Tales from the Crypt (1989–1996)
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Creep Course 

A bookworm is tricked by a jock and her devious Egyptology professor to be the virgin sacrifice to an ancient mummy in the teachers basment.



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Episode complete credited cast:
... Prof. Finley
... Reggie Skulnick
... Stella Bishop
... Crypt Keeper (voice)
... Detective Connors
... Dean Edna Cume (as Rae Norman)
... The Mummy


Stella Bishop is a full blown geek taking a course on Egyptian mythology led by the pompous Professor Finley, who also happens to be a collector of Egyptian antiquity and one undead, horny mummy! Little does Stella know that she's intended to be the target [sacrifice] for his undead living collectible and is soon wooed by the charismatic Reggie, who has his own sinister plans. In the end, who will be the one to survive this Creep Course? Written by daniel gonzalez

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10 November 1993 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Tales from the Crypt Theme
Composed by Danny Elfman
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one of the best...
18 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

...if not the best episode of t from the c ever. As much as i hate it when people make these lists (cos i always disagree with their rankings), there really never was an episode i disliked so there is nothing to disagree with so...(i love elipses)...

best episodes of TfromtheC ever 1. dig that cat he's real gone - joey pants, arliss, circus theme, solid gold 2. creep course - an extremely close 2nd, jeffrey jones, that jackass from the brat pack, sex with mummies! excellent 3.man who was death - should be called the man who was the crypt, will sadler made this show with this pilot (?), he's just great start to finish every single line. and electro-drowning. and the soundtrack of the century by ty cooter(jim jarmusch's dead man) 4.split second - if only for the chainsaws, chainsaws, chainsaws. 5.TIE- three's a crowd - personal favorite but may not hold up to public scrutiny. the thing from the grave - Classic...


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