Production info

The Curse of the Pharaohs
USA, 1954  TV  

TV-series Captain Midnight

Richard Webb


Captain Midnight is brought to Egypt by the daughter of an eminent archaeologist. He investigates the archaeologist's mysterious disappearance and the curse of the pharaohs. (source:

Episode 13 from the early television series "Captain Midnight" that follows the adventures of a World War I pilot and his secret squadron. The series was based on a popular radio show that was aired between 1938 and 1949, which was also published as a comic book series from 1942 until 1948, had a series of 15 short movies in 1942 and briefly appeared as a short newspaper strip. The television series ran for only two years and featured 39 black and white episodes.

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