Tut The SecondTut The Second (1985) Season 3 Episode 302- The Littles Cartoon Episode Guide
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- DiC Enterprises, ABC Entertainment
- American Broadcasting Company
- The Littles Episode Guide
- Cartoon Characters: William Little, Helen Little, Grandpa Little, Dinky Little, Mr. George Bigg, Tom Little, Lucy Little, Ashley Little, Slick the Turtle, Mrs. Bigg, Henry Bigg, Mrs. Evans, Uncle Augustus.
- Vocal Talent: Gregg Berger (William Little), Patricia Parris (Helen Little), Alvy Moore (Grandpa Little), Robert David Hall (Dinky Little, Mr. George Bigg), Donavan Freberg (Tom Little), Bettina Bush (Lucy Little), B.J. Ward (Ashley Little), Pat Fraley (Slick the Turtle), Laurel Page (Mrs. Bigg), Jimmy Keegan (Henry Bigg), Mona Marshall (Mrs. Evans), Hal Smith (Uncle Augustus), Candace Craig, Paul Eiding, Jonathan Goldsmith, David Hollander, Irv Immerson, Ken Sansom, Marilyn Schreffler, John Stephenson, Russi Taylor, Frank Welker.
- Directed By Olivier Jean-Marie.
- Produced By Jean Chalopin, Andy Heyward, Tetsuo Katayama (Executive Producers).
- Written By Jack Olesker.
Story Editor: Jeffrey Scott.
- Creative Supervision: Jean Chalopin.
- Based on Books by: John Peterson.
- Developer: Woody Kling.
- Story Editor: Jeffrey Scott.
- Characters Designers: Christian Choquet, Vincent Gassier, Oliver Pillard, Edouard David, Michel Simon.
- Art Direction: Shichirô Kobayashi.
- Storyboard Artist: Douglas Vandegrift.
- Singer, Theme Song: Rachelle Cano.
- Sound Recordist: Paul J. Diller.
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While the Biggs are vacationing in Egypt, Henry is kidnapped by an underground Egyptian sect and taken to Ahum-Tek, a high priest.