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Mummies Alive!

Premier :: 1997-09-01

on Syndicated

Genre :: Animation
7/10


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Summary

In ancient Egypt, an evil sorcerer, Scarab, kills the pharaoh's son, Prince Rapses, so he can use the boy's soul to become immortal. Entombed alive for his crime (Rapses' body was also never found), Scarab revives in the modern world and begins his search for Rapses' reincarnation, a San Francisco-dwelling boy named Presley Carnavon. Rapses' bodyguards, Ja-Kal, Rath, Armon, and Nefer-Tina, rise from the dead to protect him from Scarab. Each of the mummies is aligned with the power of an Egyptian god and are able to call upon it for magical armor and powers to fight superhuman evildoers, although once their strength is exhausted they must rest in their sarcophagi to regain the ability. The mummies also have the power to make horrifying face, usually employed to scare away nosy bystanders. In addition to Scarab, the mummies often had to contend with gods and spirits from Egyptian myth summoned to the modern world, including Anubis, Set, Geb, Apep, Bast, Sekhmet and Bes, usually as part of one of Scarab's schemes that went out of his control.

Latest Episode

Series 1 - Episode 42 - Show Me the Mummy!
Aired - 25 November 1997

Episode summary:

The final episode. Joe has become intent on finding out who and what these Mummies are. He hosts a KKIM radio broadcast asking to hear from those who have had run ins with the Mummies. Many clips from previous episodes are included. He hears from nine people who saw the following: * The fight with the dough monster in Kid Scarab. * The championship fight between Armon and Talos in Body Slam. * Armon saving a hotdog cart in A Dark and Shrieky Night. This is the hotdog merchant calling. * The costume dance in Missing Ja-Kal. * Fighting the huge Scarab in My Dad the Hero. * Fighting Nuhn in High Nuhn. * At Golden Gate park, fighting Apep's gang and then fighting Scarab and the Shabti in Desert Chic. * The Mummies' performance in the Chinatown club in A Dark and Shrieky Night. * Last is Bix Bingsley's story: He kissed one! Three scenes from True Believer.

Watch Episodes Online - Episode Guide

+ Series 1

+ Episode - 42 Show Me the Mummy! Aired - 25 November 1997
+ Episode - 41 We've Got One! Aired - 24 November 1997
+ Episode - 37 My Dad the Hero Aired - 17 November 1997
+ Episode - 36 Who's Who? Aired - 13 November 1997
+ Episode - 35 True Believer Aired - 12 November 1997
+ Episode - 31 Tree O'Clock Rock Aired - 05 November 1997
+ Episode - 30 Eye of the Beholder Aired - 04 November 1997
+ Episode - 29 Monster Truck Mania Aired - 03 November 1997
+ Episode - 23 Kid Scarab Aired - 22 October 1997
+ Episode - 22 Loss of Face Aired - 21 October 1997
+ Episode - 21 Tempting Offer Aired - 20 October 1997
+ Episode - 20 Ghouls' Gold Aired - 16 October 1997
+ Episode - 19 Missing Ja-Kal Aired - 15 October 1997
+ Episode - 18 Sleight of Hand Aired - 14 October 1997
+ Episode - 17 Miscast Aired - 13 October 1997
+ Episode - 15 The Egyp-Tsu Kid Aired - 08 October 1997
+ Episode - 13 Reunion Aired - 06 October 1997
+ Episode - 12 Dog Bites Mummy Aired - 02 October 1997
+ Episode - 10 Paws Aired - 30 September 1997
+ Episode - 9 Body Slam Aired - 29 September 1997
+ Episode - 8 Good Bye Mr. Cheops Aired - 25 September 1997
+ Episode - 7 Dead Man Walking Aired - 24 September 1997
+ Episode - 6 High Nuhn Aired - 23 September 1997
+ Episode - 5 Desert Chic Aired - 22 September 1997
+ Episode - 4 The Gift of Geb Aired - 18 September 1997
+ Episode - 3 Pack to the Future Aired - 17 September 1997
+ Episode - 1 Ra, Ra, Ra, Ra Aired - 15 September 1997

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