from the television animated series 'Men In Black - The Series', a spin-off of the original 1997 science fiction movie 'Men in Black' (based on the comics series by Aircel Comics). The series aired on the Kids' WB for four seasons from 1997 through 2001.
|Death by Gossip|
TV-series Hollywood Off Ramp
Gossip columnist Edward Dexter refuses to not publish a story about a Hollywood actress that got pregnant out of wedlock and had an abortion. The actress then places an Egyptian curse on him and then commits suicide. Afterwards, Dexter starts being haunted by whispers. (source: tv.com)
Episode from the series "Hollywood Off Ramp" that examines an other-worldly Hollywood filled with unexpected, bizarre circumstances. The series ran for only one television season from 2000 to 2001.
|Dust to Dust|
TV-series The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne
Michael Praed, Francesca Hunt, Michel Courtemanche, Chris Demetral
A sarcophagus containing the remains of Nepka, an Egyptian high priest, is being transported to New York by Phileas Fogg for his old schoolmate, Professor Alexander Douglas, and an unusual woman, Adriana Locke. It becomes clear that Phileas has fallen under the spell of Adriana when he shows no interest in the mysterious deaths surrounding the sarcophagus. Jules, Rebecca, and Passepartout investigate, discover Adriana's evil intent, and defeat her purely. (source: tv.com)
Episode from the science fiction television series "The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne". It follows the theory that Jules Verne did not merely write the stories behind his famous science fiction classic books but actually experienced these adventures personally. A total of 22 episodes were made.
|The Pharaoh's Curse|
Jon Eric, Luke Savage, Rick Chase
Pharaoh has a hunger for sex and has brought to him peasants which will turn out to be his sex toys. His hunger is more heightened when he is wearing his 'sex suit', or with any who come in contact with it. When the suit comes up missing the pharaoh puts a curse on it and vows to return to avenge himself. (source: adapted from adultdvdtalk.com)
Gay porn movie made for the DVD and video market.
|József és Testvérei|
Gábor Nyári, Beáta Bóka, György Krámer, Pál Szepesi
Made-for-television musical version of the biblical story of Joseph, who was sold into slavery by his jealous brothers, but who rose to become vizier and the second most powerful man in Egypt next to Pharaoh.
|The Case of the Risky Relic|
TV-series Daring & Grace: Teen Detectives
Jeremy Guilbaut, Kristin Booth, Guy Bannerman
Professor Cyril Edwards, a leading authority on ancient Egypt, falls into a coma while working with a puzzling relic. When Dick and Tracy are put on the case, they're sucked into a study of the occult and ancient Egyptian history in search of the cause of Professor Edwards' mysterious illness (source: IMDb).
Episode 9 from the children's television series "Daring & Grace: Teen Detectives", about the kids of a private detective in hiding who run the detective agency in his absence. The series ran for 13 episodes in the year2000.
|The Mummy Returns|
Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Patricia Velazquez, The Rock, Oded Fehr
10 years after the events of the first film, Rick O'Connell is now married to Evelyn and the couple have settled in London, where they are raising their 9-year-old son Alex. When a chain of events finds the corpse of Imhotep resurrected in the British Museum, the mummy Imhotep walks the earth once more, determined to fulfill his quest for immortality. But another force has also been set loose in the world ... one born of the darkest rituals of ancient Egyptian mysticism, and even more powerful than Imhotep. When these two forces clash, the fate of the world will hang in the balance, sending the O'Connells on a desperate race to save the world from unspeakable evil, and rescue their son before it is too late. (source: www.sequelbuzz.com)
|Lust in the Mummy's Tomb|
Misty Mundae, Patty Perturbed
Delectable nymph and university student Misty Mundae is on holiday at her father's estate. Following a sensual and luxurious morning shower, Misty makes a shocking discovery. There, in a secret study, is the remains of the mummy I-Hop-Shank, recently stolen from the City Museum. Unable to curb her naughty girlish curiosity, Misty begins caressing the ages-dead mummy hoping that her young and lustful vigor will bring it back to life. Soon Misty is aroused to the breaking point, but she cannot believe her eyes when I-Hop-Shank awakens, drawing his first breath in millennia. Revived by the virginal, pleasure-flushed beauty before him, the mummy musters his strength and lumbers after Misty. He must have her! Barely escaping his clumsy advances, Misty learns that the study also hides a voluptuous Egyptian princess - 100% alive and 110% in need of Misty's scrumptious body. Always wanting to study Ancient Civilizations in a more intimate and hands-on way, Misty "jumps" at the opportunity, and female eroticism has never been explored so thoroughly. (source: www.seductioncinema.com)
One of a whole series of Misty Munday video porno movies. See also "Mummy Raider" (2000).
|The Mummy: The Animated Series|
Jim Cummings, Grey DeLisle, Nicholas Guest
Set one year after The Mummy Returns, this WB series follows the adventures of Alex O'Connell and his archaeologist parents, as The Mummy tracks them down.
|The Mummy Parody|
Snoop Doggy Dogg, Oded Fehr, Rob Schneier
A "Mummy Returns" spoof.
|Belphégor: Le Fantôme du Louvre|
Sophie Marceau, Michel Serrault, Julie Christie
In 1935, a French archaeologist discovers a perfectly intact tomb. However, there’s something unusual about this mummy... Its identity on all objects has been removed, as if someone wanted to sabotage the soul’s journey into the afterlife. When the mummy is transported by ship to the Louvre Museum in France, nearly the whole crew dies under mysterious circumstances… Seventy years later, as the mummy is run through a CAT scan, mysterious power outages begin to occur at the Louvre and throughout the neighboring vicinity, and soon guards at the museum begin to die. Could this be the mummy’s spirit returning? When a girl living across the street follows her cat into the museum, the spirit takes over her body. She begins stealing the new Egyptian relics, believing them to be rightfully hers. As the collection begins to shrink, a renowned detective is brought out of retirement to assist in solving the case.
Based on the 1965 French TV series, Belphegor, throwing in dashes of the current Hollywood Mummy movies for good measure.
|The Reel Thing|
TV-series Relic Hunter
Tia Carrere, Christien Anholt, Lindy Booth
Sydney and Nigel discover relics of Egyptian pharaoh Amun the Second, whose treasure-laden burial chamber was thought to have never been found, while serving as technical advisors on a movie. But why are the priceless artifacts he wanted to take into the afterlife on a film set in England? Sydney and Nigel must unravel the mystery of a decades-old double-cross and theft.
Episode 33 of the "Relic Hunter" tv-series. In this series box office superstar Tia Carrere leads the hunt for the world's most fabled lost treasures and rare stolen artifacts. Several episodes that deal with ancient Egyptian objects are listed on this site.
|Out of the Past|
TV-series Relic Hunter
Tia Carrere, Christien Anholt, Lindy Booth
Sydney and Nigel laugh it off when Claudia claims to have known Cleopatra in a past life. They begin to listen when her claims reveal a secret compartment in the Egyptian queen's golden jewelry box. Claudia's memories lead to Alexandria, and they begin to hunt for a 50-carat diamond necklace given to Cleopatra by Marc Antony. Back at the university, Nigel has to face down University Auditor Maxine Schneider with unexpected results.
Episode 35 of the "Relic Hunter" tv-series. In this series box office superstar Tia Carrere leads the hunt for the world's most fabled lost treasures and rare stolen artifacts. Several episodes that deal with ancient Egyptian objects are listed on this site.
|The Pharaoh Project|
John Macurdy, Charles Cooper
Pharaoh Ramses and a bunch of other historical power-rulers are back. Now they want to rule again, and only one man can stop them…
Apart from the title and figure of "pharaoh Ramses" there is nothing else of Egyptological interest in this film.
|Diary of a Teenager|
Ahmed Ezz, Mohamed Rageb, Hend Sabri
One of the most controversial Egyptian movies ever made. An adult teen drama about Gameela a dreamy girl with two lives. A real unsatisfying life with on the edge of divorce parents and a strict mother. Her other life is as Cleopatra having a love affair with Anthony. But she happens to meet the guy at the real life and have a true love affair. But with her strict mother, her best friend being jealous of her trying to destroy the affair, her wealthy spoiled rich boy trying to seduce her, and having her other friends' sexual experiences with the tragic ending as a bad example. The problem explodes when the affair goes to sexual levels. (source: IMDb)
|The Kingdom of Bones|
TV-series Murder Rooms
Ian Richardson, Charles Edwards, Jessica Brooks
When the public unwrapping of an allegedly ancient Egyptian mummy turns out to reveal the fresh corpse of a contemporary gentleman, it is clear to Dr. Joseph Bell and Conan Doyle that foul play is at hand.
Murder Rooms is a BBC mystery series that tells the fictional account of the crimesolving adventures of Arthur Conan Doyle, the author of the Sherlock Holmes stories, in the years before he became famous. The series had its first season in the year 2000, followed by a second season in 2001. This episode 1 of the second season involves a typical 19th century public unwrapping of an Egyptian mummy.
|Lara Croft: Tomb Raider|
Angelina Jolie, John Voight, Iain Glen
Video game adventurer Lara Croft comes to life in a movie where she races against time and villains to recover powerful ancient artifacts. (source: IMDb)
Egyptian elements are limited to hieroglyphs on walls, providing an adventurous Egyptian tomb-like look and feel to the surroundings.
|Isis & Osiris|
Christopher Jacot, Meredith Henderson
Double episode (#9 and #10) of the television series "MythQuest" which ran for 13 episodes. MythQuest features two teen characters, Alex Bellows and his wheelchair bound sister Cleo. They have discovered a wondrous secret that could unravel the cosmic struggle between good and evil. A computer screen functions as a gateway to the kingdom of myths, a gateway into which their own father, a celebrated archeologist, has disappeared. Now on a quest to find him, Alex and Cleo must test their own heroism as they cross into a cyberworld of mythic imagination. In this double episode Alex goes into an Egyptian myth and look for the sarcophagus Cleo saw her father by in her vision. Once there, Alex finds himself as Osiris, the king of the Egyptian gods. Unfortunately, he arrives right in the middle of a plot by his jealous brother Seth to kill him and discovers the very thing he is looking for is the thing he must stay away from if he wants to stay alive!
Martina Colombari, Iskra Angelova, Marie Bäumer
Young man Leo travels through the legendary Egyptian city of Kor in search of his ancestors. He is the son of an Egyptian priest who was killed for loving a princess. Ruler of the city is princess Ayesha, also known as "She". Ayesha happens to be the same woman Leo's father fell in love with many years ago, and she seems not to have aged at all. Ayesha believes Leo is the reincarnation of the priest she once loved.
Based on H. Rider Haggard's classic adventure novel "She" from 1887. Filming is somewhat reminiscent of campy 1970's schlock sci-fi.
|Der Fluch der Mumie|
TV-series Kommissar Rex
Art gallery owners Egon Limbach and Roman Forster are offered the incredible amount of 10 million dollars for a stolen Egyptian mummy that they just sold to someone else. They decide to make a fake mummy as a replacement, but where to get a suitable body?
Episode 102 of the long running German television series "Kommisar Rex" about the adventures of a police dog called Rex.
|Jetzt bin ich dran, Liebling!|
Anja Kruse, Jochen Horst
Egyptologist Delia has to choose between her own career and that of her husband Jost. She has just been offered a dream job in an Egyptology Institute in Berlin, but at the same time Jost has been promoted to manager of the building company he has worked for in the past few years. If she is to take the job, they will have to move from the quiet countryside to big city Berlin and Jost will have to find a new job. This, of course, puts their relationship under considerable strain.
Dan Harrod, Christian Matzke, Michael Kristan
A traveling show led by the mysterious Nyarlathotep, of ancient Egyptian descent, comes to the city of Arkham. A young Egyptologist discovers that neither the show nor the showman are quite what they seem.
Low budget 13-minute short film based on the original eponymous short story from 1920 by H.P. Lovecraft: "And it was then that Nyarlathotep came out of Egypt. Who he was, none could tell, but he was of the old native blood and looked like a Pharaoh. The fellahin knelt when they saw him, yet could not say why. He said he had risen up out of the blackness of twenty-seven centuries, and that he had heard messages from places not on this planet".
|Le Secret de la Pyramide|
TV-series Oggy et les Cafards
Directed by Olivier Jean Marie
Oggy's trip in Egypt takes the usual twist when the cockroaches show up to cause mayhem. However, the chase takes themselves and Oggy into a time vortex inside a pyramid, leading to ancient Egypt. There our blue feline is taken into slave labour, whereas the roaches are all treated like Emperors.
Episode 73 from the French animated series "Oggy et les Cafards" (Oggy and the Cockroaches) about Oggy, a content and lazy, albeit very tender fat blue cat. He would usually spend his days watching TV and cooking, if it wasn't for three pesky roaches in the household who seem to enjoy making Oggy's life miserable. English title of this episode: "Pharonuf".
|The Dark Side 3|
Claudia Singer, Lynn Stone, Mandy, Sophie Evans
The search for the Dark Side continues as Virtualia and a host of horny harlots take us on a sizzling sexcursion to the Sahara. Shot on location (?) among the deserts and pyramids of Egypt, we are presented by the frenzied hardcore sex action. Not a single opportunity is missed to show exactly what the girls are capable of.
Lesbian porn movie made for the video market by Private. Fifth episode from the " Virtualia" video series and the third in the Dark Side sequence.
TV-series Jackie Chan Adventures
Archaeologist and adventurer Jackie Chan has a run-in with nasty relic hunter Vanessa Barone after he discovers a necklace called "Eye of Aurora" possessing magical teleportation powers. This necklace was once owned by an ancient Egyptian princess named Aurora, who received it from a sorcerer.
Episode from the animated series "Jackie Chan Adventures", chronicling the fictionalized adventures of action film star Jackie Chan. He is an archaeologist, martial arts expert and a rather reluctant secret agent. With help from his niece Jade, his grumpy old uncle and his friend Captain Black he saves the world from evil forces that attempt to use magical artifacts to rule the world. The series ran for 95 episodes from 2000 until 2005.
TV-series So Weird
Patrick Levis, Eric Lively, Mackenzie Phillips
When visiting an Egyptian museum, Annie encounters a cat who once belonged to an Egyptian Princess who now wants her beloved pet back.
Episode 19 from the third season from the youth series "So Weird", a sort of lightened X-Files for the younger featuring (at least in the third season) a girl named Annie and her encounters with the paranormal.
|The Stackhouse Filibuster|
TV-series The West Wing
The president's staffers, most of whom have weekend plans, are blindsided when an elderly senator begins Friday-night filibuster on a bill they had thought was a done deal. Meanwhile, Toby is puzzled when the Vice President, normally known as a champion of the oil industry, volunteers to attack it for price gouging. Assistant CJ tries to locate a valuable Egyptian cat goddess statue given to the President on a visit to Cairo, but accidentally breaks it, and fears that the ancient Egyptian cat goddess Bast has cursed her.
Episode from the highly acclaimed television series "The West Wing" which ran for 156 episodes between 1999 and 2005. The sequence involving the status of the cat goddess is the so-called C-story of the script which is usually lighter in tone than the A (main) and B (subcharacter) stories and serves as comic relief.
|Jack Brown and the Curse of the Crown|
Owen Teale, Daniela Nardini, John Standing, Honor Blackman
The mythical crown of Cleopatra is known to be able to convey enormous power to its wearer. Movie star Madeleine Duboit wants to commission ex-security expert Jack Brown to 'borrow' the crown from the British Museum so she can play her big final role. At the same time vain and pompous businessman Seldon Gotti offers Jack an enormous sum of money to steal the crown to fulfil his dreams of world domination. As a man of morals, Jack turns them both down, but a series of threats soon leads him to a showdown at Gotti's lair.
|De Vloek van de Mummie|
TV-series Samson en Gert
Danny Verbiest, Gert Verhulst, Walter de Donder, Koen Crucke
The mayor and Van Leemhuyzen organize an Egyptian exposition, starring a mummy, but just that happens to be missing from the sarcophagus. Alberto is furious when he's denied the part of fake mummy, paid for with 5 cream cakes, because he could barely fit in the coffin. So he dresses up as a cursed mummy to steal the cakes. Gert catches on and retorts. (source: IMDb)
"The Mummy's Curse" is an episode from the Belgian (Flemish) children series "Samson en Gert" about a man and his friend, a dog who can speak, and is characterized by a stream of running gags. The successful series ran from 1990 until 2005 for more than 750 episodes.
|The Spoilt Prince of Egypt|
TV-series Vampires, Pirates and Aliens
The Blods' household is thrown into chaos when an Egyptian mummy prince comes to stay.
Episode from the children's animated television series "Vampires, Pirates and Aliens", based on a the book by Colin Hawkins and Jacqui Hawkins. The series follows the everyday life of the vampire family 'The Blods' in nocturnal suburbia.
Daniel Goddard, Jackson Raine, Bruce Spence
Dar and Tao must save the world from destruction when the evil ancient Egyptian god Anubis is accidentally released from his rock prison in a forest.
Episode from the Canadian television series "BeastMaster" that follows the sword and sorcery adventures of a wandering adventurer who has the ability to communicate with animals. Loosely based on the 1982 film "The Beastmaster" the series ran for 66 episodes from 1999 to 2002.
|The Methos Chronicles|
While travelling to Tokyo, the immortal Methos hears of the discovery of a tomb near Aswan in Egypt. It appears to contain a sarcophagus that Mythos used 3000 years ago to bury pharaoh Djer alive as vengeance for the death of his wife. In a bid to prevent Djer, also an immortal, from escaping, Methos hurries to Egypt but is arrested. He manages to convince the lead archaeologist Dr. Mina Abadi to give him access to the sarcophagus. However, Djer escapes and Methos now has to confront his ancient enemy in modern day Cairo.
Flash animation series of 9 one minute episodes, created for internet by Davis-Panzer Productions and based on the adventures of the Methos character from "Highlander: The Series".
|Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase|
Directed by Jim Stenstrum
Scooby-Doo and the gang are trapped in a video game where they meet the cyber gang who just look just like them. While haunted by a phantom virus they follow Scooby Snacks through various levels. The 7th level brings them to ancient Egypt with mummies, Egyptian Gods, and camels.
Fourth of a series of direct-to-video animated films based on Hanna-Barbera's Scooby-Doo Saturday morning cartoons. It is recognized as the last "official" Hanna-Barbera production, before Warner Brothers fully absorbed the studio after the passing of founder and creator William Hanna in 2001. It features the Mystery, Inc. gang, which includes Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Freddy, Daphne and Velma.
|La Daga de Rasputín|
Antonio Resines, Jesús Bonilla, Antonio Molero
Forged in ancient Egypt, Dagger of Rasputin is a legendary jewel that gives almost absolute power to its possessor. Caesar, Attila and Napoleon were some of their illustrious owners. The track of jewel is lost in Russia, with the death of its last owner, the mad monk Rasputin. Since then, governments and powerful people have searched in vain (srouce: IMDb).
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