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The Mummy's Ghost(1944)

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  • Great Chiller-Diller!

    • jery tillotson
    • 4/26/13

    This is my favorite of the Mummy movies. Although considered a low-budget B movie, Universal Studios still knew how to make a very effective polished film and this benefits from two main players: John Carradine, in fine form as the High Priest, and the rapturously beautiful Ramsay Ames as the doomed Princess Ananka/Amina Monsouri heroine. Ames was the most stunning starlet in Hollywood at the time. We see her dressed in Vera West's most beautiful white silk gowns as she walks in a trance to the mummy. That last scene of her rapidly aging into a 3,000 year old Mummy is shocking. The wonderful use of Frank Skinner/H.J. Salter's musical soundtrack--a mixture of "Son of Frankenstein" and "The Wolf Man" is beautifully effective. Robert Lowery Jr. portrays "Tom," the so-called hero but comes across as unusually snappish and unpleasant. I love the way the towns people accept the presence of a mummy so naturally. There's one newspaper headline, "Mummy Returns to Mapleton," and the next shot shows the villagers at the court house, awaiting their orders on how to capture it.

  • It's A Universal Picture!

    • Dan Grissom
    • 8/11/12

    The fourth in Universal's 'The Mummy' series, the third with the Mummy Kharis, and the second with Lon Chaney Jr. playing the title role. John Carradine is here and a very attractive female lead (Ramsey Ames) but this film was made quickly and cheaply and is nothing more than Saturday Matinee material; that's not to say you can't enjoy it on a Saturday night with some popcorn!

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