Production info

The Reel Thing
Canada, 2001  TV  

TV-series Relic Hunter

Tia Carrere, Christien Anholt, Lindy Booth
Directed by John Bell

  

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.


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