Production info

The Mummy
Canada, 2005  TV  

TV-series Prank Patrol

André Simoneau, Fung Ying Man
Directed by David Hansen


Freddie Watkins wants to create an ancient spell that will awaken the undead and unleash it on his best friend. In doing so, he makes a mummy come to life in the Egyptian Museum, but will his friend be prepared for the shock of seeing it come to life?

Episode from the children's television series "Prank Patrol", in which Andy and a team of 'ninjas' help kids pull off the prank of a lifetime on an unsuspecting victim. With the help of talented experts, pranksters convince victims of big-time pranks like incredible super powers, alien landings, or -in this case- a living mummy.

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