Murdoch Mysteries (2008– )
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Evil Eye of Egypt 

When Detective Murdoch investigates a series of deaths linked to an exhibition of Egyptian antiquities, Constable Crabtree is convinced a mummy's curse is to blame.


Don McCutcheon


Michelle Ricci, Maureen Jennings (characters) | 3 more credits »

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Episode complete credited cast:
Yannick Bisson ... Detective William Murdoch
Thomas Craig ... Inspector Thomas Brackenreid
Jonny Harris ... Constable George Crabtree
Georgina Reilly ... Dr. Emily Grace
Lachlan Murdoch ... Constable Henry Higgins
Aidan Devine ... Desmond Rutherford
Athena Karkanis ... Dr. Iris Bajjali
Julian Richings ... Phillip Uxbridge
Keon Alexander ... Fouad Sharif (as Keon Mohajeri)
Jill Frappier ... Mrs. Xavier McAllister
Mike Petersen Mike Petersen ... Professor Alger Greenwood
Gabriel Giammaria Gabriel Giammaria ... Newsboy
Helene Joy ... Dr. Julia Ogden (as Hélène Joy) (credit only)


The release of Constable George Crabtree's (Jonny Harris) adventure novel, The Curse of the Pharaohs, fortuitously coincides with the exhibition of a recently discovered mummy's tomb. At the event, Detective Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) is charmed by Dr. Iris Bajjali (Athena Karkanis), an archeologist involved in the recent discovery. But when one of the other expedition archaeologists opens the sarcophagus for the audience, a cobra strikes and he's killed instantly. Murdoch immediately shuts down the exhibition, taking the casket as evidence. Organizer Desmond Rutherford (Aidan Devine) is outraged, but his ailing associate Phillip Uxbridge (Julian Richings) is relieved. Uxbridge tells Murdoch that everyone involved in the expedition is cursed. Given the research he did for his novel, Crabtree appoints himself the constabulary's ancient Egypt expert and schools his skeptical superior, Inspector Thomas Brackenreid (Thomas Craig), on the sequence of tragedies tied to the famous mummy's ... Written by Shaftesbury

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Crime | Drama | Mystery






English | Arabic

Release Date:

21 June 2012 (Canada) See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Alibi, CITY-TV, CMF-FMC See more »
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Sound Mix:

DTS (DTS 2.0)



Aspect Ratio:

16 : 9
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Did You Know?


In Victorian times, the opening of ancient Egyptian coffins and unwrapping mummies plundered from sarcophagi was a somewhat popular party activity among wealthy collectors of antiquities. At the time there was little thought of preserving historical evidence or reverence for the dead of other cultures. See more »


Phillip Uxbridge: [looking ill, as if in a weird trance] No doctor can save me.
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Superstitions and episode about curses
13 April 2015 | by ctyankee1See all my reviews

This episode is all about curses, mummies and disturbing their bodies.

A presentation of a Egyptian Princess is going on display and for whatever reason the presenters want to open up the mummy case and undo the wrappings of the mummy.

As it is being opened a man gets bit by a cobra that is inside the casket and dies. Later a lady unwraps the gauze like wrapping around the mummies face and dies. A man that looks very sickly and thin like he got aides tells everyone its the curse and to stop the exhibition.

Murdoch has the mummy taken back to the police station and it's kind of odd with all the mystery around the mummy he does not undo the mummy's wrapping.

This episode is so full of stupid ideas of curses and a mystery Egyptian princess. Crabtree writes a mystery book about mummies and because of the deaths his book and the exhibition is getting a lot of attention.

Brackenreid his boss is sick of his superstitions and beliefs in curses, werewolves , zombies and more. He tell Crabtree to get rid of his fans that are coming to the police station to get their book signed by him.

The deaths are solved and there is a logical explanation for the things that caused the peoples deaths.

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