The Mummy

(1959)

Overview

One by one the archaeologists who discover the 4,000-year-old tomb of Princess Ananka are brutally murdered. Kharis, high priest in Egypt 40 centuries ago, has been brought to life by the power of the ancient gods and his sole purpose is to destroy those responsible for the desecration of the sacred tomb. But Isobel, wife of one of the explorers, resembles the beautiful princess, forcing the speechless and tormented monster to defy commands and abduct Isobel to an unknown fate.

  1. Terence Fisher

    Director

  2. Jimmy Sangster

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Peter Cushing

    Peter Cushing

    John Banning

  2. Christopher Lee

    Christopher Lee

    Kharis, the Mummy

  3. Yvonne Furneaux

    Yvonne Furneaux

    Isobel Banning / Princess Ananka

  4. Eddie Byrne

    Eddie Byrne

    Inspector Mulrooney

  5. Felix Aylmer

    Felix Aylmer

    Stephen Banning

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The Mummy
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Status Released

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  • December 16, 1959
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 26m

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