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The Mummy Speaks! was the first story in the audio anthology Charlotte Pollard: The Further Adventuress, produced by Big Finish Productions. It was written by Alan Barnes and featured Paul McGann as the Eighth Doctor and India Fisher as Charlotte Pollard.

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The Carnaval de Paris, 1841. Amid the sideshow tents, the Doctor and Charley discover something truly novel: an Ancient Egyptian mummy that speaks - despite being dead for more than 4,000 years!

But what the mummy has to say translates into terror for the TARDIS twosome... and proclaims doom for the entire world.

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  • Charley is looking forward to having her portrait done by Toulouse Lautrec in Paris.
  • The Doctor mentions his everlasting matches.
  • Napoleon's body was brought back to Paris in December, 1840. He led his forces into Cairo in 1801.
  • The Doctor explains not all the ancient languages are recorded in the TARDIS databank for translation.
  • Cleopatra's time was 1000 years after Khaset.

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