After accidentally waking him from a slumber of millennia, Mickey Mouse is forced to follow an eccentric Egyptian mummy around Mouseton and try to keep him from feeling too homesick, even though it seems every form of entertainment the modern world has to offer is inferior to what was available to a pharaoh in Cleopatra's days!
- Tut-Em-Snoozem's mummy is exhibited at the Mouseton Museum of Really Old Stuff.
- Tut-Em-Snoozem was a pharaoh and a contemporary of Cleopatra.
Behind the scenesEdit
This story was first printed on September the 12th, 1994 in the Icelandic Andrés Önd #1994-37, and made its way to English prints less than two weeks later in the British Mickey and Friends #1994-37. It was reprinted in the American Donald Duck #326.
The story gives no explanation for Tut-Em-Snoozem's ability to speak English instantly upon waking up in 1994, nor, indeed, a final answer as to precisely how he wakes up in the first place.