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The Mummy's Ghost (1944) was a Horror Film directed by Reginald Le Borg and produced by Ben Pivar.

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The Mummy’s Ghost (1944, Reginald Le Borg)

on Sep 1, 2010 From The Stop Button

The Mummy’s Ghost is, with a couple problems, really good for a monster movie (and leagues ahead of Universal’s other 1940s Mummy features). It’s not so much about the Mummy as the victims and the investigation (but the police investigation, not the scientific–and everyone be... Read full article

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Second of Lon Chaney's three MUMMY features, filmed from August 23-September 1, 1943, but not released until June 30, 1944 (copyrighted 1943) .
In the scene where Kharis trashes the Scrips Museum, Lon Chaney drove his fist through real glass, and a shard of it flew up and cut him through his mummy mask in his chin. In this scene, Kharis can be seen bleeding, and it's real blood.
This is one of a very few Universal Horror Classics where the female lead doesn't survive the film.
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