|The Haunted Curiosity Shop|
Directed by Walter R. Booth
An antiquarian is confronted by a several bizarre characters emerging from a cupboard including the top half of an old lady followed by her bottom half, a living mummy whose wrappings fall away to reveal an ancient Egyptian. Then slowly the flesh melts away and only the bare skeleton remains. Three gnomes then emerge and after doing a dance they join to become one. The last appirition is pushed into a jar whereupon a cloud of smoke arises, and through the smoke a head seems to grow larger, causing the old man to flee in terror.
|La Momie du Roi|
Directed by Gerard Bourgeois
The mummy of the King of Ramsees is brought to life by a professor.
Short silent film. English title: "The Mummy of the King Ramsees".
|Wanted, a Mummy|
Directed by A.E. Coleby
A man pretends to be a living mummy.
Short silent film produced by Cricks & Martin.
|Le Roman de la Momie|
Jeanne Grumbach, Romuald Joubé, Jeanne Brindeau, Louis Ravet
While in the tomb of an ancient Egyptian Queen, egyptologist Lord Evandale falls asleep and dreams that he is romantically involved with the Queen during her reign. When he awakes he meets a girl whose features are similar to those of the beautiful ancient ruler.
Based on the story " Le Roman de la Momie" (1857) by Theophile Gautier.
A professor dreams that an ancient mummy comes to life.
Short silent film produced by Urban.
William Garwood, Harry Benham
An electric current accidentally brings a female mummy back to life with decidedly romantic inclinations, much to the surprise of a young Egyptologist and his less than understanding fiancée. (source: IMDb)
Short silent film produced by Thanhauser.
Directed by A.E. Coleby
A man poses as a revived mummy to fool his sweetheart's father.
Jean Aymé, Renée Carl, Jean Devalde
An Egyptian tomb is excavated under the supervision of Napoleon Bonaparte, but one soldier steals a cursed scarab ring from the mummy that causes anyone who possesses it to die. The soldier's sweetheart dreams of a mummy and is then killed by a burglar; an antique dealer obtains the ring and dies with blotches on his arms and a man who buys the ring is shot. An Egyptologist returns the ring back to the mummy causing the ancient's eyes to glow.
|When Soul Meets Soul|
Francis X. Bushman, Dolores Cassinelli, Fred Wolf
The mummy of an Egyptian princess is acquired by her reincarnated lover.
15 minutes silent film.
|The Mummy and the Cowpuncher|
Ruth Roland, John E. Brennan, Otto Lederer
This early western movie is said to feature an Egyptian mummy, though this could as yet not be verified.
Paul Manson, Marguerite Lavigne, Henri Gallet, Madeleine Guitty
|The Egyptian Mummy|
Constance Talmadge, Billy Quirk, Lee Beggs
Connie and Billy are young and in love, but Connie's father does not approve. Billy's contrivances make no headway until the mummy of Ramses III is delivered to the house of her father! (source: IMDB)
Short silent film.
|Oh! You Mummy|
Pearl White, Vivian Prescott, Charles De Forrest
A still photo of actress Pearl White on a camel in front of the sphinx exists, but whether this has a relation to the film "Oh! You Mummy" is still unclear.
|The Dust of Egypt|
Antonio Moreno, Edith Storey, Hughie Mack
After returning home late and drunken from his engagement party, Geoffrey Lascelles is put in charge of an Egyptian mummy by his friend Simpson, an amateur archaeologist. Geoffrey falls asleep and dreams that the mummy revivifies as Amenset, a demanding princess who invades Geoffrey's apartment and then his life. At the home of Geoffrey's fiancée, Violet Manning, Amenset not only wreaks havoc with the butler, Billings, but her jealousy of Violet causes problems as well. Battling the confusion of telephones, matches and other modern inventions, Amenset becomes angry with Simpson and threatens to poison him, but Geoffrey wisely takes the princess back to his apartment before damage is done. Once returned, Geoffrey wakes, thankful to find his adventure nothing but the dust of Egypt. (source: www.afi.com)
From the play by Alan Campbell.
|When the Mummy Cried for Help|
Lee Moran, Eddie Lyons, Victoria Forde
A man disguises himself as a mummy.
|The Live Mummy|
A man poses as an Egyptian mummy in order to fool a scientist.
15-minutes silent film.
Valdemar Psilander, Frederik Jacobsen, Ingeborg Spangsfeldt
The owner of an ancient Egyptian necklace has trouble keeping hold of it as she is pursued by thieves.
The Egyptian scenes were filmed on location among the sand dunes of Denmark's Atlantic coast.
|The Perils of Pork Pie|
Billy Merson, Charles Cohen
A man dreams that he buys a museum in which an Egyptian mummy comes to life and crowns him pharoh of Egypt.
|A Terrible Tragedy|
Oliver Hardy, Billy Bowers, Jerold T. Hevener
Reporter Emile Scribbler discovers a gang of subversives, but they capture him and imprison him in a box. Later when some of the gang members come to retrieve the box they go to the wrong address and steal a professor's Egyptian mummy.
Early Oliver Hardy film, here 24 years old, who was not to team up with Stan Laurel until 1927.
|Mercy, the Mummy Mumbled|
A comedy with a predominantly black cast produced by the white-owned, Chicago-based Ebony Film company. Such films were primarily destined for black-owned theaters across the country. Whether the mummy mentioned in the title is actually Egyptian is not yet known.
|Die Augen der Mumie Ma|
Emil Jannings, Pola Negri, Margarete Kupfer
The painter Albert Wendland is traveling in Egypt when he happens upon a beautiful but shy young Egyptian girl fetching water. Back at the hotel in Cairo with a group of European visitors, Prince Hohenfels expresses interest in visiting the burial tomb of Queen Ma; he is warned against it, since another European went and returned mad. When Albert attempts to question the victim, the man cries out, "The eyes are alive!" Disregarding the warning, Albert visits the tomb; there he meets Radu, an Egyptian who offers to give him a tour. When Wendland sees the living eyes (actually a person standing behind a door), he attempts to open the door but Radu tries to stand in his way. In the ensuing struggle Radu is shot. Behind the door Albert finds the frightened Ma, the same girl he saw fetching water; she tells how she was abducted by Radu and made his slave. Albert takes her with him to Europe. In the meanwhile, Prince Hohenfels finds the wounded Radu in the desert and takes him to Europe as well. Radu vows to find Ma, who is currently living with Wendland and performing as a dancer for a variety show. It is only a matter of time before Radu spots her and plans for a fateful confrontation. (source: www.tcm.com)
English title: "The Eyes of the Mummy". An early film from Ernst Lubitsch, whose success story after his emigration to Hollywood is responsible for some of the better American musicals and comedies.
|Das Rätsel der Sphinx|
Ellen Richter, Erich Kaiser-Titz, Karl Günther
No details about the story are known, but it features characters such as "Amru, an Egyptian", "Prof. Grey, British Museum" and the "mummy of king Menes".
|Tut-Tut and his Terrible Tomb|
Queenie Thomas, Frank Stanmore
This comedy, a spoof on the discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun a year earlier in 1922, has multiple mummies running around.
|The Fortieth Door|
Anna May Wong, Frank Lackteen, Allene Ray, Bruce Gordon
An archaeologist working in Egypt falls in love with a girl who turns out to be the daughter of a missing French general. Ultimately, the young man is forced to hide his love by wrapping her up in the bandages of a mummy he has found to protect her from her stepfather.
10 part serial by Pathé, loosely based on the 1920 Mary Hastings Bradley novel. A reduced 6 episode version entitled "The 40th Door" ran in cinemas outside the US. Such serials were short chapters of a larger story shown in theaters in conjunction with a feature film. Each chapter would be screened at the same theater for one week or at different days of the week and would end with a cliffhanger, so that audiences would have to come back again to see how it continued.
|His Majesty, Bunker Bean|
Matt Moore, David Butler, Dorothy Devore
Bunker Bean, a poor clerk completely lacking in ambition, is convinced by two phony clairvoyants that he is the reincarnation of Ram Tah, an ancient Egyptian pharaoh. Feeling his own worth for the first time in his life, Bunker buys a phony mummy from the clairvoyants and starts to romance Marie Breede, the beautiful young daughter of his employer. She proposes to him, and they become engaged; but when Bunker's dog tears apart the mummy and reveals it to be a fake, Bunker loses his confidence and wants to call off the nuptials. He keeps his head, however, and gets into a fight with Bert Hollins, his rival for Marie's affections. Bunker wins the fight and, with renewed confidence, prepares to marry Marie, assured of her love and of her father's approval. (source: AFI)
Remade in 1936 with an early role for Lucille Ball. The 1936 version, however, has no Egyptian trappings and is therefore not listed here.
Alyce Ardell, Neely Edwards
Members of an archaeological party drees up as mummies to be able to escape from an ancient tomb.
Comedy short (2 reels).
Boris Karloff, Zita Johann, David Manners
"It comes to life!"
In 1921 a British Museum field expedition in Egypt discovers the mummy of ancient Egyptian prince Imhotep, who was condemned and buried alive for sacrilege. Also found in the tomb is the Scroll of Thoth, which can bring the dead back to life. Unknown with the possible effects, a young and naïve member of the expedition reads the scroll and thus unwillingly brings Imhotep back to life. Years later the mummy sets out to recover the scroll from the archaeologists in order to bring his lost love back to life, an ancient princess who's soul will be reincarnated into modern young woman… the daughter of one of the archaeologists.
This film is considered to be the 'mother' of all mummy films. Fresh and different in its approach of the theme, it paved the way for all later movies about an expedition finding a tomb, awakening the cursed mummy inside, which then sets off to seek revenge. Based on the short story "Cagliostro" by Nina Wilcox Putnam, which was inspired by the life of traveller, occultist and Freemason Count Alessandro di Cagliostro (Giuseppe Balsamo; 1743-1795).
|The Magic Mummy|
Directed by John Foster, Vernon Stallings
Tom and Jerry are police officers, driving around in their car and enjoying listening to some music on their police radio, when they hear a bulletin announcing another theft of a mummy from the local museum. They stumble upon the culprit, a mysterious and ghoulish man who is carrying a coffin through a secret door in a cemetery. They sneak in after him and watch him command the mummy to life; it is a beautiful woman, who he then commands to sing for his audience of skeletal theatre-goers. Tom and Jerry break up the evening and try to escape with the stolen goods, with mixed results. (source: IMDb)
Short animation by John Foster and Vernon Stallings for RKO Radio Pictures. The main characters are named Tom and Jerry, but bear no relation to the later famous cat and mouse.
|My Mummy's Arms|
Shemp Howard, Harry Gribbon, Russell Hicks
Two jerks are assistants on Mr. Smith's archealogical dig for the mummy of Egyptian King Phooey. Shemp learns that the mummy will be displayed in Smith's hotel room, and he disguises himself as Phooey in an attempt to be near Mary, Smith's daughter. Phooey's cult worshippers retrieve the mummy, and when Harry learns that the Egyptian cult will honor Phooey with a month of food and women, he jockies to take Shemp's place. Unknown to both, after one month, the mummy will be reburied where it can never be found again.
19 minute short film, one of the so-called Vitaphone Shorts featuring Shemp Howard from "The Three Stooges" on his own.
A musical comedy about a Brooklyn boy who inherits a fortune from his archaeologist father, but has to go to Egypt to claim it. The Egyptian part is set only in oriental arab settings, though a few ancient Egyptian objects serve for generating laughs. For instance, in one scene Eddie Cantor hides in a standing sarcophagus, where his face replaces that of the mummy.
Bert Wheeler, Robert Woolsey, Barbara Pepper
Two are hired as "excavators" for an archaeological expedition in Egypt. They don't know that their destination is the tomb of King Pharantine which carries a deadly curse that claimed the lives of nine previous explorers. It turns out that the deaths have actually been caused by the sole survivor of the first expedition who wanted all the tomb's treasures for himself.
|We Want our Mummy|
Bud Jamison, James C. Morton, Dick Curtis
The stooges go to Egypt in search of the mummy of king Rootin-Tootin for which a museum will pay a $5000 prize. They wind up in the mummy's tomb where they are harassed by some bad guys after the same objective. The villains, who have kidnapped a professor from the museum, want the jewels buried inside the mummy. When Curly accidentally destroys the mummy, Moe and Larry wrap him in bandages to fool the bad guys. They manage to rescue the professor and retrieve the real mummy of Rootin-Tootin who turns out to have been a midget.
|The Mummy's Hand|
Tom Tyler, Dick Foran, Wallace Ford, George Zucco, Peggy Moran
"Tomb of a thousand terrors!"
Archaeologists in Egypt discover evidence of the hidden burial place of the ancient Egyptian princess Ananka. With funding from an eccentric magician and his beautiful daughter they set out to find the tomb, but accidentally discover doomed Kharis's tomb first. An Egyptian priest who vowed to guard the princess' mummy takes control of the awakened Kharis to kill the party members off one by one.
This first film in a series of Kharis films is by far the best, though it is heavily grounded on story and pictorial material from the original 1932 Mummy film with Boris Karloff. It is often forgotten that in this film not Lon Chaney Jr, but actually Tom Tyler plays the first Kharis. It was his tall and impressive posture that probably won him this role. Tyler was an exceptional athlete who held the American weightlifting title for fourteen consecutive years. He even attended the 1928 Olympics. He was, however, foremost a star in western movies and the Captain Marvel series. He would not continue roles in the horror genre.
|The Mummy's Tomb|
Lon Chaney Jr.,Dick Foran, Wallace Ford, George Zucco, Elyse Knox
Living mummy Kharis travels with high priest Mehemet to America to kill all those who had desecrated the tomb of his beloved Egyptian princess Ananka thirty years earlier.
Sequel to The Mummy's Hand (1940).
|The Man Who Came to Dinner|
Bette Davis, Ann Sheridan and Monty Woolley
A small, but pivotal scene in this comedy movie involves an Egyptian mummy case, where a rival actress for an important role is tricked into standing in the mummy case, which is then quickly closed and shipped off. Based on a 1939 play of the same title by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman, which enjoyed several popular runs in Broadway theaters in the 1940s, and was even revived in 1980 and 2000.
|The Mummy Strikes|
Directed by I. Sparber
"He who disturbs the eternal sleep of King Tush will perish"
An egyptologist is found dead and his assistant convicted of murder, but colleague Dr. Wilson tells reporter Clark Kent his suspicions about the Curse of King "Tush". Can Superman battle the occult forces?
Episode 14 of the classic Superman animation.
|The Mummy's Ghost|
Lon Chaney Jr., John Carradine, Ramsay Ames, George Zucco, Robert Lowery
An Egyptian high priest travels to America to reclaim the bodies of ancient Egyptian princess Ananka and her guardian, living mummy Kharis. Learning that Ananka's spirit has been reincarnated into another body, he kidnaps a young woman of Egyptian descent with a mysterious resemblance to the princess. However, the high priest's greedy desires cause him to loose control of the mummy…
Sequel to The Mummy's Hand (1940), The Mummy's Tomb (1942) and The Mummy's Curse (1944).
|The Mummy's Curse|
Lon Chaney Jr., Virginia Christine
An irrigation project in the rural bayous of Louisiana unearths Kharis the living mummy, who was buried in quicksand 25 years earlier.
Sequel to The Mummy's Hand (1940) and The Mummy's Tomb (1942).
|The Mummy's Foot|
TV-series Your Show Time
Peggy Dow, J. Edward Bromberg
A young writer stumbles across the foot of a mummy that appears to have a strange effect upon him.
TV-adaptation of Théophile Gautier's 1863 novel "Contes fantastiques. Le pied de la momie" is episode 1.4 in the series "Your Show Time".
|The Egyptian Mummy Case|
TV-series Dick Tracy
Ralph Byrd, Charles Evans, Noel Cravat
Dick Tracy hides in an Egyptian mummy case in order to trap museum thieves, but faces death when the mummy case in which he's hiding is about to be thrown into an incinerator.
Episode from the 1950-1951 adventure television series "Dick Tracy" (39 episodes), based on the famous comic strip and starring Ralph Byrd. This series closed a whole range of Dick Tracy movie appearances with Byrd, which had started back in 1937.
|The Tomb of King Tarus|
TV-series Tales of Tomorrow
Walter Abel, Charles Nolte, Richard Purdy
When three archaeologists open an ancient Egyptian tomb, they find an ancient king mummified but still alive after 4,000 years. In a panic one of the team shoots the mummy in the sarcophagus -- dead. Next to the body they find bottle with a fluid that they believe made it possible for the king to survive for so long. A fight erupts over who is to have this fluid, during which two get killed and only one archaeologist remains. However, by touching the bottle they have activated a curse that reseals the tomb...
Episode from the anthology science fiction series "Tales of Tomorrow" that ran ABC from 1951 to 1953 for 85 episodes. The episodes featured guest performances by manous famous stars, among others horror and mummy legends Boris Karloff and Lon Chaney Jr.
|Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy|
Bud Abbott, Lou Costello
"It has been said that a man's best friend is his mummy... They're back--in their mummy's arms!"
In Egypt Peter and Freddie find the archaeologist Dr. Zoomer murdered before they can return to America. A medallion leads them to a crypt where a revived mummy provides the terror.
|The Case of the Laughing Mummy|
TV-series The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Ronald Howard, Howard Marion-Crawford, Archie Duncan
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are going on a fishing trip, and while they are riding the train, they meet Watson's old friend Reggie Taunton. Taunton asks Holmes if the detective would mind helping him with an odd problem. Taunton's archaeologist uncle has sent him an authentic Egyptian mummy, and strange laughing sounds have been coming periodically from the sarcophagus. Holmes visits Taunton's home, and has dinner with Reggie, Reggie's fiancée, the fiancée's aunt, and an Egyptologist who knows Reggie's uncle. While they are dining, the mummy starts to make the noise, and Holmes quickly finds a very simple explanation for it. But in the course of examining the mummy and the sarcophagus, Holmes uncovers a more serious mystery. (source: IMDb)
Episode 17 of the 1955 television series "The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes", based on the original character by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. This was the first and only American television series of Sherlock Holmes adventures. Produced for ABC Television, the series ran one season for 39 episodes of 30 minutes each. The episodes were actually filmed in France, probably to give it a more 'European look'.
|Mickey and the Mummy|
TV-series The Mickey Rooney Show
Mickey Rooney, Carla Balenda
An Egyptian mummy is an unexpected source of help as Mickey tries to apprehend jewel smugglers.
Episode 22 of "The Mickey Rooney Show" about the misadventures of Mickey Mulligan, a page at the International Broadcasting Company in Los Angeles. A total of 39 episodes were made between 1954 and 1955.
|Topper's Egyptian Deal|
Leo G. Carroll, Lee Patrick,
The bank has sent vice president Cosmo Topper to take care of a historian investment. The investment turns out to be a 6,000 year-old Egyptian mummy. Cosmo has more than he can deal with when some crooked characters decide they would kill to get procession of the artifact. (source: tv.com)
Episode 28 of the second season of the television fantasy sitcom "Topper" about the life a sophisticated but stuffy vice president of a bank, based on a 1937 film of the same name. The series ran for 78 episodes from 1953 until 1955.
Mark Dana, Diane Brewster, Ziva Rodann
"A blood-lusting mummy that kills for a cat goddess!"
Archaeologists in Egypt find one of their crew has been turned into a blood sucking mummy after they have unleashed a three thousand year curse by entering a pharaoh's tomb.
In this film the mummy of the Pharaoh does not come to life, but its spirit takes over the body of a young Egyptian man and uses him to get revenge on those who have desecrated the tomb.
|One Mummy Too Many|
TV-series Matinee Theatre
Tony Randall, Eva Gabor
Young salesman Ernest Winkler travels to Egypt to deliver an air conditioner to a wealthy Egyptian. He arrives at his client's home and discovers two suspicious men, Ibrahim and Zaghul, standing in front of a crate, which Winkler thinks contains his wares, but which actually holds his client. The two murderers plan to switch the fresh corpse with a priceless mummy which has recently been discovered by archaeologists. Winkler finds himself caught in the middle when the evildoers threaten to kill him unless he helps them carry out their plan. In desperation, Winkler enlists the help of a seemingly innocent woman named Melanie Winters, who claims that she is in Cairo to guard the sarcophagus. (source: paleycenter.org)
Episode from a series of live tv-programs presented by Goodyear and made for the NBC Network. This particular episode, starring Tony Randall and Eva Gabor, was directed by Sidney Lumet, who in the same year won the Golden Berlin Bear and was Oscar nonimated for Twelve Angry Men (1957).
Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing
"Egypt, 4000 years ago, a land of strange rituals and savage cruelty..."
British archeologists discover the grave of ancient Egyptian princess Ananka. But when they open it a bad curse falls on them for having woken up the mighty guard Kharis who was sworn to protect her. Soon they find themselves haunted by the unstoppable living mummy in Victorian England.
Egyptologists beware, for a priest in the film solemnly swears "He who robs the graves of Egypt... dies"... This is the fifth film featuring the mummy Kharis, following "The Mummy's Hand" (1940), "The Mummy's Tomb" (1942), "The Mummy's Curse" (1944) and "The Mummy's Ghost" (1944). In between there was a less serious Kharis appearance in "Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy" (1955). The whole story concept for these films actually goes back to the original mummy film with Boris Karloff from 1932.
|I was a Teenage Mummy|
Directed by Ralph C. Bluemke
In the Egyptian desert Professor Flinders Pietre and his assistant Peaches LaVerne unearth the amazingly well preserved remains of a 3000 year old mummy, which they take back with them to the US. Of course the mummy is soon out for revenge!
|The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb|
Jack Gwillim, Fred Clark, Jeanne Roland, Ronald Howard, Terence Morgan
"Half bone, half bandage...all blood-curdling terror!"
In 1900 a group of archaeologists opens the tomb of pharaoh Ra. Once in London the vengeful mummy takes matters into his own hands by killing the violators of his tomb in foggy surroundings.
|The Curse of Anubis|
TV-series Jonny Quest
Directed by William Hanna, Joseph Barbera
Ahmed, an unscrupulous chieftain, plans to become the leader of a new nation. Capitalizing on Dr. Quest's archaeological interests, Ahmed lures him to Egypt. Ahmed defies the gods by stealing the statue of Anubis and hiding it in the Ghivan ruins. There he traps Quest in a catacomb of the ruins and tells them that he they is found, the fact that a foreigner planned the theft of an ancient treasure will unite all his people and he will be the leader. Jonny manages to escape through a secret passage while the Mummy of Anubis finishes Ahmed and his plans. (source: www.bcdb.com)
Episode 3 from the animated "Jonny Quest" cartoon series. Made by the Hanna-Barbera Studios. Made for television. Running Time: 30 minutes. Color.
TV-series The New Three Stooges
The three stooges are in Egypt and get lost inside a pyramid. The mummies resting there are quite annoyed by the disturbance they're causing and scare them away.
The original 1930s Stooges provided their own voices for the animated adventures. Includes newly filmed live-action "wraparound" segments as the lead and close for the cartoon.
TV-series The Munsters
Butch Patrick, Fred Gwynne, Yvonne DeCarlo
Herman arranges to meet Marilyn at the natural history museum. But he accidentally gets himself locked inside an Egyptian sarcophagus, whereupon a sleeping pill he swallowed earlier takes effect. A pair of museum curators open the box the next day and mistake the sleeping Herman for an ancient mummy. When Lily reads about their supposed scientific discovery in the newspaper, she goes to the museum and requests that the curators put Herman in a cab and send him home as soon as he wakes up.
Episode 32 of the creepy television series "The Munsters". This series was a CBS network competitor to the ABC network "The Addams Family" production. It ran for only 40 episodes in 2 years, from 1964 until 1966.
|I Want My Mummy|
Unemployed Jose Jimenez finds a job with the local museum as assistant on an archeological survey somewhere in the Amazon. After some trouble with the indian population they finally discover the traces a lost civilization in a huge cave. There they discover the tomb of king Mazuma, totally Egyptian in style and even contains a sarcophagus with mummy!
|The Mummy's Shroud|
John Phillips, Andre Morell, Elizabeth Sellars
In 1920 an archaeological expedition discovers the tomb of an ancient Egyptian child prince. Returning home with their discovery, the expedition members soon find themselves being killed off by a mummy, which can be revived by reading the words off the prince's burial shroud.
|The Malevolent Mummy|
TV-series The New Adventures of Superman
Clark and Lois accompany a famous scientist on a dig in Egypt, where Lois accidentally awakens an ancient mummy from its tomb. With Lois' life in danger, Clark changes to Superman, rescues Lois and stops the mummy's rampage through Egypt.
Episode 35 of the animated tv-series "The New Adventures of Superman", based on the popular Superman comics created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. The series ran for 3 seasons, totalling 68 episodes.
TV-series Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
Richard Basehart, David Hedison, Bob Dowdell
Seaview is charged with transporting a 3000 year old Egyptian mummy to a middle-eastern nation in the hopes that the return of the national treasure will help stabilize that nation and prevent a war from breaking out. Soon the crew is affected by a spell and the mummy goes on the loose destroying everything in its path.
Episode 78 of the epic television sci-fi series "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea". The Egyptian mummy in this episode, by the way, is contained in a steel sarcophagus!
TV-series Get Smart
Don Adams, Edward Platt, Lisa Gaye
Max, who works as an agent for a U.S. government spy agency, is sent to The Metropolitan Museum that is suspected to be involved in the disappearance of several CONTROL agents. When Agent 24 disappears in the middle of a meeting with Max, the Chief knows counter-organization KAOS must be involved. Max goes undercover at the museum and it turns out KAOS is using Egyptian mummy cases to secretly ship CONTROL agents out of the country.
Episode from the comedy series "Get Smart" that satirizes the secret agent genre. Created by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry.
|The Curse of Thut|
TV-series The New Adventures of Huck Finn
Kevin Schultz, Michael Shea, Lu Ann Haslam
Tom, Huck, and Becky are in Egypt where they encounter a mummy ("Kharis") looking for his lost love ("Ananka! Ananka!"). But they are soon captured by thieves who are using him to steal valuable pyramid treasures. Eventually the three heroes help Kharis find Ananka's tomb. She rises from her coffin, embraces him, and kisses him on the lips, at which point their bodies disintegrate. Tom and his friends watch as Kharis and Ananka ride off to heaven on a ghostly camel - in their original forms. (synopsis thanks to Anthony Durrant)
Episode 2 of the 20-episode NBC television series "The New Adventures of Huck Finn" after the famous book "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn" by Marc Twain. Mixed live-action and animation. Created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, who also gave us The Flintstones. Interestingly, in this production, Becky, Tom, and Huck are live-action characters, while the bad guys and assorted others are animated.
John Vernon, Patricia Collins, Carl Banas, Ted Follows
This comic script juxtaposes the story of Madame Czerensky, a beautiful but aging woman who fears that someone is trying to kill her, with the story of a museum publicist with a mummy to bury and in need of a death certificate. Coroner Steve Wojeck discovers that the cause of the mummy's death and the source of Madame Czerensky's illness are the same: both used a mud pack from Egypt which contained arsenic; consequently both Madame Czerensky and the mummy suffered from their vanity. (source: IMDb)
Episode from the television series "Wojeck" about a coroner searching for truth and justice with the help of his friends.
|The Mummy and the Curse of the Jackals|
John Carradine, Anthony Eisley
A professor of Egyptology steals a couple of mummies. When trying to revive an ancient curse he is turned into a jackal. Soon other mummies awake and they start roaming Las Vegas.
|Scooby Doo and a Mummy, Too|
TV-series Scooby Doo, Where are You!
The gang decides to help the professor set up a mummy exhibit, but the mummy keeps disappearing from the exhibit. Turns out the mummy is having a blast turning people into stone.
Episode from the earliest adaptation of the popular animated series by Hanna-Barbera Productions featuring the many adventures of a talking Great Dane named Scooby-Doo and four teenagers.
|The Curse of the Mummy|
TV-series Mystery and Imagination
Isobel Black, Patrick Mower, Donald Churchill
An archaeologist unearths the mummy of an Egyptian queen. He doesn't realize that his daughter has a strong resemblance to the dead queen, and soon the mummy awakens. Complications ensue.
|The Power of Adamcos|
Geoffrey Bayldon, Robin Davies
Catweazle loses his sacred witchknife ''adamcos'' which is accidentally found by mr Bennet who takes it to town to sell at the local antique shop. With the help of his friend Carrott, Catweazle manages to find the shop. Catweazle places a magic spell on the door to open it. However, there is nobody inside as the owner has popped out to buy some items. Suddenly mr Bennet arrives back at the shop, and in a panic Catweazle hides inside an Egyptian sarcophagus. When the owner returns and Catweazle opens the lid of the sarcophagus to come out, this causes the owner to faint, and Carrot and Catweazle are finally able to retrieve the witchknife.
Episode from the 1970 UK hit series "Catweazle" about an eccentric 11th century wizard who accidentally travels through time to the year 1969 and befriends a young red-headed boy, nicknamed Carrot. Catweazle mistakes all modern technology for powerful magic. The series ran for 26 episodes in 1970 and 1971.
|Blood from the Mummy's Tomb|
Andrew Keir, Valerie Leon
Professor Fuchs leads an expedition to find the tomb of a cursed and evil Egyptian princess. When found she appears perfectly well preserved, her severed hand still-bleeding.Years later Fuchs gives the mummy's ring to his daughter Margaret, who becomes influenced by the malevolent traits of its original wearer and soon starts seeking revenge for the defilement of her tomb.
Second film adaptation of the book "The Jewel of Seven Stars" by Dracula author Bram Stoker.
|The Cat Creature|
When a rich man dies, some items from a collection of his are stolen- an ancient Egyptian gold amulet and the mummy that was wearing it. The police consult scholars from the local University to help with the investigation, which is taking a more serious turn as people connected with the case are killed by wounds that seem to be from a housecat.
|La Venganza de la Momia|
Jacinto Molina, Jack Taylor, María Silva
ancient Egyptian mummified pharaoh Amenhotep is brought back to life by a modern high priest and starts a new life as Assad Bey in Victorian London. To achieve immortality he needs to kidnap young virgins for blood sacrifices.
Spanish version of The Mummy, where the ancient Egyption lovers are wicked sadists whose religion is filled with blood drinking and who can casually eat grapes while innocent victims are tortured in front of them. An uncut version with lots of nudity is rumoured to exist, but no copies are in circulation. English title: "The Mummy's Revenge".
|The Mummy's Curse|
TV-series Inch High Private Eye
Inch High is on his way to Egypt to investigate reports of a mummy coming back to life and creating havoc.
Episode 6 from the animated tv-series "Inch High Private Eye" about an inch high private detective, made by the Hanna-Barbera studio's. The series ran for only 13 episodes in 1973.
|El Secreto de la Momia Egipcia|
Despite the title, the mummy in this film does not look Egyptian with his longish black hair, golden quarter shirt and matching skirt. He appears more like an Aztec or other Central/South American Native priest. He's also not bandaged like the traditional Universal Pictures mummies, but rather perfectly preserved when brought to a mad Egyptologist. The scientist uses an a-typical electrical stimulation device to revive the mummy. The very first action the mummy takes is to suck the blood of a wound the doctor's brutish assistant has just suffered. The rest of the film is basically a series of recapitulations. See the mummy torture a beautiful peasant woman with a hot poker, sexually molest her, suck her bloodless and send out for the next victim… Alternate titles for this film: "Love Brides of the Blood Mummy" (USA) and "Perversions sexuelles" or "Le Sang des autres" (both France).
|Pyramids of Mars|
TV-series Doctor Who
Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Bernard Archard
The TARDIS materialises on Earth in the year 1911 inside an old priory owned by Egyptologist Marcus Scarman. Scarman has been possessed by Sutekh, last survivor of the god-like Osirans, who is held prisoner inside a pyramid in Egypt by a signal transmitted from one on Mars. Sutekh desires his freedom and instructs Scarman to construct servicer robots - which look like Egyptian mummies - to build a missile with which to destroy the Martian pyramid. The Doctor foils this plan by blowing up the missile. He then falls under Sutekh's control himself and is made to transport Scarman to Mars in the TARDIS. Scarman cuts off the signal but the Doctor, now freed of Sutekh's influence, realises that there will be a short delay before it ceases to have effect, owing to the time taken for it to reach Earth. He rushes back and uses the time control from the TARDIS to move the end of the space-time tunnel that links the priory to the Egyptian pyramid into the far future. Sutekh, travelling down the tunnel, is unable to reach the end in his lifetime, and dies. (source: BBC)
"Pyramids of Mars" is actually a sequence of 4 episodes from season 13 (1975-76) of the legendary cult BBC sci-fi series "Doctor Who", which ran a staggering 33 years from 1963 until 1996, and was revived again in 2005. The series is about a mysterious time-travelling adventurer known only as "The Doctor". The Doctor, like all Time Lords, has the ability to regenerate his body when he dies, something he can do twelve times. This episode features the Fourth Doctor, played by Tom Baker.
|London Tales: Night Ferry|
Bernard Cribbinsm, Graham Fletcher-Cook
Master-of-disguise Pyramid plans to smuggle the ancient Egyptian mummy of Nematut out of the country. When young Jeff discovers the plan, a dangerous chase via London’s Victoria and Clapham railway stations ensues, coming to a climax aboard the night ferry to Paris.
One from a long line of films produced for the Children's Film Foundation. Established by film distributor and theater chain owner J. Arthur Rank, the foundation provided short, brisk and harmless entertainment for younger movie theater audiences from the '50s through the '70s.
TV-series The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse
Oilcan Harry and Swifty are in Egypt, and Pearl Pureheart is there too. Somehow, Oilcan Harry and Swifty wake up a mummy. The mummy captures Pearl. Mighty Mouse comes to Pearl's rescue and captures Oilcan Harry and Swifty, ultimately putting the mummy back to rest.
Episode 1 from the animated tv-series "The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse", which ran for 48 episodes in 1979.
|Pyramids of Terror|
Spider-Woman and Spider-Man investigate a strange pyramid that arises in Egypt and the alien mummies that dwell within. It appears to be a sophisticated alien spaceship under the control of an alien mummy called Kufu from the planet Hotep.
Episode from the animated series "Spider-Woman" about a woman who has spider-like powers. Based on the Marvel Comics character.
Charlton Heston, Suzannah York, Jill Townsend
"They thought they had buried her forever!"
When Egyptologist Matthew Corbeck opens the long forgotten tomb of bloody princess Kara, her awakened soul secretly takes possession of his newly born daughter Margaret. Eighteen years later she starts showing signs that Kara's soul has taking possession of her, and Corbeck sees no other option than to use ancient occult rituals to oppose this predestined plan.
Third film based on Bram Stoker’s novel "The Jewel of Seven Stars". It was earlier preceded by "Curse of the Mummy"(1970) and "Blood from the Mummy’s Tomb" (1971). In 1997 followed yet another film, "Legend of the Mummy" or "Bram Stoker's Legend of the Mummy".
|Mummy's the Word|
TV-series Scooby-Doo and Scrappy Doo
Directed by Ray Patterson, Oscar Dufau, Carl Urbano
Scooby, Scrappy and Shaggy are driving through the Egyptian Desert. They are so hot, they see a mirage of a refreshment stand. After getting buried in a sand storm, they soon discover a pyramid. Shaggy is worried because that's "a real dead place", where the ancient pharaohs were buried, but Scrappy runs in ahead. Inside, Scooby and Shaggy are horrified by a living pharaoh's head that turns out to be Scrappy wearing the mask. They do however, encounter a moving mummy who comes after them. Scrappy wants to attack, but Scooby grabs him. They hide in ancient paintings, and then try to escape on a boat in an indoor lake, but what looks like stepping stones are actually hungry crocodiles. Shaggy and Scooby narrowly escape their jaws, which Scrappy is able to simply snap shut. The mummy appears again, and Scrappy simply unwinds him ("See, I knew he was nothing but hot air"). But upon leaving the pyramid, the mummy's spirit follows them outside, leaving footprints in the sand. The gang drives off into the desert. (source: www.bcdb.com)
Episode 7 from the "Scooby-Doo and Scrappy Doo" animated cartoon series, season 1 (1980-1981).
|Dawn of the Mummy|
Brenda King, Joan Levy, Ellen Faison
"They came from the dead ... To feast on the living..."
A group of fashion models disturb the tomb of a mummy and revive an ancient curse. Along with the mummy rising, slaves who were buried in the desert thousands of years before, also rise, with a craving for human flesh.
|La Momia Nacional|
Francisco Algora, Azucena Hernàndez, Quique Camoiras, José Jaime Espinosa
An Egyptian princess becomes a genuine bimbo when unwrapped.
Horror comedy. English title: "The National Mummy".
TV-series Hart to Hart
Robert Wagner, Stefanie Powers, Lionel Stander
During an Opening Night party for a new Egyptian exhibit at the museum, the man who discovered the tomb is found murdered in a sarcophagus. Jonathan and Jennifer Hart become involved when Jennifer becomes the target of the man behind the mummy who thinks she is the queen of an Egyptian pharaoh.
Episode 28 of the popular television series "Hart to Hart", which ran from 1979 to 1984.
|The Curse of Tutrockmen|
TV-series The Flintstones Comedy Show
Pebbles und Dino meet a mysterious mummy on their visit to the Egyptian Museum.
Episode from the 1980-1982 animated series "The Flintstones Comedy Show", an educational follow-up of the original and legendary series "The Flintstones". Each ninety-minute episode features a variety of crafts and spelling games for the kids in-between six mini-segments of various lengths.
TV-series Quincy, M.E.
Jack Klugman, Garry Walberg, Diane Markoff
The smuggling of Nazi-held gems from Cairo to Los Angeles in an Egyptian mummy leaves several corpses in its wake. A typical case for Quincy.
Episode 91 (season 6) of the television series "Quincy, M.E." about a crusading medical examiner in Los Angeles, an expert at his job who was always capable of finding something that everyone else missed. The series ran for 148 episodes between 1976 and 1983.
Ben Murphy, Royce Alexander, Nina Axelrod
"For eons they traveled the galaxies. For centuries one was trapped in a pharaoh's tomb. Now he is free". A newly acquired Egyptian sarcophagus is opened in a university laboratory. By accident the mummy is revived with an overdose of x-rays and soon goes looking for his first victims.
Later re-issued under the title "Being from Another Planet".
Rip Torn, Robert Ginty, Cristina Sánchez Pascual
A scientist awakens an Egyptian entity and becomes the leader of a sect of killer fanatics who's goal is to eliminate the most powerful men in the world. A reporter finds out that all the victims have a little scarab-shaped amulet on them: the symbol of the cult's self-created god.
English (video) title: "Scarab"
|O Segredo da Múmia|
Jose Mojica Marins
Professor Vitus devotes himself to the reconstitution of a map which has been divided into eight parts. The owners of these parts are being mysteriously murdered. Having collected all parts he travels to Egypt and makes the most important archaeological discovery of the century: the tomb of Runamb. Back in Brasil, the professor brings Runamb's mummy back to life. A terrible mistake, because the mummy used to be a dangerous psychopathic murderer obsessed with the image of a dancer who once turned him down.
English title: "The Secret of the Mummy".
TV-series Amazing Stories
Tom Harrison, Brion James,Tracey Walte
An actor dressed as a mummy races from location-filming of a horror movie through a primeval Southern swamp to reach his wife, who is about to give birth. But the locals believe in the eerie legend of Ra Amin Ka, and when they encounter the panicked, bandaged performer, they are positive he is the real deal.
Episode 4 from season 1 of the science fiction tv-series "Amazing Stories" produced by Steven Spielberg. Apart from the 'legend of Ra Amin Ka' and the obligatory mummy on the loose there is nothing of Egyptological interest in this particular episode.
TV-series Simon and Simon
Directed by Kim Manners
A graduate student in Egyptology finds an unreported mummy in the museum basement that she believes is the lost pharaoh Akhenaton. She hires private detectives Rick and A.J. to help her figure out what is going on.
Episode from the detective television series "Simon and Simon" about a couple of private detectives. The series ran for eight seasons from 1981 until 1989.
|The Mummy's Curse|
TV-series The Centurions
In Egypt an archaeological dig at the Pyramid of the Lost pharaoh, headed by Professor Egon Sloan, is attacked by super-powerful jackals. The professor contacts Skyvault and requests the help of the Centurions to guard the pyramid from tomb robbers. Later that night, Jake overhears the professor using an ancient incantation to awaken the Lost pharaoh's mummified bodyguards and is knocked out by Hacker. Shadow escapes and alerts the other Centurions, who find out that the professor is working with Doc Terror and intends to use the ancient mummies to help him take over Cairo. As Ace and Max stand up against Terror and his super-powerful mummies, Jake alone is left to defeat them and save the city. (source: tv-show-guide.com)
Episode 26 of the animated science fiction tv-series "The Centurions", about a group of brave men trying to stop the evil Doc Teror and his cyborg companion Hacker destroy humanity and replace it with Cyborg Slaves.
|The Grave Robber|
TV-series Tales from the Darkside
Two treasure hunters discover a lost Egyptian tomb and accidentally revive a mummy. The mummy, Tapok, doesn't try to strangle them, but rather challenges the male explorer to a game of strip poker. The explorer loses, and with each piece of clothing he loses he takes on more of Tapok's wrappings until finally Tapok transfers his curse and leaves with the other explorer.
Episode 76 (season 4) of the 30-minute horror/fantasy anthology tv-series "Tales from the Darkside" (1983-1988).
|My Pharaoh Lady|
TV-series Alvin and the Chipmunks
A mummy, said to come to life in the presence of the most beautiful girl, must arrive at Brittany's house or she will be forced to forfeit a beauty contest.
Episode 91 of the animated television series "Alvin and the Chipmunks", which ran for 118 episodes between 1983 and 1990. This show focuses on three superstar chipmunks who have their own band and the crazy adventures they get into.
|Sphinx For The Memories|
While on vacation in Egypt, Donald Duck is spotted by two locals who think he bears a huge resemblance to an ancient pharaoh known as “The Garbled One”. He is kidnapped right before Scrooge, Huey, Dewey and Louie can meet up with him and is brought to the Palace of Garbabble. The present ruler, Sarkus, fears his position will be taken over by Donald and sends a living mummy by the name of Ka-hoo-fo to destroy him. Can Scrooge, Huey, Dewey and Louie save him in time?
Episode 40 from the first animated Disney series for television "DuckTales" (1987-1990), in which Scrooge McDuck and the nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie find themselves in all sorts of adventures.
|Crown of the Scarab King|
TV-series Bionic Six
Directed by Osamu Dezaki
In Egypt professor Sharp and his team discover a solid gold casket bearing a seal in the shape of a scarab. They find a papyrus inside. When presenting the 'ancient Scarab scroll' to the Cairo museum, to the horror of all present one of the sfinx statues comes to life and breaks apart, revealing the mad scientist Dr. Scarab who immediately steals the scroll. Professor Sharp calls in the help from the 'Bionic Six' to salvage the situation. The papyrus, it appears, contains a map which reveals the secret location of the 'Crown of the Scarab King', which promises unknown powers. On the spot marked 'X' on the map Dr. Scarab discovers a new pyramid rising from below the sands. Inside he finds a labyrinth and the sarcophagus of the Scarab King, with the crown on top. When Dr. Scarab tries it on, the scenes on the walls come to life warning him of the approaching Bionic Six. Scarab uses the power of the crown to scare them off by making the labyrinth statues come to life and chase them. Believing himself now to be invincible he commands to conquer all. This causes Egyptian statues from museums all over the world to come to life and cause havoc. Bionic Six manage to trap the statues from the labyrinth in quicksand and confront Dr. Scarab. Feeling cornered, he calls for the Scarab King to awaken and serve his master. The mummy, however, turns against him, takes back the crown and then goes back to sleep again. This makes the pyramid sink back into the sands. Dr Scarab and Bionix Six just barely manage to escape.
Episode from the American/Japanese animated television series "Bionic Six" whose main characters are a family of machine-enhanced human beings possessing unique powers after being augmented with bionic technology. Renowned Japanese animation director Osamu Dezaki was involved as chief supervising director. The series ran for 65 episodes in 1987.
|My Mummy Lies Over The Ocean|
TV-series Police Academy: The Animated Series
To put an end to a curse, a museum curator seeks the help of the Academy grads to escort the mummy of an ancient Egyptian king back to its rightful resting place. Our heroes also have to deal with not only a group of thugs who are trying to steal the mummy, but when the mummy itself who comes to life the panic really starts.
Episode from "Police Academy - The Animated Series", based on the first five "Police Academy" films. The series ran for 64 episodes from 1988 to 1989.
TV-series Huxley Pig
Practising his First Aid bandaging technique reminds Huxley Pig of mummies and ancient Egypt. In a daydream he and his friend Sam find themselves at a souvenir stall in modern day Egypt. There they acquire a supposedly secret map to an undiscovered tomb from con man Horace and set off to explore. Eventually they reach the mummy's tomb where Horace tries to scare them off, but Sam gets even by dressing up as a mummy and thus scares the wits out of Horace.
Episode 21 from the stop-motion animated children's television series "Huxley Pig", based on the picture picture books by Rodney Peppé. It follows a pig who is always is dreaming of exciting professions and adventure.
TV-series The Smurfs
Gargamel's Egyptian incarnation puts the Smurfs to work on building a monument for his cat pharaoh Azra when they wake up a mummy that saves them.
Episode 387 (season 9; 1989) of the long running NBC animation series "The Smurfs", produced by the legendary William Hanna and Joseph Barbera.
|Throw Mummy from the Train|
TV-series Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers
In the pyramid of king Nutun-Khamun, an archeologist finds the ring to unlock the diamonds of the Sphinx of Inka-dinka-do. His greedy assistant Wexler steals the ring and eludes the mummy assigned to guard it. The Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers agree to help the mummy get the ring back.
Episode 28 from the Walt Disney Television Animation series "Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers" featuring the established Disney characters Chip and Dale, two chipmunks with a nose for trouble, who run a detective agency called Rescue Rangers.
Nina Hartley, Lynn LeMay, Cameo, Jacqueline
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.
|Mind Your Mummy Mommy, Mario|
TV-series The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3
Hip and Hop steal the sarcophagus and mummy of prince Mushroomkhamen. His mummy mother seeks to retrieve it, but mistakenly identifies Mario as her lost son, drags him back to the pyramid and mummifies him. The situation can only be resolved by bringing her true son back.
Episode from the animated series "The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3", based on the hugely successful 'Super Mario Bros. 3' video game. The series is also known under the name "Captain N & the Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3" and lasted for 26 episodes.
TV-series Tales from the Crypt
Lewis Arquette, Mark Rolston, Stefan Gierasch
Enoch, the two-faced man, an attraction at a sideshow, falls in love with a 2,000 year old Egyptian mummy, eventually leading up to the conception of their bastard child, The Crypt Keeper.
Episode 20 from the horror anthology television series "Tales from the Crypt" that ran from 1989 to 1996 for 93 episodes.
|I was a Teenage Mummy|
Joan Devitt, Mark Fucile, Janice K. Johnson
After being beaten by three greasers, Egyptian transfer student Rhada Mahat will stop at nothing to enact his sweet revenge and stop the impotence and abuse. After seeing cutie cheerleader Stella stand up to a greaser, Ray think she’s the reincarnation of Isis. So he kidnaps her and turns her into a mummy. As the mummy kills the greasers, Detective Jack Boyle is hot on the trail.
|The Curse of the Mummy|
TV-series Take Off with T-Bag
John Hasler, Georgina Hale, Bea Julakasiun
T-Bag lands in Egypt where some archaeologists are searching for a tomb. T-Bag and T-Shirt pretend to be Kit Bag and Sir Paisley Shirt to try to deter them from the tomb. While waiting for the morning so they can all search inside the tomb some tricks are played on them and they blame each other.
Episode 4 from the children television series "Take Off with T-Bag". T-Bag was originally a witch-like character involved in various good vs. evil tensions and who appeared in a number television series which ran from the mid-80s to early 90s. In the "Take of with T-bag" series the sinister elements of the original T-Bag character were removed, becoming a purely comic character and better suited for younger children. For further Egyptian content, see also the episode "Anthony and Cleopatra" (1992) elsewhere in this list.
TV-series Doogie Howser, M.D.
Neil Patrick Harris, Lawrence Pressman, Belinda Montgomery
When an Egyptian mummy arrives at the hospital, its examination brings rumblings of a curse from the staff and has Doogie contemplating the limits of modern medicine.
Episode 65 of the television series "Doogie Howser, M.D." about the coming of age of a teenage genius who at the age of 16 is already board-certified surgeon.
|The Mummy Lives|
Tony Curtis, Leslie Hardy
"Bound by destiny. Consumed by sin. His vengeance is eternal."
An ancient Egyptian is returned from the dead when his tomb is opened. He reeks havoc and devostation in his quest to reunite with his lost love, who is now incarnated in the form of a living woman.
TV-adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe's 1845 novel "Some Words with a Mummy".
|The Mummy's Dungeon|
Innocent Models become human sacrifices in order to bring a 2000 year old mummy back to life! One by one they die, either by the blade or by the hands of the mummy!
Released only on video, this movie features bondage and topless nudity.
|Mummy A.D. 1993|
A mad suburbanite (Nelson) thinks he's an Egyptian high priest. He has a real mummy sequestered in his backyard tomb (a garage), and raises it from the dead to get revenge his enemies and "show the world that you are here!" The mummy (Nelson) attacks the house of Nelson and many relatives and neighborhood acquaintences are killed. A detective (Nelson) is called in, who battles the mummy with toy pistols, swords, ping-pong ball guns, smoke bombs, and pepper spray.
Oddball 20 min. independent video production by David "The Rock" Nelson, who specializes in crazy monster movies shot and edited by extremely cheap means. Not in any way a serious production, but popular in certain circles and therefore worth mentioning here.
|Professor Dig and his Egyptian Mummy|
TV-series The Busy World of Richard Scarry
Mummy Professor Dig makes a great discovery, an Egyptian mummy, and hurries to bring it to the Cairo museum.
7 minute cartoon. One of three that form episode 7 of the series "The Busy World of Richard Scarry", based on the characters that inhabit Richard Scarry's "Busytown" books. Each episode in this series (65 episodes) consists of 3 cartoons with short musicals in between.
TV-series Tales from the Crypt
Nina Siemaszko, Julius Carry, Anthony Michael Hall
Stella Bishop is full blown geek taking a course on Egyptian mythology led by the pompous Prof.Finley, who also happens to be a collector of Egyptian antiquities including one undead mummy. Little does Stella know that she is the intended sacrifice for his living collectible!
Episode from the American horror anthology TV series "Tales from the Crypt" that ran from 1989 to 1996 for a total of 93 episodes on the premium cable channel HBO. It was based on the 1950s EC Comics series of the same name.
|The Mommy's Hand|
TV-series Mighty Max
Max's mom again finds herself in danger when a ring placed on her hand compels her to go to Egypt. Following in concern, Max and company find that the ring belongs to Isis, an ancient Egyptian goddess who has been living among humans for a few thousand years. Now a little unhinged, she is attempting to awaken her husband Osiris hoping that he will destroy the human race for its many faults and injustices. (source: www.omegacron.com)
Episode 32 (season 2) of the animated television series "Mighty Max". It features teenager Max Max who is sent a red cap one day and is told that an ancient prophecy foretold him as the "Chosen One" and that he must battle the evil forces of the world, together with Virgil, a talking chicken and Norman, Max's Viking guardian. The series lasted only 2 seasons with 40 episodes from 1993 until 1994.
|In the Heat of the Fright|
Directed by Alan Zaslove
While mapping a river area for the sultan, Aladdin and his companions come across a peasant village put in flames by magical fire balls. These came from the flying Egyptian temple of the catlike sorceress Morgana. She manages to transport our heroes to her magical make believe-realm, Morphia, where she tries to steal the powers from Genie by making him afraid. In the end Aladdin and Genie have to battle Morgana in her own temple, where Genie hides himself as a mummy inside an Egyptian sarcophagus.
Episode 40 from the animated television series "Aladdin", based on the 1992 movie. The series ran for 88 episodes between 1994 and 1996.
|Terror! The Phantom Fighter Appears|
TV-series Mobile Fighter G Gundam (機動武闘伝Gガンダム)
Directed by Yasuhiro Imagawa
Domon and Rain travel to Neo Egypt in order to face a mobile Gundam fighter there. Upon arriving, they find out the current Gundam and its pilot have been destroyed by a 'ghost', the Mummy Gundan, who uses sandstorms to hide itself and attack. Joining Sai Saici, the group learns that the Mummy Gundam and its pilot were taken over by DG cells because of the mummy's strong desire to defeat Sai Saici after what his grandfather did in a previous tournament. The Mummy Gundan appears again, and this time Domon uses his Super Mode to defeat it.
Episode from the Anime series "Mobile Fighter G Gundam" (機動武闘伝Gガンダム or Kidō Butōden Jī Gandamu), set in a future where space colonies hold organized fighting tournaments known as the "Gundam Fight" every four years to settle their political differences in place of war. The series ran for 49 episodes in 1994-1995.
|The Tale of the Guardian's Curse|
TV-series Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Danny Cooksey, Vanessa King, Martin Doyle
Two kids accidentally resurrect a mummified Egyptian queen at their father's museum.
Episode from the horror/fantasy-themed television series "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" which ran from 1990 until 2000. The series revolves around a group of teenagers who call themselves "The Midnight Society". Every week one member tells a scary story to the group.
|Return of the Mummy|
Daniel DeSanto, Elias Zarou, Peter Jarvis
Gabe visits his uncle who is an Egyptologist and together they set off to discover an unknown tomb. The tomb-owner, an Egyptian queen disguised as a modern-day tour guide tries all the dirty tricks in her book, and even throws in a living mummy, to prevent them from finding it.
Episode 9 from the television series "Goosebumps" based on R.L. Stine's popular series of young adult horror fiction. The series ran for 4 seasons and 74 episodes between 1995 and 1998.
New Zealand, 1996
TV-series Hercules: the Legendary Journeys
Michael Hurst, Kevin Sorbo
The Egyptian princess Anuket commands Hercules to help her find a stolen mummy. First he refuses, but when he learns that the mummy has awakened and is hungry for human life, he changes his mind. Also on the mummy's trails is the renegade priest Sokar, who hopes to unleash its powers and use them to become pharaoh of Egypt. Sokar seizes the mummy from merchant Salmoneus, along with a pendant known as an ankh that gives him control of the creature. Knowing the mummy will become unstoppable once it consumes the life force of a human, Sokar turns it loose on Hercules. The son of Zeus traps the mummy in a tomb and riddles it with spikes, but this proves only a temporary setback to a creature already dead. After Hercules rescues Anuket from Sokar, the mummy reappears, kills Sokar, and absorbs the priest's life force. It now threatens to become all-powerful, but Hercules literally unravels this scheme as he grabs one end of the mummy's wrappings and gives a mighty yank, causing the creature to spin furiously before tumbling into a vat of boiling wax. Anuket, grateful to Hercules and to a slave who gave his life for hers, promises that on returning to Egypt she will work to free all slaves.
Season 3 episode 4 of the adventure series "Hercules: the Legendary Journeys", charting the battles and romances of the half-man, half-god, Hercules, which ran from 1994 to 1999.
TV-series Pinky and the Brain
Directed by Kirk Tingblad
Pinky and the Brain sneak into an Egyptian pyramid and pose as mummies. After being sealed in the pyramid by people who believed the ruse, the mice must then deal with a real mummy. (source: www.bcdb.com)
Animated Warner Bros. Studios cartoon from the series "Pinky and the Brain".
TV-series Hercules: the Legendary Journeys
Kevin Sorbo, Michael Hurst, Galyn Görg, Mark Newnham
Awakened by robbers, the mummy Ishtar walked again. Hercules set out to find the mummy with Ishtar's descendant, Princess Anuket. But the evil Sokar was also after the mummy. Sokar acquired the mummy's powerful golden pendant known as the ankh from Salmoneus and prepared to take over the Egyptian throne with the unwilling Anuket at his side. But Sokar was killed by the mummy, who absorbed his life force and grew to enormous size. Hercules defeated the mummy by giving the wrappings a mighty yank, unraveling the corpse. The skeleton clattered harmlessly to the ground. (source: www.tv.com)
Episode 41 of the television series "Hercules, the Legendary Journeys", which ran a total of 111 episodes in 6 seasons from 1995 until 1999. The series centers around the figure of Hercules, born of a beautiful mortal woman, but fathered by Zeus, king of the gods. With his strength he comes to the rescue wherever he is needed.
|Frankenstein and Me|
Jamieson Boulanger, Ricky Mabe, Polly Shannon
Earl Williams is a dreamer teenager obsessed with monsters, who fantasizes his life as if he were living in the world of the monsters of the Universal Studios. In one of his dreams he is on a film set acting as an archaeologist who has just discovered a new tomb that houses a horrifying living mummy.
|Big Bad Beetleborgs|
Wesley Barker, Herbie Baez, Blake Torney
In a haunted mansion three kids accidentally release a ghostly presence that, in return for releasing him, offers to grant them one wish. They wish to become their comic book heroes, the Big Bad Beetleborgs, but this also brings the Beetleborgs' sworn enemies to life, the Magnavores (in the second season replaced by the Crustaceans).
The series "Big Bad Beetleborgs" (later called "Beetleborgs Metallix") ran for two seasons on Fox Kids network between 1996 and 1998. One of the regular characters is Mums, a 5,000 year-old Egyptian mummy that can unwrap his bandages to reveal a 'grim reaper'-like form. Only two episodes center around this character. In first season episode 37, entitled "The Curse of Mums' Tomb", two archaeologists come to the haunted mansion to reburry Mums because they believe it let loose a curse upon them that makes them sneeze and itch all the time. In second season episode 18, entitled "The Curse of the Mummy's Mommy", Mums' mommy, who is also a mummy, comes to town.
Directed by Seth Kearsley
A pharaoh who avenges his murdered son, Rapses, and his guardians by cursing the killer, the treacherous Scarab, to 50 lifetimes entombed beneath the sands of Egypt. Now, 3500 years later, 12-year-old Presley Carnavon unwittingly learns he is the descendant of Prince Rapses and that he, Presley, is being pursued by the recently loosed Scarab. However, risen to protect Presley are his mummified guardians who, with the special powers granted by the ancient Ra, possess the skill, cunning, and mystical weaponry to protect the young boy. Here, in Mummies Alive!, ancient Egypt is reborn in modern-day San Francisco as the centuries old battle of good vs. evil wages on.
Made-for-television 42 episodes-series.
Mario Yedidia, Clara Bryant, Adam Wylie, Ken Campbell
Three kids accidentally re-animate a 3000 year old Egyptian mummy on Halloween. They accidentally set him free, but if they don't get him back to his resting place by midnight, he'll turn into dust and lose his only chance of being reunited with his long-lost love.
With this film the young performers Clara Bryant, Mario Yedidia and Adam Wylie earned the "Best Performance in a TV Movie or Feature Film" award at the 1998 Young Artist Awards.
|Don't Wake Mummy|
Evan Morgan, A.J. Cook, Peter Jarvis, Richard Denison
A teenage girl loves to tease and scare her easily-frightened younger brother. When one day a mummy is delivered to their house from their father who is an Egyptologist, she cannot resist the idea to use it to scare her brother. However, when she opens the sarcophagus the long-dead mummy is awakened and clearly has other plans.
Episode 41 from the television series "Goosebumps" based on R.L. Stine's popular series of young adult horror fiction. The series ran for 4 seasons and 74 episodes between 1995 and 1998.
|Legend of the Mummy|
Louis Gossett, Jr., Amy Locane, Eric Lutes
"An Ancient Queen. Her Deadly Curse. The Terror Begins."
Set in present day San Francisco, this thriller is the tale of famed Egyptologist Abel Trelawny, his beautiful twenty-four year old daughter Margaret and Robert Wyatt, the man Margaret turns to on the most frightening night of her life. Margaret’s father is found in a coma with his right arm savagely torn in seven strange cuts. Lying nearby is his most prized possession, the ancient mummy of Queen Tera. Robert becomes immersed in the great mystery of the Trelawny mansion, a mansion adorned by hundreds of ancient treasures taken from the Egyptian tombs decades earlier. Among these artifacts are explicit instructions from Trelawny to his daughter. "If I am mysteriously stricken, I must not be move form this house. I must never be alone". Helping Margaret and Robert keep watch is a curious mix of characters: Trelawny’s doctor, an ex-Scotland Yard detective and a mysterious colleague from the Egyptian expeditions long ago, John Crock. It is this mad eccentric, John Crock, that seems to know the answers and most importantly...the questions.
Fourth film adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel "The Jewel of Seven Stars". Also known as "Bram Stoker's Legend of the Mummy".
|Tale of the Mummy|
Jason Scott Lee, Christopher Lee, Louise Lombard
"The curse is legend. The terror is real."
The tomb of the horrific prince Talos is found only to release a gruesome and evil force onto London where an exhibition on the finds is held. An inspector of the US embassy thinks he's on the trail of a serial killer, but soon finds himself confronted with ancient powers beyond his wildest imagination.
Also known as "Talos the Mummy".
|For Love or Mummy|
Bronson Pinchot, Gailard Sartain
"Their uncles paved the way for their hijinks...Now all they want is their mummy."
Stan Laurel and Olliver Hardy serve as escorts for for a museum's Egyptian exhibit. When a 3000-year-old mummy is missing and they're blamed, they find themselves pursued by the police and the museum authorities while trying to protect a professor's daughter from the re-born mummy.
|The Curse of the Mummy's Toe|
TV-series Mad Jack the Pirate
Directed by Jeff DeGrandis, Bill Kopp
While looking for treasure inside an Egyptian pyramid, Pirate Jack unwittingly takes a mummy's toe which happens to be cursed…
Episode from the short lived animated children series "Mad Jack the Pirate" about the adventures of a rather unsuccessful and cowardly pirate.
TV-series Flying Rhino Junior High
After viering a movie about pharaoh Phinster and Mrs. Snodgrass teaching Egyptian history in class, boy genious Earl morphs the whole school into an Egyptian tomb. The four heroes of the story, Billy, Marcus, Ruby and Lydia, have to find their way out of the maze and return the school back to normal before they are sealed in the tomb forever. Matters get complicated when Lydia takes a golden scarab and unleashes a mummy.
Episode from the animated television series "Flying Rhino Junior High". In this series we follow the adventures of four children who try to counteract the chaos created in their school by boy genious Earl P. Sidebottom who has created a supercomputer capable of altering reality.
Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Arnold Vosloo
Rousing, suspenseful and horrifying epic about an expedition of treasure-seeking explorers in the Sahara Desert in 1925. Stumbling upon an ancient tomb, the hunters unwittingly set loose a 3,000-year-old legacy of terror, which is embodied in the vengeful reincarnation of an Egyptian priest who had been sentenced to an eternity as one of the living dead.
It is often suggested that this film is a remake of the 1932 film "The Mummy" with Boris Karloff, but that is really not the case. The storyline has hardly anything in common with the original movie and the abundance of special effects make it a typical turn of the millenium product. In an interview director Stephen Sommers was quoted saying "Look I love the original, and there are some things that I want to keep. But I’d like to do a complete reworking and make a huge popcorn movie".
|Ingo Jownes und die schlimme Mumie|
Wolfgang Butzlaff, Simon Gosejohann, Sylvia Hess
Ingo Jownes discovers the legendary mummy of a pharaoh. It is immediately taken by the Nazis who expect it will give them immortality.
Short 15 minute trash-type of production made for a small film festival audience by the Neverhorst Company, a group of German experimental cineasts.
Nile, an ancient Egyptian mummy, is brought back to life and becomes a nanny in a modern 21st century family. Only the children of the family know her secret and together they have various adventures.
French-German co-produced animated television series that ran for 26 episodes in 1999. French title: "Momie Au Pair". Alternate German title: "Mummy Nanny - Unsere Mumie ist die Beste".
|Stalk Like An Egyptian|
TV-series Big Wolf on Campus
Brandon Quinn, Danny Smith, Rachelle Lefevre
When Tommy and Merton unknowingly resurrect an ancient Egyptian mummy on a school field-trip, it happens to be a teenage pharaoh who immediately wants to make Stacey his queen, forever…
Episode 10 of the tv-series "Big Wolf on Campus", which ran for 65 episodes between 1999 and 2002. The series chronicles the adventures of Tommy, a student in his senior year at high school who was turned into a werewolf after being bitten on a camping trip the night before the first day of school. Tommy and his friend Merton battle a myriad of paranormal creatures that attack Pleasantville.
|The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb|
TV-series Mona the Vampire
The day after the Philatelic Society's visit to the traveling mummy exhibit at the local museum, Reverend Gregory disappears. Mona the vampire and her pals must get to the bottom of his mysterious disappearance AND discover why an Egyptian mummy has been strolling about town. Is the traveling exhibit a cover for its very-much-living host? Is the local hospital's burn specialist in on the conspiracy? The last time Mona saw Reverend Gregory, he was heading off to do some suntanning behind the church. What happened to Fang's tube of Fur Mousse, and why do she and Fang now have a tube of sunscreen? Mona can only do her best, but even that may not be enough when facing the living Curse of the Mummy's Tomb. (source: bcdb.com)
Episode 19 from the animated series "Mona the Vampire". The series follows the extraordinary adventures of 10-year-old Mona 'The Vampire' Parker and her friends as they battle a new foe of the supernatural in every episode. A total of 65 episodes were made between 1999 and 2002. Based on the original French series "Mona le Vampire" by Louis Piché and Jean Caillon, and the short stories of Sonia Holleyman and Hiawyn Oram.
Carmen, Anne Howe, Phyllisha anne, Julianna Sterling
A young intern at a museum discovers just how real an ancient Egyptian curse is as she experiences the sins of a mummy.
Porn movie made for the video market. Issued as one of 4 stories in edition number 24 of the video series "Perverted Stories".
Matt McColm, Derwin Jordan
While trying to stop a robbery in an Egyptian museum, superhero NightMan's laser eye-beam accidentally resurrects the evil mummified Queen Neflalah.
Episode 37 from the science-fiction television series "Night Man" about a martial artist superhero, loosely based on a comic book published by Malibu Comics and created by Steve Englehart. The series ran for 44 episodes in two seasons from 1998 to 1999.
Misty Mundae, Esmeralda DellaRocco
The sexy and diabolical Doctor Humboldt schemes to build an indestructible Fourth Reich, but for that she requires the wisdom and magic of ancient Egypt, and the resurrection of evil king Thotep. To that end, she kidnaps Professor Kleve and his beautiful daughter Kristen who holds the secret to resuscitating the Thotep mummy. When Humboldt's seduction of Kristen fails, she forces Kristen to recite the incantation that brings the monstrous, ages dead mummy back to life. But little does Humboldt know that Misty Mundae "Mummy Raider" is hot on her trail and even hotter in her tight leather outfit. Misty battles Humboldt's henchmen and the rampaging mummy with big guns blazing, lethal fists flying, and silky skin baring! The mummy destroyed and Humboldt safely in chains, Misty and Kristen get down to the real action, sinfully partaking of each other's luscious bodies with a lust so intense it can raise the dead! And when Humboldt promises to be a good girl, Misty sets her free, thus turning the ultra-erotic two-way into an even steamier menage-a-trois.
One of a whole series of Misty Munday video porno movies. See also "Lust in the Mummy's Tomb" (2001).
|The Mummy Theme Park|
Adam O'Neill, Holly Laningham, Cyrus Elias, Helen Preest
In Egypt an earthquake uncovers an ancient underground Necropolis. Sheik El Sahid enters the holy place, knowing it is cursed, and six months later opens a "Mummy Theme Park" on the very same spot. Surely a recipe for trouble…
|Sex Files: Ancient Desires|
Regina Russell, Jenna Bodnar, Daniel Anderson, Steve Curtis
An archaeologist accidentally unleashes an ancient goddess of sexual slavery ("Queen Mummy"). She instantly uses her powers of passion to make him her slave, and then she discovers his wife. Now armed with two slaves, her long-dormant powers are stronger than ever, and she begins her reign of desire. Searching for more and more victims to quench her insatiable lust, it becomes more apparent that the world can not survive her sexuality and she must be stopped and forced into her lonely tomb.
Episode from the 14-part video-series "Sex Files" (1998-2001), a series of feature-length softcore movies involving aliens, ghosts and other paranormal phenomena. The film's setting contains some Egyptian elements, without really committing to an Egyptian context.
TV-series Buzz Lightyear of Star Command
Directed by Steve Loter
While on an archeological expedition studying "Planet X", the Little Green Men stumble upon the quasi-Egyptian resting place of an ancient powerful being called Natron the 1st and unwittingly bring him back to life. Now it is up to Buzz and his team to battle the powerful mummy who is capable of draining a human's lifeforce!
Episode 61 of a series of 62 episodes of the animated sci-fi series "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command", which features the hero Buzz Lightyear from the animated movies "Toy Story" (USA, 1995) and "Toy Story 2" (USA, 1999).
|Curse of the Mummy|
TV-series Angela Anaconda
The gang's on another field trip, this time to the local museum. An exhibit on ancient Egypt is clearly the most exciting. Nanette gets so excited over ancient gold, she knocks Angela into a mummy. The mummy topples onto Angela. Normally, this wouldn't be a bad thing, except in this instance, the mummy is cursed. Since Angela touched the mummy, everyone assumes that she's cursed, too, and wants nothing to do with her. Only Johnny, Gordy and Gina believe that their pal is curse-free. They all agree to help Angela. But all too soon, Angela's hit with some unfortunate coincidences, aka bad luck, and her friends desert her, too. If her life seems like it couldn't get any worse, it does. Angela's partnered with Nanette to do a science project. Nanette gets enraged over this turn of events, and, while throwing a fit, bumps into Angela. Normally, this wouldn't be a bad thing, except in this instance, Angela's cursed. Since Nanette touched Angela, the curse passes on to her. Now it's Nanette who everyone stays away from! (source: toonarific.com)
Episode from the animated tv-series "Angela Anaconda", which features a unique cutout animation technique. It revolves around the pre-teen adventures of an eight-year-old girl named Angela as she combats the trials and tribulations of school life. More than 120 episodes were made.
|The I Want My Mummy Syndrome|
TV-series Men In Black: The Series
An ancient Egyptian mummy escapes from a museum. However, it turns out to be a Hyperion scout who was trapped in stasis. He opens a galaxy gateway for a Hyperion horde. 'Men in black' Jay and Kay try all in their power to do semething about it.
Episode from the television animated series 'Men In Black - The Series', a spin-off of the original 1997 science fiction movie 'Men in Black' (based on the comics series by Aircel Comics). The series aired on the Kids' WB for four seasons from 1997 through 2001.
|The Mummy Returns|
Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Patricia Velazquez, The Rock, Oded Fehr
10 years after the events of the first film, Rick O'Connell is now married to Evelyn and the couple have settled in London, where they are raising their 9-year-old son Alex. When a chain of events finds the corpse of Imhotep resurrected in the British Museum, the mummy Imhotep walks the earth once more, determined to fulfill his quest for immortality. But another force has also been set loose in the world ... one born of the darkest rituals of ancient Egyptian mysticism, and even more powerful than Imhotep. When these two forces clash, the fate of the world will hang in the balance, sending the O'Connells on a desperate race to save the world from unspeakable evil, and rescue their son before it is too late. (source: www.sequelbuzz.com)
|Lust in the Mummy's Tomb|
Misty Mundae, Patty Perturbed
Delectable nymph and university student Misty Mundae is on holiday at her father's estate. Following a sensual and luxurious morning shower, Misty makes a shocking discovery. There, in a secret study, is the remains of the mummy I-Hop-Shank, recently stolen from the City Museum. Unable to curb her naughty girlish curiosity, Misty begins caressing the ages-dead mummy hoping that her young and lustful vigor will bring it back to life. Soon Misty is aroused to the breaking point, but she cannot believe her eyes when I-Hop-Shank awakens, drawing his first breath in millennia. Revived by the virginal, pleasure-flushed beauty before him, the mummy musters his strength and lumbers after Misty. He must have her! Barely escaping his clumsy advances, Misty learns that the study also hides a voluptuous Egyptian princess - 100% alive and 110% in need of Misty's scrumptious body. Always wanting to study Ancient Civilizations in a more intimate and hands-on way, Misty "jumps" at the opportunity, and female eroticism has never been explored so thoroughly. (source: www.seductioncinema.com)
One of a whole series of Misty Munday video porno movies. See also "Mummy Raider" (2000).
|The Mummy: The Animated Series|
Jim Cummings, Grey DeLisle, Nicholas Guest
Set one year after The Mummy Returns, this WB series follows the adventures of Alex O'Connell and his archaeologist parents, as The Mummy tracks them down.
|The Mummy Parody|
Snoop Doggy Dogg, Oded Fehr, Rob Schneier
A "Mummy Returns" spoof.
|Belphégor: Le Fantôme du Louvre|
Sophie Marceau, Michel Serrault, Julie Christie
In 1935, a French archaeologist discovers a perfectly intact tomb. However, there’s something unusual about this mummy... Its identity on all objects has been removed, as if someone wanted to sabotage the soul’s journey into the afterlife. When the mummy is transported by ship to the Louvre Museum in France, nearly the whole crew dies under mysterious circumstances… Seventy years later, as the mummy is run through a CAT scan, mysterious power outages begin to occur at the Louvre and throughout the neighboring vicinity, and soon guards at the museum begin to die. Could this be the mummy’s spirit returning? When a girl living across the street follows her cat into the museum, the spirit takes over her body. She begins stealing the new Egyptian relics, believing them to be rightfully hers. As the collection begins to shrink, a renowned detective is brought out of retirement to assist in solving the case.
Based on the 1965 French TV series, Belphegor, throwing in dashes of the current Hollywood Mummy movies for good measure.
|Der Fluch der Mumie|
TV-series Kommissar Rex
Art gallery owners Egon Limbach and Roman Forster are offered the incredible amount of 10 million dollars for a stolen Egyptian mummy that they just sold to someone else. They decide to make a fake mummy as a replacement, but where to get a suitable body?
Episode 102 of the long running German television series "Kommisar Rex" about the adventures of a police dog called Rex.
|De Vloek van de Mummie|
TV-series Samson en Gert
Danny Verbiest, Gert Verhulst, Walter de Donder, Koen Crucke
The mayor and Van Leemhuyzen organize an Egyptian exposition, starring a mummy, but just that happens to be missing from the sarcophagus. Alberto is furious when he's denied the part of fake mummy, paid for with 5 cream cakes, because he could barely fit in the coffin. So he dresses up as a cursed mummy to steal the cakes. Gert catches on and retorts. (source: IMDb)
"The Mummy's Curse" is an episode from the Belgian (Flemish) children series "Samson en Gert" about a man and his friend, a dog who can speak, and is characterized by a stream of running gags. The successful series ran from 1990 until 2005 for more than 750 episodes.
|Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase|
Directed by Jim Stenstrum
Scooby-Doo and the gang are trapped in a video game where they meet the cyber gang who just look just like them. While haunted by a phantom virus they follow Scooby Snacks through various levels. The 7th level brings them to ancient Egypt with mummies, Egyptian Gods, and camels.
Fourth of a series of direct-to-video animated films based on Hanna-Barbera's Scooby-Doo Saturday morning cartoons. It is recognized as the last "official" Hanna-Barbera production, before Warner Brothers fully absorbed the studio after the passing of founder and creator William Hanna in 2001. It features the Mystery, Inc. gang, which includes Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Freddy, Daphne and Velma.
Bruce Campbell, Ossie Davis
Elvis appears alive as an elderly resident in a Texas rest home, having switched identities with an impersonator years before his 'death'. He teams up with fellow resident John F. Kennedy to fight off a 2000-year-old cowboy hat-wearing mummy named Bubba-Ho-Tep, who is prowling through the old folk's home.
Based on the Bram Stoker Award nominee short story by cult author Joe R. Lansdale.
|The Mummy's Kiss|
Ava Niche, Sasha Peralta, George Thomas
An ancient Egyptian princess comes back to modern times, unwrapped, mystically transformed into a moden-day babe... using her sexuality and supernatural powers in an erotic quest to claim the reincarnation of her time-lost lover.
Soft porn film produced for video. Interestingly, the film opens with the same fragment from the ballet "Swan Lake" by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky as was used in the 1932 production of The Mummy. It contains many further references to that film. Followed in 2005 by "The Mummy's Kiss - 2nd Dynasty".
|The Threat of the Mummy|
Darin Kerr, Dawn Kidle, Paul Kelly, Sarah Davis
A small Midwestern university’s collection of antiquities has been all but ignored, until a graduate student wins approval to unwrap an ancient Egyptian mummy for her dissertation. Events heat up when her plan provokes extremists to steal the body in protest, causing national news media to descend on the town. Then a clandestine attempt to perform the ancient funeral liturgy unwittingly brings the mummy back to life—revealing secrets lost for two millennia and unleashing a threat no one ever imagined.
Low-budget horror movie, heavy on the camp melodrama. Christopher P. Jacobs produced and directed The Threat of the Mummy on digital video from his own script, as well as photographing and editing the production.
|Clock like an Egyptian|
Directed by Larry Jacobs
Dr. Marbles finds the encryptor chip (the computer chip that will enable Marbles to delete Motherboard's virus) in an ancient pyramid. But the Mummy who guards the pyramid finds Marbles. When the kids and Digit arrive, they must work their way through the chambers of the pyramid – find Dr. Marbles – and escape before a trap set by the Mummy seals them inside forever. How much time do they have? Unfortunately, they have no clock or watch to tell them how much time has gone by. How can they be helped?
Episode 9 of the Emmy Award-winning series Cyberchase, which teaches kids aged 8-12 math concepts in a fun way they can understand. Every episode concludes with a "For Real" live action segment in which a young comic actor encounters a situation which reinforces the math concept explored in the animated story line. The episode "Clock like an Egyptian" centers around the topic of timekeeping: measure the passage of time by chosing a starting point and count up the beats of something that repeats at steady, regular intervals.
|Mummy Scares Best|
TV-series What's New Scooby-Doo?
While in Egypt on an archeological dig with Melbourne O'Reilly, the gang encounters pharaoh Scamses the 15th, a mummy who has a knack of turning tourists into his zombie minions. So the gang sets out to solve the mystery - that is, until Fred, Daphne and Velma get turned into zombies too!
Episode 15 of the animated series "What's New Scooby-Doo?", yet another Scooby spin-off about the teenage detectives solving mysteries across the country. The series ran for 3 seasons, totalling 39 episodes (30 min. each) and a few specials.
|I Love Mummy|
Kelly Turner, Neil Crone, Mark Caven
Thirteen-year-old James and his wacky, working-class family inherit a 3,250 year-old mummy who promptly comes to life, puts his spoiled, regal, ancient Egyptian feet up on the coffee table and proceeds to hog the remote. There's really nothing like a teenage pharaoh in the house to fill the place with hijinks, crack an introverted boy out of his shell and give a new perspective to the sheer craziness of our overly technical, hyperactive, new millennial lives. (source: www.tv.com)
TV-series that ran 1 season with a total of 26 episodes.
TV-series Aqua Teen Hunger Force
Directed by Jay Edwards
In this episode Frylock, a box of french fried potatoes that possesses magical powers, discovers a mummy in the crawlspace under the house. The mummy begins to exhort his bratish favors from Frylock by threatening him with an ancient Egyptian curse.
When there is trouble, pick up the phone and order a milkshake, a meatball, with a side of fries. Yeah, call the Aqua Teen Hunger Force, the most elite human-sized food crime solving team in the greater New Jersey area… "Love Mummy" is episode 13 of the animated tv-series "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" that (so far) ran a total of 67 episodes of 10 minutes from 2000 until 2007.
|Raiders of The Lost Arse: The Mummy's Hand|
Bryce Pierce, Jeff Allen, Simon Cox
Gay porn movie by Raging Stallion Studios. Super-stud Jeff Allen leads a team of sex-crazed explorers on a search for the long lost tomb of a pharaoh.
|Curse of the Mummy|
Episode from the British puppet series "Pets", a sort of flatmate situation comedy about the everyday lives of four household pets who live in a filthy, rundown house. The events of the episodes tend to be very bizarre, with supernatural occurrences such as appearances by archangels, poltergeists and aliens. In this particular episode the parrot JP unwittingly puts an ancient curse on his hapless housemates. Psychopathic blue persian cat Davina has to call upon a few ancient Egyptian connections in order to tackle the problem.
A man enters an Egyptian Museum to escape the summer heat. The museum is incredibly empty and as the man wanders around with curiosity his attention is drawn by a mummy in a glass reliquary. Soon his mind is drawn back into Egypt's horrible past…
Low-budget ($25000) horror movie.
Jeannie Elias, Walter Lang
12-year-old Cleo's knowledge of ancient Egypt is turned on its head when a bolt of lightning awakens the mummified body of child pharaoh Tut-ankh-en-set-amun on display in a local museum. Together with her pet cat Luxor, she attempts to help him adjust to life in the 21st Century. Not an easy task: short in stature, but long on attitude, King Tut-ankh-en-set-amun believes he is the supreme ruler of the world. Together they embark on various adventures based on real Egyptology.
Educational 'Discovery Kids' cartoon series about ancient Egypt and Egyptian mythology. Based on the comic book character created by Jay Stephens in 1996. The Tutenstein animated cartoon has gone on to win an Emmy Award and is now shown in countries all over the world in several languages. Dr. Kasia Szpakowska, an Egyptologist from the University of Wales in the U.K., worked with the series producers to ensure that the written and visual aspects of the series were appropriately informed by Egyptian content. The production team received Emmy Awards for the first and second season.
|Evil Unleashed: The Mummy|
Heather Chase, Brian Guest, Perrine Moore
Goofball college kids and their professor unleash centuries old evil in the form of the deadly but beautiful mummy Nefertesia. She's back to wreck havoc on the present day world. But how do you stop something that's been dead for thousands of years?
Brainless low budget horror movie where ancient Egypt looks just like the California mountains combined with shots of a tacky miniature golf course pyramid. Presented in 2D and 3D.
Onassis and Todd accompany Nate to a museum so Nate can work on his history homework. Here they find themselves at the opening premiere of the mummy of a long lost Egyptian king. On the coffin is a text cursing anyone who dares speak ill of the deceased. Unknown to the kids, they crack jokes and speak of the mummy’s bad odors. Not long after they find themselves at the mercy of the mummy.
Episode 4 of the matrial arts series "Kwoon", where university students get themselves in and out of all sorts of mythological trouble by means of kung fu.
|The Mummy's Tomb|
Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan, Holly Marie Combs
Phoebe falls prey to Jeric, an Egyptian demon of mummification in search of the perfect body to hold the spirit of Isis, his dead lover. To trap the spirit, Jeric mummifies Phoebe's body. Cole tries to save Phoebe by making a deal with the demon.
Episode 98 (season 5, episode 10) of the highly acclaimed tv-series "Charmed" about three sisters (Prue, Piper and Phoebe) who have reunited and unlocked their powers to become the Charmed Ones, the most powerful witches to exist. They vanquish evil and save innocents while living their lives as normal women in the real world… The series has so far ran a total of 178 episodes in 8 seasons from 1998 and still continues. The episode "The mummy's Tomb" was originally named "Y Tu Mummy Tambien". See also episode number 11 "Feats of Clay" (1999).
|Attack of the Virgin Mummies|
Violet Blue, Hanna Harper, Nikki Love
In ancient Egypt, the three young and beautiful daughters of the pharaoh are murdered and mummified by a maniac. But when the criminal returns in the 21st Century as a mummy on a path of destruction, the three princesses are the only ones who can stop him. Reincarnated as go-go girls in a strip club, they are only too happy to extract justice for the fate that befell them long time ago.
Comic porn B-movie with lots of mummy nudity, featuring porn stars Violet Blue, Hanna Harper and Nikki Love.
|World of Adventure: Mummy's Breath|
Eric Bender, Kenneth Gould, Mark Sellin
Three drunken spelunkers gallivant through the unexplored tomb of Almondhotep the XXXV, the oldest mummy ever to be discoverd.
Comedy by small production company Mikeflix.
|Beach Party Mummy|
TV-series Jimmy Neutron
Bored by a class documentary on mummies, Jimmy decides to take Carl, Sheen, Libby, and Cindy along with him to see the real deal. But when his Electro-Life gizmo accidentally brings the mummies to life, Jimmy's got to keep himself and his friends from becoming the latest addition to Queen Hazabataslapya's Tomb. (source: tv.com)
Episode from the animated series "Jimmy Neutron" about a boy genius whose amazing inventions make his life easier and more interesting… when they work the way they’re supposed to. For Jimmy, his robot dog Goddard and his pals, every short-circuit is a new adventure.
|Le Reveil de la Momie|
TV-series Kid Paddle
On a school visit to the local history museum, Kid and his friends are fascinated by the ancient Egyptian display and especially mummies. They decide to run an experiment to see if they can revive a mummy by way of translating a magical papyrus to make a strong revival potion. On the day after the experiment they discover the mummy has indeed disappeared from its coffin and are pretty impressed by their accomplishment. Later on a news bulletin they hear it did not walk off by itself, but was probably stolen.
Episode from the animated series "Kid Paddle" based on the long running popular Franco-Belgian comic series of the same name created by Michel Ledent.
|Cleopatra 2: The Legend of Eros|
Following the discovery of mummy of the ancient queen, genetic wizardry is put into play in a secret laboratory hidden in the depths of the sinister "Astrick Corporation" in order to bring her back to life.
Hardcore sex movie made for the porn video market by Private. Sequel to "Cleopatra" (Sweden, 2003). Continues the torrid tale of the steamy sex adventures of Cleopatra. Who else…
|That's My Mummy|
TV-series The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy
Billy finds out that Irwin's mom is actually a mummy, but Irwin and his dad are quick to deny it. Mandy and Grim don't believe him either. The three investigate, and find that she actually lives in a sarcophagus in the basement of Irwin's house, which for unexplained reasons looks like an Egyptian tomb. As Irwin's dad puts it: "You can't help who you fall in love with".
Episode 33 from the animated children's tv series "The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy", a spin off from the animated series "Grim & Evil" which originally ran from June 2003 to 2007.
|Revenge of the Mummy|
TV-series The Basil Brush Show
Molly's homework on the ancient Egyptians leads to the discovery of a burial chamber under the flat. Basil and the gang are keen to raid the tomb and get their hands on the famous jewel that once belonged to King Tutenbek. But are they wise to ignore the jewel's curse?
Episode from the children's BBC sitcom named "The Basil Brush Show" about the adventures of a mischievous character called Basil Brush (portrayed by a glove puppet).
|Scooby-Doo in Where's My Mummy?|
Directed by Jim Stenstrum
Archeologist and super sleuth Velma is in Egypt for the unveiling ceremony of the restored Sphinx - a mysterious mythical creature with the head of a man and the body of a lion - only to discover a hidden tomb belonging to Cleopatra herself! But beware the ancient pharaoh's curse: "The Nile will fall, the desert shall rise and all who dare enter will be turned to stone!" Of course that won't stop Scooby-Doo and the Mystery Inc. team from going inside and finding something even more mummifying...a cursed army of the undead! (source: Warner Bros.)
Scooby-Doo is a popular and long-running animated series produced for television by Hanna-Barbera Productions, now Cartoon Network Studios. "Scooby-Doo! in Where's My Mummy?" was, however, not produced for television but is a so-called direct-to-video movie. These movies feature the original five-character cast from the early "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!" days, not including the later Scrappy-Doo character. The success of the video movies led to Scooby's return to television in the "What's New, Scooby-Doo?" series, which in 2002 also included a mummy feature called "Mummy Scares Best" (USA, 2002).
|Night of Anubis|
Andy Dallas, Meagan Benz, Ben McDuffee
The mummy of a 3000 year-old criminal has been resurrected and is wreaking havoc in a large university town. An Egyptology professor and two of his students are the only people with the ability and know-how to destroy it. Their only hope is to race the undead creature to find the Amulet of Anubis, an ancient artifact instilled with absolute power over life and death. (source: IMDb)
Micro-budget independent film by Dark Maze Studios (formerly Mobled Queen Entertainment).
Mya Diamond, Ramon Nomar, Carmen Vera, Veronica da Souza
Attractive archaeologist Mario is having supper in a luxurious restaurant with a beautiful girl who he tries to conquer. He tells her the 2500 year old story of Imothep, an Egyptian magician fallen in disgrace because of his forbidden love for Neferkefir, the wife of the pharaoh. Mario, however, is Imhotep and through his magic powers he wants to reincarnate Neferkefir in this girl.
X-rated version of "The Mummy".
|Legion of the Dead|
TV-series Paul Bales
Bruce Boxleitner, Zach Galligan,Claudia Lynx
"An ancient tomb unearthed... An underworld army unleashed!"
A group of students discover an ancient Egyptian tomb in the Southern California hills. The Egyptologist who comes to invesitate finds it contains the remains of the evil priestess Aneh-Tet and unwittingly brings her back to life. Once risen, she raises an army of the undead to fulfill a prophecy that will give her the power to rule both the dead and the living.
|The Mummy's Kiss: 2nd Dynasty|
Kylie Wyote, Elyse Lam, Mark Bedell
"She's back… wrapped… and ready to unwind!"
Museum director Dr. Zita Furneaux, empowered by the Egyptian goddess Nephthys, regains her lost youth by dispatching a living Mummy to kidnap sexy young women from whom she steals their ka's (souls)," turning them into zombie-like love slaves. Reporter Elyse Lam, investigating the case of the missing women, also falls prey to Zita's lusts.
Soft porn movie. Sequel to "The Mummy's Kiss" (USA, 2002).
|Talk Like an Egyptian|
TV-series Zixx: Level Two
Reece Thompson, Jeffrey Hirschfield
Zixx and the Team enlist the help of an infamous Archaeologist to help them in their quest, involving hieroglyphic riddles, a tomb, and a mummy in a sarcophagus holding a key to decypherment.
Episode 19 from the tv series "Zixx: Level Two", which combines live action and game animation in a kids' sci-fi series that chronicles the adventures of an unlikely team of heroes who join forces in a quest to save the universe from evil.
|The Fallen Ones|
Casper Van Dien, Kristen Miller, Robert Wagner
The 'Fallen Ones' were an ancient cult in Egypt that worshiped giants. One such giant was Aramis, whose father is a fallen Fallen Angel who had Armamis mummified to save his spirit from the great flood. Time passes, it is 2005 and a team of Archaeologists led by clues in an ancient text have found the tomb. But one of them is not who he appears to be! He is the Fallen One and has plans on resurrecting Aramis and start a new race of giants to destroy all of humankind. Matt and his team must find a way to take down a hundred foot mummy before it is too late.
|Escape to the House of Mummies, part II|
TV-series The Venture Bros.
In this sequel to a fictional part I, Team Venture find themselves trapped in a pyramid in the clutches of a bloodthirsty ancient Egyptian cult of Osiris and their time machine. Dr. Venture narrowly escapes and teams up with Master Billy Quizboy and Pete White, but promptly forgets to mount a rescue. So it's up to Brock and a pantheon of history's greatest men to find another way out.
Episode 18 of the animated series "The Venture Bros." (26 episodes so far) which chronicles the adventures of two dopey teenage boys Hank and Dean, their super-scientist father Dr. Thaddeus Venture, and their father's secret-agent bodyguard Brock Samson. The show contains a lot of references to other animated adventures of the past.
|The Sacred Stone of Horus|
A Sacred stone is kept guarded at all times and many a thieves have tried to steal the jewel from its rightful place. Will a new and curious adventurer be more successful?
3D animation short by students from the German Film School.
TV-series Kabouter Plop
Walter De Donder, Hilde Vanhulle, Aimé Anthoni, Agnes De Nul
Smal needs to practice her skills as a nurse. She finds Klus a willing victim, wrapping him totally in bandages. Their friends Plop and Kwebbel and totally unaware of this and faint immediately when confronted with his mummy-like appearance. Klus walks off with both arms stretched before him, like a real mummy from the a 1940's movie!
Episode from the popular Belgian children series "Kabouter Plop" about the adventures of Gnome named Plop and his friends.
TV-series Genie In The House
When Emma plays a video game set in the ancient Egypt times and wishes that the mummy, who she cannot beat, wasn't in the game, Adil the Genie unwittingly transports this mummy into their house. Fortunately, the mummy thinks that Adil is his master, so Adil sees an opportunity to have his own servant for once. When Emma lets slip that Adil isn't really his master, the mummy starts chasing him. So Adil sends the mummy back into the game, but the wish goes wrong and their own living room is transformed there instead. After some difficulties Adil manages to overcome the mummy, put everything right and end the game.
Episode from the animated television series "Genie In The House" about a widowed father with two teenage daughters who find a dusty old lamp containing a real genie named Adil while exploring the loft of their new home. This leads to all sorts of magical adventures. The series has run from 2006 until present for more than 78 episodes.
|The Edison Death Machine|
Stacey T. Gillespie, Ashley Arkels, Matthew Shipman
Thought only to exist in legend, Edison's device for contacting the dead is found...and stolen. A group of professional thieves go on a global crime spree reanimating the dead in order to steal treasures thought long lost. Among them is the mummy of pharaoh Akananton, who curses them on the spot.
Low-budget zombie movie produced for the DVD market by filmmaker George Bonilla and ZP International.
|Pyramids of Panic|
TV-series The Amazing Adrenalini Brothers
Episode 21 from the Flash animated series "The Amazing Adrenalini Brothers", about three daredevils who are on a world tour performing the wildest stunts the world has ever seen. While surfing sand dunes of Egypt, with their vehicle they accidentally destroy several pyramids, freeing a locked up mummy in the process. One of the destroyed pyramids, however, is Cleopatra's new tomb. Cleopatra orders them to clean things up and have the pyramid restored. After several failed attempts, including one building the pyramid upside down, they finally manage to put things right.
TV-series Las Vegas
James Caan, Josh Duhamel, Cheryl Ladd
An Egyptian mummy is to be displayed in an exhibit at the Montecito Hotel, but it gets stolen. Due to special circumstances the authorities cannot interfer with the problem, so Ed, Mike, Danny and Delinda are forced to retrieve the mummy on their own. The thief, it appears, is someone who has diplomatic immunity.
Episode 13 of season 3 of the television series "Las Vegas", a fast-paced, sexy drama that follows the elite Las Vegas surveillance team charged with maintaining the security of a large resort and casino.
|Terror in the Pharaoh's Tomb|
Leanna Chamisch, John Calvin Doyle, Leo Wayne Dymowski
Intrepid adventurers Ace Zucco, Mike Flannigan and reporter Fay Kendal travel to Egypt to find missing archaeologist Rick Banning. The trail takes them back to London, Scotland and finally again to Egypt where they discover more than they bargained for as they find for the lost city of Lemuria.
This low budget independent feature by Midnight Marqee Productions is a parody on the 1940's mummy horror B-movies.
Monique Parent, Brinke Stevens
"A Vampire's Craving! A Mummy's Curse!"
Countess Elizabeth Bathory, history’s infamous lesbian vampire arrives from Transylvania to take over the Los Angeles castle of Count Dracula. Elizabeth orders the castle's servant Renfield to find a way for her to survive in daylight. He learns from Professor Foran, an archaeologist from the local museum, the legend of Hor-She-Sut, an evil Egyptian sorceress whose mummy is kept at the museum. Using the mummy as a conduit, Elizabeth contacts Hathor, the Egyptian 'blood goddess' and sister of the sun-god Ra. Hathor reveals that, by drinking the blood of three young women and also stealing their Ka's (spiritual souls), Elizabeth will be able to survive in sunlight. This Elizabeth does, but when she subsequently defies Hathor, Renfield summons the goddess. Hathor possesses and re-animates the Mummy’s body. Elizabeth and the Mummy battle outside the castle, but Renfield is finally able to subdue Elizabeth by wielding a sacred 'Blood Scarab' like a crucifix before her and impale her heart using one of the mummy's severed arms like a stake, thus saving Hathor.
|I Want My Mummy|
TV-series The Suite Life of Zack and Cody
Dylan Sprouse, Cole Sprouse, Brenda Song
When Zack and Cody knock an ancient mummy over the balcony, Zack dresses Cody up to replace him for an exhibit. Esteban is scared of the curse of the mummy and he puts on garlic which smells awful! He and Maddie dress up Maddie's old doll so they can give the real mummy back to its correct place, not knowing that it's Cody.
Episode 64 of the television comedy series "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody". The mummy in this episode is among arifacts that hotel owner London Leigh Tipton has brought with her from Peru. Though the rest of the objects appear to be of Inca origin, the mummy and its case are definitely Egyptian.
|Domain of the Damned|
Leon Blum, Melissa Bubela, Christin Sawyer Davis
When a mysterious drifter reluctantly takes a job with a roadside haunted house, he quickly discovers that the attractions locked up in the basement are far more dangerous than plastic skeletons in rubber chains. Together with a mixed-up young woman in search for her lost nephew, and a host of liquored-up, live-remote radio deejays, Jerrod will have to solve the mystery of an ancient Egyptian amulet and face the wrath of the Angel of Death before he can be free of his curse: Necrophobia. (source: IMDb)
Gory low-budget 'indie' horror movie by Odyssee Pictures made for the video and DVD market about a haunted house full of undead creatures chained up as exhibits thanks to an ancient Egyptian curse.
|Show Me The Mummy|
Colin Ferguson, Salli Richardson, Joe Morton
Sheriff Carter and his company embark on a search for a runaway mummy when a famous archaeologist sets it loose after opening an Egyptian Queen’s cursed tomb.
Episode from the television sci-fi series "Eureka". The series is set in a town inhabited almost entirely by geniuses working on new scientific advancements for the United States government that frequently go disastrously awry. It is up to Sheriff Carter to keep things under control.
|Are You My Mummy?|
TV-series Phineas and Ferb
Phineas and Ferb visit an Egyptian-themed movie theater and attempt to befriend a mummy supposed to live in the theater basement, but end up capturing Candace who is accidentally wrapped in toilet paper.
Episode 13 of the first season of the animated television series "Phineas and Ferb", about the adventures of stepbrothers Phineas and Ferb in the fictional town of Danville, and their older sister, Candace. Contains a musical number entitled "My Undead Mummy and Me".
Greg Kinnaer, Ricky Gervais, Téa Leoni
After a near-death experience during an operation, grumpy dentist Bertram Pincus suddenly finds himself a middleman between the living and the dead. He is besieged by anxious ghosts whom only he can see and hear. Among the ghosts is a man who engages Bertram to prevent his widow Gwen from marrying someone he believes is after her money. Gwen happens to be an eccentric Egyptologist who is working on restoring the priceless mummy of king Pepy that is to be the centerpiece of a major exhibition. When Gwen solicits Bertram to conduct a professional examination of the mummy’s mouth, a romantic connection develops that soon turns into a classic screwball relationship.
Malachi Carre-Smith, Matthew Hamilton, Annie Harper, Greg Henning
"Pharaohs get remembered, but mummies never die…"
In the midst of the International Mummy symposium, four friends prepare for a memorable evening. One man prepares for the inevitable zombie apocalypse. But no one was prepared for the return of an ancient pharaoh with some sort of sinister plan in mind. (source: IMDb)
54-minute low budget horror comedy by 16-Bit Films.
Priceless Egyptian statues are stolen from the local archaeological museum. Policeman Anton secretly asks help from videogame heroes Exel, Dax en Xena to solve the mystery. The trail leads to a sarcophagus with a real living mummy inside!
"The Museum Mummy" is an episode from the Dutch youth television series "XMIX", in which a policeman calls for help from three heroes from a popular videogame to solve crimes. They do not always understand the world of the humans and end up in all sorts of funny situations.
|The Mummy With No Name|
TV-series Geronimo Stilton
The director of the New Mouse City Museum asks Geronimo and his friends solve the mystery of a mummy that has been scaring visitors at the museum.
Animated television adaptation of the best-selling children's book series "Geronimo Stilton" (for readers in the 9-12 year old age range) following the life and adventures of a mouse named Geronimo Stilton, a best-selling author and writer who is often caught up in a much faster paced life than he would normally want.
|A Night at the Bones Museum|
Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Michaela Conlin
Brennan and Booth are called to investigate what appears to be charred human remains on an electrical fence. The mysterious corpse is later determined to be a mummified Egyptian royal on loan to the Jeffersonian. The anthropological mystery has Brennan in a tizzy, and when the Jeffersonian curator prepping the mummy for exhibition is murdered, the team suspects foul play. Brennan’s investigation of the curator sheds new light on the life of the Egyptian royal, turning their case into one of historic proportions. (source: Fox Publicity)
Episode from the crime drama television series "Bones". Following the popular franchises of series like Law & Order and CSI, "Bones" is based on forensic science, with each episode focusing on an FBI case file brought to the forensic anthropology team of Dr. Temperance "Bones" Brennan. Brennan is a highly skilled forensic anthropologist who works at the Jeffersonian Institute in Washington, DC, and has an uncanny ability to read clues left behind in the victim's bones, even the odd 3000 year old mummy. The episode contains a number of references to the film classic "The Mummy" with Boris Karloff from 1932.
TV-series Bear Behaving Badly
Barney Harwood, Simon Buckley, Bella Emberg
Aunt Barbara ends up heavily bandaged after an accident and is confined to her appartment. By pure coincidence an ancient Egyptian mummy has come to life and immediately sets his eyes on her. Soon a wedding is planned, but just in time Nev and his friend Crazy Keith discover the mummy has rather sinister plans in store for their aunt…
Episode 67 from the British children's television comedy programme "Bear Behaving Badly", centered around the daily adventures of Barney Harwood, his pet bear Nev, his koala friend Crazy Keith and the caretaker of the trio's flat, Andy Prank.
|Johnny vs. The Mummy|
TV-series Johnny Test
Johnny goes on a trip to the museum and with the help of a magic spray brings things to life, including a vicious mummy.
Episode 52b (4th season) of the American/Canadian animated television series "Johnny Test". The series features the adventures 12-year-old Johnny who is often a reluctant test subject for the inventions and experiments of his genius twin sisters Susan and Mary, which makes him end up in all sorts of sticky situations.
|Evil Eye of Egypt|
TV-series Murdoch Mysteries
Yannick Bisson, Jonny Harris, Thomas Craig
The release of Constable George Crabtree's adventure novel, The Curse of the Pharaohs, coincides with the exhibition of a recently discovered mummy's tomb. Whilst attending the event Murdoch enjoys meeting Dr Iris Bajjali, an archaeologist. However, when the sarcophagus is opened for the audience, a cobra strikes and someone is killed. Murdoch immediately shuts down the exhibition, taking the casket as evidence. Crabtree, as usual, has many extremely unusual ideas regarding mummies curses, but both Murdoch and Brackenreid suspect a less supernatural sequence of events. As more people die, however, it begins to seem as if Crabtree might be right… (source: tv.com)
Episode from the Canadian detective series "Murdoch Mysteries" that follows the adventures of eccentric detective William Murdoch working in Toronto in the 1890s. Based on a series of novels by Maureen Jennings.
Laura Allen , George Jennings
In modern day Britain, college student Oz is failing History. In order to pass his latest report on ancient Egypt he resurrects a Mummy, a Princess of Egypt, Ani. Together they learn the true meaning of friendship and how History has influenced the present. (source: IMDb)
Short 15-minutes film directed By Matthew J Rowney. Matthew's films often deal with several recurring themes being alone and self sacrifice. Most of his films deal with ordinary characters searching for or coming in contact with extraordinary beings or finding themselves in extraordinary circumstance.
|The Mummy Resurrected|
Lauren Bronleewe, Bailey Gaddis, Elizabeth Friedman
Horror B-movie about a team of archaeologists discovering an ancient mummy, unleashing a deadly curse from its tomb.
|Dummie de Mummie|
Ton Kas, Jennifer Hoffman, Roeland Fernhout
In a dull village where nothing ever happens, a boy finds a living Egyptian mummy in his room. It's the start of an amazing friendship, learning the boy more than any friend could.
Film based on the children's book by Tosca Menten.
|Day of the Mummy|
Danny Glover, William McNamara, Brandon deSpain
In hope of getting his hands on the famed diamond known as the Codix Stone, Jack Wells joins a group of archaeologists out to explore a newly discovered tomb in Egypt, that of the cursed king Neferu. When the Mummy of the king returns from the dead seeking human victims, Jack is in for the most horrifying experience of his life. (source: IMDb)
|Once We Were Gods|
Homicide investigator Nick Burkhardt of the Portland Police Department is descended from a line of guardians known as Grimms, charged with keeping balance between humanity and the mythological creatures of the world called Wesen. Nick and his colleague Hank are called to investigate when contractors in Portland unearth an ancient Egyptian sarcophagus, that upon opening unleashed a creature called Anubis, known as the ancient God of Death. It appears the animal gods that the ancient Egyptians worshipped were, in fact, Wesen.
Episode 15 from the third season of the tv series "Grimm", a detective series set in a world in which characters inspired by Grimms' Fairy Tales actually exist.
|Le Mystère de la Pyramide|
TV-series Baskup: Tony Parker
The High 5 are in Egypt to play against the so-called Anubis Champions. The basketball field is located in the middle of an ancient pyramid complex, envelope by an aura of magic. The High 5's have to travel into the depths of the pyramid to secure their the victory.
Episode seven from the second season of the animated tv-series "Baskup: Tony Parker". It follows Tony Parker, who coaches a team of five basketball teenagers ('The High 5') in a large tournament called Baskup that takes them around the world and into unexpected situations.
|Frankenstein vs. The Mummy|
Ashton Leigh, Boomer Tibbs, Max Rhyser
The mummy of a cursed pharaoh and a reanimated corpse terrorize a medical university. Only Egyptologist Naihla Khalil and college professor Dr. Frankenstein may be able to stop the creatures before it is too late.
|Dummie de Mummie en de Sfinx van Shakaba|
Jennifer Hoffman, Roeland Fernhout, Katja Schuurman
Following up on the events that happened in the previous 2014 film "Dummie de Mummie" (Dummie the Mummy), Dummie now realises he will never grow up and become a king, but at least he wants to become as famous as his pharaoh-father. His friend Goos thinks a mysterious statuette, the so-called Sphinx of Shakaba, might be able to help Dummie achieve this. But is this statuette really what he thinks it is?
Film based on the children's book by Tosca Menten.
TV-series Mickey Mouse
Directed by Dave Thomas, Paul Rudish
Mickey leads Minnie on a treasure hunt in the Valley of the Kings. When they discover king Akhenaten's lost tomb, the two get separated and the adventure might just prove too stressful for Mickey.
Episode 54 from the Disney Channel animated series "Mickey Mouse", which features classic cartoon characters Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy and Pluto in contemporary settings.
Tom Cruise, Sofia Boutella, Annabelle Wallis
An ancient princess, whose destiny was unjustly taken from her, is awakened from her tomb beneath the desert, bringing with her malevolence grown over millennia, and terrors that defy human comprehension.
Newest installment of the Univeral Pictures horror-adventure series of mummy films (nine so far), that started back in 1932 with "The Mummy" starring Boris Karloff. Though all previous films more or less centered on an ancient Egyptian male mummy who is accidentally resurrected and who tries to resurrect the soul of his lost love in a modern day woman, this time Universal chose having a female play the mummy lead role. Also, abandoning the underlying original love story, this mummy is all about revenge, catastrophy and fenominal supernatural powers. The film thus tries to emulate the success of other modern day gods, monsters and superhero movies.
|Blood of the Mummy|
Laura Bridges, Gill Hope Thornton, Lily Cabrera
An ancient past and a lost love are the least of Louise's problems. If she can't escape the mummy's curse everyone around her will be torn apart (source: IMDb).
Low-budget horror film produced by Christine Parker as part of a series of female driven independent films (Sick Chick Flicks) for which money is raised by crowdfunding.
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