The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines

Synopsis: After retrieving the Crystal Skull in Utah, Flynn Carsen receives a map in the mail with the secret location of King Solomon's Mines. When the scroll is stolen, Judson explains the power of the Key of Solomon's book and assigns Flynn to retrieve the map. The map is useless without the legend piece to decipher it, which is located in Volubilis near the Roman ruins in Morocco. Flynn heads to Casablanca to the ruins where he is chased by a group of mercenaries leaded by General Samir. They too want to find the location of King Solomon's mines. Flynn teams-up with Professor Emily Davenport working in the dig and they escape from General Samir and his men. While traveling to Gedi, they save the local Jomo from death and the trio faces a dangerous journey through the wild Africa.
Director(s): Jonathan Frakes
Production: Electric Entertainment
  Nominated for 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 win & 4 nominations.
92 min

After all these years of searching,

the skull is mine.

Looks like we're too late.

What is that thing?

That is the Crystal Skull. One

of the lost treasures of Atlantis.

Thought to be the most powerful

precognitive medium in the known universe.

It can show you the future

and be incredibly deadly

in the wrong hands.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Where are you going?

I'm going to go down

there. Get that skull.

But there's at least six of

them and there's only two of us.

And they got guns.


This kind of stuff

happens to me all the time.

Let's seal this place off.

Get the hell out of here.

Put the dynamite down there.

You. In the corner. Set it down.

Let's go. Come on.

Let's get out of here, boys. Let's go.

You. Enough.

In the corner. That's it.

Block off the path.

All right, we got it. Now can we go?


Flynn. I don't believe it.

Let's move. Do you know what this is?

It's an authentic Sioux arrowhead.

This means that the Sioux migrated

further west than previously thought.

That's great. I got

five of those back home.

Now can we get out of here?

Just gonna see if I can pry it loose.

Set the charge so we

can blow this place up.

Come on down.


We were-- We were

just... Arrowhead.

They've got the skull. Kill them.

Run, Yellow Hawk.

Come on!

Does this kind of stuff happen

to you all the time, too?

You get used to it.

Easy. Easy. Easy.

Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa.

After them. Get the skull.

I think we lost them.



These rocks.

Don't let them get away.

There's no way out.

We have to turn around.

That's a tamarisk shrub.

Wherever there's a tamarisk,

there's got to be...

What month is it? It's

March, right? What?

Okay. When I say jump, we jump.

Jump? Are you out of your mind?

Let's go.


How did you know?

Tamarisk shrub.

It only grows near rivers.

And Utah's average water level

for March is 5 feet,

three-quarter inches.

So I figured that would be

enough to break our fall.

But it's April.




We should have been

smashed like pancakes.

I guess we got really lucky...


Boy. Boy. Come here. Come here.

I want you to take this

to the post office for me.

Do you understand?

Hurry. Hurry. It's very important.

Now, go. Hurry. Here.

Here. Yeah. Now go. Go.

Hurry, hurry, hurry.

The secret shall be passed.

Whatever you've done

with it, I will find it.

Flynn, you're 1.2 minutes late.

I'll be sure to deduct

that from your pay.

Judson is looking for you downstairs.

Oh, I hope you remembered to

save your receipts this time.

What, did we acquire a new statue?

No, Steve, the guard, accidentally

looked at Medusa's head.

Turned to stone.

Who covers that? Is that health

insurance or Workman's Comp?

This is a place of

business, not your home.

I would appreciate it

if you did not have your

personal correspondence sent here.

Don't you have an apartment?

I have an apartment.

I'm never there. I'm always working.

Well, your landlord called,

and you're late on your rent.

Your mother wants you

to stop by after work.

Oh. And this came for you.


Well, now that I'm done playing

secretary, I have work to do.

And so do you.

Good morning. Lou.

I was sorry to hear about Steve.


Hello? Judson? I'm home.


Not now, okay? I'm not in the mood.

Can you not see that I'm

just a little bit preoccupied?


You want to play? I'll play with you.

Here we go.

Ah! Now I've got you.

You're all washed up.

That's enough for today.

It's best not to use water

analogies with Poseidon's trident.

Judson, I know you've instructed

Excalibur to attack me at will,

but this is a little ridiculous.

It's all part of the plan.

I'm just coming off a mission.

It's part of your training. I

haven't even had a cup of coffee.

And I've been wearing the same

clothes for the last four days,

and I'm wet again. Keeps you sharp.

Besides, you almost had him that time.

Uh, you're using the Shroud of Turin.


Leo, I thought I told you

to put the Shroud away.

Sorry, Judson.

Follow me, Flynn.

Come on. There's something

I want to show you.

Oh, wow.

I don't believe it.

This is a completely

different part of the library.

I'm honored that you'd show it to me.

This is the service entrance.

So, how did, uh, how did Utah go?

One Crystal Skull, as promised.

Well, I think the library's

going to be a much safer home.

Looks like I saved the world. Again.


Barely? What's that supposed to mean?

I heard about the incident

at the burial cave.

You risked your life and almost...

And almost lost the skull.

All because of some artifact.

Oh, that was no ordinary artifact.

That was an authentic Sioux

arrowhead. In Utah, of all places.

And--and where is

the arrowhead now?

Um, well, I lost it, jumping off

a cliff into the Colorado River.

But you should have seen it. It was...

Yeah, your little escapade could have

jeopardized the--the--the whole mission.

Okay, you know, Judson, I've been a

librarian here for over a year now.

And in that time, I have saved

the world from--from magic spears

and time-traveling ninjas

and--and--and everything

else that you can think of.

I think I'm doing a pretty good job.

You have.

Well, then when are you

going to... When are you...

Can you stop playing

for one second, please?

When are you going to start to trust me?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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