Production info

Tomb It May Concern
USA, 2006  TV  

TV-series Tom and Jerry Tales

Jerry discovers the secret tomb of an ancient Egyptian cat known as King Rameses III of Apepee. Tom follows Jerry and discovers it as well, but while searching for him, Jerry hides in a mummy's coffin, which Tom opens. This angers the mummy inside, who chases the two. Then the tomb breaks into pieces after they open a brick and Jerry is congratulated for excavating the lost treasure. (source: wikipedia.org)

Episode from the Tom animated television series "Tomb and Jerry Tales" which ran from 2005 until 2008. Original 1940-1950's Tom and Jerry co-creator Joseph Barbera served as an executive producer before his death (2006).


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