Tut (2015)
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Part Three: Destiny 

Tut sets out against the Mitanni and seeks to destroy the last of his enemies within the palace in order to secure his place in history.


David Von Ancken


Michael Vickerman (story by), Peter Paige (story by) | 2 more credits »

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Episode credited cast:
Ben Kingsley ... Ay
Avan Jogia ... King Tutankhamun
Sibylla Deen ... Ankhe
Alexander Siddig ... Amun
Kylie Bunbury ... Suhad
Peter Gadiot ... Ka
Iddo Goldberg ... Lagus
Nonso Anozie ... General Horemheb
Alistair Toovey ... Nahkt
Steve Toussaint ... King Tushratta
Kaizer Akhtar ... Young Tutankhamun
Geoffrey Burton ... Chief Physician Dagi
Leon Lopez ... Sete
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Russ Bain ... Commander Horemheb
Joni Kamen ... Suhad's Maiden


Tut remounts the throne, but its rocks dangerously as the Mitanni alliance is likely to conquer Egypt, weakened by the plague. His sister-wife lost their heir, his half-blood queen is found among the burnt quarter victims, Tut's wound is diagnosed life-threatening. When the Mitanni crown prince arrives to demand half the kingdom as price for peace and the remainder, the Pharoah ponders his desperate situation, surprisingly declines and stun s everybody by offering the hungry Mittanni alliance supplies instead, starting with a hundred carts. Only the inner circle learns that's a cover for an attack on the Mitanni capital, with an expeditionary army on his trail. Meanwhile court intrigues continue, involving the traitor queen, the vizier and his son and a rebelling by the Amun high priest's clergy army against Tut's plan to rekindle his father's single deity cult is suppressed. Written by KGF Vissers

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21 July 2015 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


The funerary banners do not bear the cartouches of Tutankhamun but those of the later, 19th Dynasty pharaoh Seti I. In addition, the names are associated with the wrong title. The "Sedge and Bee" (throne name) cartouche contains the "Son of Re" name (personal name) Seti, Beloved of Ptah while the "Son of Re" cartouche contains the throne name Men-maat-Re. See more »

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Tutankhamen 3
4 October 2017 | by elo-equipamentosSee all my reviews

In this third and final part the happenings have more information, specially about Tut's tomb and the whole story came from inside this place, every single piece found at Tut's tomb retelling your legendary story....the Boy-King as more known today and why all his life was erased from that time?? Why he disappeared without a trace??


First watch: 2017 / How many: 1 / Source: DVD / Rating: 7

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