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Writer:

Bud Fisher (comic strip Mutt and Jeff)
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Country:

USA

Release Date:

15 October 1926 (USA) See more »

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Silent
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Redrawn in color in 1974 for "When Funnies Were Funny" TV show. It was retitled "Egyptian Daze" and a funky soundtrack was added. See more »

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Follows The Naturalist (1921) See more »

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Good stuff
9 November 2006 | by dandu386See all my reviews

I have seen a redrawn colorized version of this from Radio and TV Packagers, I haven't seen the original movie but it's good otherwise. The cartoon has Mutt and Jeff going to King Mutt's tomb on their camel. Starting off with gags about them gassing up the camel which I found quite amusing. They finally reach the pyramid and try to distract the guards, I like how in the redrawn version the soundtrack of the guards is sped up. Mutt and Jeff go through some crazy antics fooling the guards by switching mummies and wrapping Jeff up in one. What makes it interesting is that the background music sounds like something off of a 1970's porno, with nice and funky music but it works well with what's going on in the cartoon.


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