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King Ramses' Curse/The Clutching Foot 

"King Ramses' Curse" An ancient artifact is stolen from an Egyptian tomb; Courage discovers it buried outside the house. Unfortunately it carries a curse with it, and the Farmer refuses to ... See full summary »

Director:

John Dilworth (as John R. Dilworth)

Writers:

John Dilworth (created by) (as John R. Dilworth), Bill Marsilii | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Marty Grabstein Marty Grabstein ... Courage (voice)
Lionel Wilson ... Eustace (voice)
Thea White ... Muriel Bagge (voice)
Jim Cummings ... Cat Thief #1 (voice)
Paul Schoeffler Paul Schoeffler ... Cat Thief #2 / Nowhere Newsman / Big Toe (voice)
Simon Prebble Simon Prebble ... The Computer / Professor Frith (voice)
Arnold Stang ... Small Toes (voice)
Jason Antoon ... (voice)
Bob Bottone Bob Bottone ... (voice)
Peter Fernandez ... (voice)
Tom McKeon Tom McKeon ... (voice)
Don Peoples Don Peoples ... (voice)
Dennis Predovic Dennis Predovic ... (voice)
Will Ryan ... (voice)
Kath Soucie ... (voice)
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"King Ramses' Curse" An ancient artifact is stolen from an Egyptian tomb; Courage discovers it buried outside the house. Unfortunately it carries a curse with it, and the Farmer refuses to return it, believing he can claim a fortune for it. The curse descends. "The Clutching Foot" Fungal gangsters consume Eustace's body (starting with his foot) and take Muriel hostage which forces Courage to carry out their footwork. Written by Anonymous

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TV-Y7
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Trivia

Paul Schoeffler has two roles in this episode. He lends his voice to one of the two cat thieves who end up getting devoured by the locusts after they bury King Ramses' stolen slab next to the farm's water pump. Schoeffler's other role voicing the Nowhere Newsman who announces about the stolen slab on television. See more »

Goofs

In King Ramses' Curse, Courage swims down to the basement to pull out the plug to let the water out. Courage then swims up the stairs as the water drains. However after the water has drained out, Courage emerges from a dresser drawer. See more »

Quotes

Eustace Bagg: Well, judging by the markings and the obvious age of the relic, I'd have to say it would be... GARBAGE!
Muriel: Eustace!
Eustace Bagg: Garbage! From King Garbage, of the Garbage dynasty!
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References White Heat (1949) See more »

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The Man In Gauze
Written by Jody Gray & Andy Ezrin
Performed by Jody Gray & Andy Ezrin
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King Ramses: The scariest yet most entertaining episode of Courage
30 July 2010 | by bearfaceproductionsSee all my reviews

Back when I was a child, I was too scared to see this episode. King Ramses was presented with a different animation than the one used for the other villains in the series. The eerie voice and physical appearance made the King Ramses episode stand out from the others. Today, I watch king ramses with no fear of him,though I still find him creepy. I came to realize that it was one of the funniest episodes also.

As for the "Clutching foot" it was also funny. Representing the 1970's typical gangster slang. Also the ending was a bit twisted and comical.

But no episode will catch enough interest, like the one "King Ramses Curse" got. Not even "house of discontent"


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Release Date:

21 January 2000 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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