Production info

USA, 1924

Laura La Plante, Edward Hearn
Directed by Robert F. Hill


Newlywed Nila Drew is cured of thrill-seeking when she is finally rescued by her husband after being kidnaped, stuffed into a mummy case, and shipped to an Egyptian who calls her the Queen of pharaoh and threatens to put her back into the tomb. Her husband, Arthur, arrives in time to save her and reveals that it was all a trick to cure Nila of her desire for excitement. (source: AFI)

A Carl Laemmle production. Laemmle was a pioneer in American film making and a founder of the major studio Universal Motion Picture Manufacturing Company.

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