Production info

Mummy Dearest
USA, 1990

Nina Hartley, Lynn LeMay, Cameo, Jacqueline
Directed by Duck Dumont

The tomb of Akasha, a sexually voracious vixen who lived in ancient Egypt, has just been uncovered by some adventurous archeologists who don't suspect what it is they've found. Akasha's mummy comes back to life and unwraps herself one night, only to be spotted by a plumber. Akasha treats him to a fiery tryst that ends up killing him, and then escapes into the night. An inspector starts looking for the missing mummy, assisted by a host of professors and detectives. Needless to say, along the way there is plenty of action.

Hardcore porno version of the Hollywood mummy flick. Originally issued as a 3-part porno series.


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