After 6 hard years of work in the Valley of the Kings an archeologist by the name of "Howard Carter" (Robin Ellis) finally finds what he believes is the burial place of King Tutankhamun. Extremely excited by this he immediately contacts his sponsor "Lord George Carnarvon" (Harry Andrews) who immediately makes plans to see it for himself in spite of a warning from a medium named "Princess Vilma" (Wendy Hiller) of dire consequences if he travels to Egypt. Likewise, Howard Carter also unearths a medallion which states, "Death will come swiftly to those who disturb the tomb of the king." But neither he nor Lord Carnarvon heed these warnings. What they don't know, however, is that there is a very influential rival by the name of "Jonash Sabastian" (Raymond Burr) who is willing to do anything to prevent their discovery from going public. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this was an okay made-for-television film which managed to capture the 1922 time-period quite well. It also benefited from the fact that it was narrated at certain point to resemble a documentary of sorts. Unfortunately, it suffered from a general lack of suspense which caused certain segments to seem a little monotonous. But all things considered, I thought it was an adequate film for the most part and because of that I have rated it accordingly. Average.