Production info

Desert Explorer
UK, 1988  TV  

TV-series Huxley Pig


Practising his First Aid bandaging technique reminds Huxley Pig of mummies and ancient Egypt. In a daydream he and his friend Sam find themselves at a souvenir stall in modern day Egypt. There they acquire a supposedly secret map to an undiscovered tomb from con man Horace and set off to explore. Eventually they reach the mummy's tomb where Horace tries to scare them off, but Sam gets even by dressing up as a mummy and thus scares the wits out of Horace.

Episode 21 from the stop-motion animated children's television series "Huxley Pig", based on the picture picture books by Rodney Peppé. It follows a pig who is always is dreaming of exciting professions and adventure.

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