Unrated | | Adventure, Horror
In 1895, British archaeologists find and open the tomb of Egyptian Princess Ananka with nefarious consequences.
George Pastell plays a high priest and devotee of Kharis in both this film and its 1964 sequel, "The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb."
He who robs the graves of Egypt dies!
When the mummy re-enters his coffin, he crosses his fore-arms. Crossed fore-arms in ancient Egypt was a sign of royalty and not for a priest. However some priests were indeed embalmed with the crossed arms - one example is owned by the Toledo (OH) Museum of Art.
Opening credits prologue: 1895
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