The Mummy (1932) was a Drama - Fantasy Film directed by Karl Freund and produced by Carl Laemmle Jr..
The Mummy Strikes (1943, Izzy Sparber)By Andrew Wickliffe on Oct 3, 2018 From The Stop Button
If it weren?t for the needlessly racist finish from Lois (Joan Alexander), The Mummy Strikes would probably get a pass. Maybe. The action isn?t particularly impressive, but the Egyptian history lesson is pretty cool. Even if it?s all about young King Tush. Jay Morton?s script is (mostly) strong?it, ... Read full article
The Mummy (1959)By Beatrice on Dec 28, 2016 From Flickers in Time
The Mummy Directed by Terence Fisher Written by Jimmy Sangster 1959/UK Hammer Films First viewing/Netflix rental This time Hammer tackles the Mummy franchise. This contains some key elements of 1932’s Universal classic The Mummy,?mainly the great love of the ancient priest Kharis (Christophe... Read full article
The Mummy (1932)on Oct 7, 2016 From Journeys in Classic Film
Originally published October 20th, 2012 Got another review for you today and another from the Universal classic monsters series. ?A bit of back story before we begin: I love the remake of The Mummy, hell I like The Mummy 2 (and I stop there ignoring 3). ?I didn’t realize until several years af... Read full article
Snack-sized Film Reviews: "Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick" and "Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy"By Rick29 on Dec 23, 2015 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
Aaron Slick from Punkin Crick (1952). This Paramount Pictures musical was a last attempt to turn popular singer Dinah Shore into a movie star. She had appeared previously in films with Danny Kaye (Up in Arms) and Randolph Scott (Belle of the Yukon). This one pairs her with Alan Young, who was then b... Read full article
The MummyBy Amanda Garrett on Oct 29, 2015 From Old Hollywood Films
Today, I'm all wrapped up in the horror classic, The Mummy (1932), starring Boris Karloff. This article is part of the Universal Pictures Blogathon hosted by Silver Scenes. Universal Pictures made many exceptional horror films during the 1930's. The Mummy (1932), directed by the great cinemat... Read full article
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Frank Whemple: Stuck in the desert for two months, and was it hot! That tomb...
Helen Grosvenor: What tomb?
Frank Whemple: Surely you read about the princess?
Helen Grosvenor: So you did that.
Frank Whemple: Yes. The fourteen steps down and the unbroken seals were thrilling. But when we came to handle all her clothes and her jewels and her toilet things - you know they buried everything with them that they used in life? - well, when we came to unwrap the girl herself...
Helen Grosvenor: How could you do that?
Frank Whemple: Had to! Science, you know. Well after we'd worked among her things, I felt as if I'd known her. But when we got the wrappings off, and I saw her face... you'll think me silly, but I sort of fell in love with her.
Helen Grosvenor: Do you have to open graves to find girls to fall in love with?
Imhotep: Anck-es-en-Amon, my love has lasted longer than the temples of our gods. No man ever suffered as I did for you.
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This was the first assignment in the director's chair for the noted German cinematographer Karl Freund. He was given this opportunity only two years after arriving in the United States.
The film's poster holds the record for the most money paid for a movie poster at auction: more than $453,500.
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