Production info

Baby Geniuses and the Treasures of Egypt
USA, 2013

Jon Voight, Skyler Shaye, Jaime Andrews
Directed by Sean McNamara


Big baby, a baby turned bad, busts out of prison and teams up with super-criminal Moriarty. As they are stealing historical artifacts from around the world, the team of Baby Geniuses has to come into action to stop this. A trail of clues leads them to Egypt, where the final confrontation with Big Baby and Moriarty takes place in the Egyptian Museum.

Video film that was released direct to DVD as a sequel to "Baby Geniuses and the Mystery of the Crown Jewels" (2013), both based on the 1999 family-oriented comedy film "Baby Geniuses" and 2004 film "Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2".

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