The Mummy

The Mummy
The Mummy

Year

1932

Duration

73 minutes

Genres

Horror

Language

English

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Synopsis

A classic horror from the 1930s, when the Universal studio developed a name for creating films such as Dracula and Frankenstein. The Mummy stars one of the kings of the genre, Boris Karloff, as the entombed ancient Egyptian priest Im-ho-tep. Thousands of years after his death he is accidently brought back to life by an archeological expedition and, disguised in modern dress, sets about locating his reincarnated lost love in this eerie, subtle film that works its scary spell through atmosphere and tension rather than outright shocks.

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Contains mild horror and violence

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