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The Mummy's Hand(1940)

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    • bluewater
    • 10/31/12

    With all the old Universal "Mummy Movies" . Its great value and good escapest fun. Some are better than others but all are moody entertainment and a great way to kill a lazy afternooon when nothing else is going on. Great B movie fare.

  • A very fine film

    • mark
    • 12/24/11

    The Mummy's Hand is a very fine film. Crafted with a limited budget, in pre war Hollywood, this movie was made with a great ensemble cast. Without today's expensive CGI, The Mummy's Hand achieves it's comedic and dramatic tension with sharp direction and clever screenwriting. Using only one camera, one tripod and one clapboard, director Christy Cabanne was able to create a very entertaining movie, one that can be watched over and over again.

  • Great Little Monster Movie

    • Dan Grissom
    • 12/13/10

    Although Boris Karloff's 1932 'The Mummy' is the classic version, this 1940 Mummy flick is one of my all-time favorites. It's a short, fast-paced little action/horror movie and I really enjoy watching it. George Zucco, as the High Priest who controls the Mummy, turns in one of my favorite performances of all of the Universal Monster movies....this guy just reeks evil when he talks! Tom Tyler is an effective and deadly mummy in his one stint as Kharris, the living mummy. Make some pop corn, sit back, and prepare to be entertained by this great little monster movie.

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