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Robert Stuart almost 3 years ago
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Bare wire 5 years ago
The Mummy is a 1959 British Hammer Horror film starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing. Though the title suggests Universal Pictures' 1932 film of the same name, the film actually derives its plot and characters entirely from two later Universal films, The Mummy's Hand and The Mummy's Tomb. The character name "Joseph Whemple" is the only connection with the 1932 version. In 1987, the film was acquired by Warner Bros. In Egypt in 1895, a team of archaeologists, including John Banning (Peter Cushing), his father Stephen Banning (Felix Aylmer) and his uncle Joseph Whemple (Raymond Huntley), are searching for the tomb of Princess Ananka, the princess of Karnak. John is held up by an injured leg while his father and uncle open the tomb. Before they enter, an Egyptian man named Mehemet Bey (George Pastell) appears and warns them not to go in, lest they face dire consequences. Stephen and Joseph ignore him, and within find the sarcophogus of Ananka. When Joseph leaves to tell John the...
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