Production info

King Ramses' Curse
USA, 2000  TV  

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).


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