Production info

The Mystery of the Mouse Pharaoh's Tomb
Canada/Germany/France, 1998  TV  

TV-series The Country Mouse and the City Mouse

City mouse Emily and country mouse Alexander are on Expedition in Egypt with professor Petrie. They are looking for the tomb of pharaoh Kamose and his friend Ohtep, the mouse-pharaoh. They are in a hurry, because the area where the tomb is supposedly located will soon be flooded by the waters of the Aswan high dam. The daughter of the professor's Egyptian aide, Rabia, is keen on helping them, as she wants to show that girls can do much more than cook and clean. Together they are able to locate the tomb in time to save it from the waters.

Episode 19 of the animated television series "Country Mouse and the City Mouse" that ran for 3 seasons and a total of 52 episodes.

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