King Tut-ankh-en-set-amun was revived when lightning hit a very old Egyptian casket in a museum The Pharaoh was in charge of the 10 year old mummy. King Tut may not be so tall, but his personality is very big. So big that he believes he is the ultimate leader the world he is currently living in. Tut meets up with a 12 year old girl, Cleo, and his trusty companion, Luxor. Watch him as he sets out to recover his rightful place in the world. Characters Tutenstein: Tutenstein is a 10-year old mummy, who was brought back to life when lightning hit his coffin. He believes he is still the ruler because he was a Pharaoh three thousand years ago. Will he be able to go about his life as he did then, with the help of his friends Cleo and Luxor? Cleo: Cleo is sort of Tutenstein's keeper. She is twelve years old and always keeping King Tut safe. Cleo Carter vowed never to expose the concealed sec
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Tutenstein is an American children's animated television series, produced by Porchlight Entertainment for Discovery Kids based on the comics by Jay Stephens. The half-hour series features young mummy Tutankhensetamun (based on real-life Tutankhamun and usually called “Tutenstein” as in the title) who is awakened about 3,000 years after his accidental death and now must face the fact that his kingdom is gone. The name is a portmanteau of Tutankhamun and Frankenstein. On October 11, 2008, a TV movie entitled Tutenstein: Clash of the Pharaohs aired on Discovery Kids.
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ABN reported "with regard to the ongoing theme of ancient temples and history found in his animated shows Tutenstein and The Secret Saturdays, [Jay] Stephens quips, “I'm a nerd. I like reading about history and mythology. And the past is full of surprises.” Stephens spent many years developing the show for television, coming up with the new setting and cast of characters that diverged significantly from the original comics. Stephens became the creative consultant of the show, with character designer Fil Barlow reinterpreting the look of the entire series. Barlow was the production designer until his contracted 20 episodes expired and was fired. His successor was his student, Thomas Perkins. The production company, PorchLight Entertainment, which is based in Los Angeles, California, has won Emmys for the first and second seasons of the series. Irish TV production company Telegael, which is based in An Spidéal, Co Galway, also won an Emmy Award for the second season.
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