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Product Details

  • Actors: Jr. Lon Chaney, John Carradine, Peter Coe, Kay Harding, Martin Kosleck
  • Directors: Reginald Le Borg, Leslie Goodwins
  • Writers: Bernard Schubert
  • Producers: Oliver Drake
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Black & White, Closed-captioned, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Universal Pictures
  • DVD Release Date: August 28, 2001
  • Run Time: 122 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005LC4M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,764 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Mummy's Ghost/The Mummy's Curse" on IMDb

Special Features

Disc 1 - The Mummy's Ghost:
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Production Notes
  • Cast and Filmmakers


  • Disc 1 - The Mummy's Curse:
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Production Notes
  • Cast and Filmmakers

  • Editorial Reviews

    Product Description

    The Mummy's Ghost An ancient curse that has survived for 3,000 years is coming to America! In ancient Egypt, the princess Ananka and lowly commoner Kharis fell in love and pledged themselves eternally to each other. Although buried together, Kharis is given a sacred potion that grants him eternal life - and an eternity to search for his lost love. Lon Chaney, Jr. as Kharis and John Carradine as an Egyptian priest star in this engaging story of a couple's true love that survives the centuries and the unending curse that haunts them. The Mummy's Ghost unearths hope for romantics everywhere with its surprising finale! The Mummy's Curse In his last appearance, Lon Chaney, Jr. stars as one of the screen's most memorable movie monsters: the mummy Kharis from ancient Egypt, who is tormented by his forbidden love for princess Ananka. The trouble begins when mummy Kharis is recovered and transported to Cajun country for study by a bunch of prodding archaeologists. He begins a reign of terror and destruction over the local inhabitants as he renews his search for Ananka's reincarnation. But after the two unite and wreak havoc together, they face a greater threat to their ancient romance than they have ever known - museums!

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    The Mummy's Ghost: An ancient curse that has survived for 3,000 years is coming to America! In ancient Egypt, the princess Ananka and lowly commoner Kharis fell in love and pledged themselves eternally to each other. Although buried together, Kharis is given a sacred potion that grants him eternal life-and an eternity to search for his lost love. Lon Chaney, Jr. as Kharis and John Carradine as an Egyptian priest star in this engaging story of a couple's true love that survives the centuries and the unending curse that haunts them. The Mummy's Ghost unearths hope for romantics everywhere with its surprising finale!

    The Mummy's Curse: In his last appearance, Lon Chaney, Jr. stars as on of the screen's most memorable movie monsters; the mummy Kharis from ancient Egypt, who is tormented by his forbidden love for princess Ananka. The trouble begins when mummy Kharis is recovered and transported to Cajun country for study by a bunch of prodding archeologists. He begins a reign of terror and destruction over the local inhabitants as he renews his search for Ananka's reincarnation. But after the two unite and wreak havoc together, they face a greater threat to their ancient romance than they have ever known-museums!

    Customer Reviews

    Note that recurring TV shows avoid the problem of new sets.
    Ray Stephanson
    Hokey sequels to the original Mummy movie but for those of you who enjoy the old Universal monster movies, not bad.
    J. Agis
    The scene where she rises from the swamps, awoken by the sunlight and covered in mud, gives this one a big lift.
    Bobby Underwood

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 28, 2001
    Ignore the bad reviews, this double feature DVD is the best that these classic "B" movies have ever looked on home video. The moody black and white cinematography yields a gray scale feast if viewed on a correctly calibrated display device. The picture is sharp and the contrast is excellent. GHOST has a few scratches on the print but otherwise looks crisp. CURSE is near flawless. Only a full scale Million dollar restoration like the one given CITIZEN KANE by Warner Home Video could produce a better black and white image. As for the Production Notes, they are written with an obvious love and affection for the genre and have lots of information unavailable anywhere else. If you enjoy these movies, buy them; they've never looked better than they do on this reasonably priced double feature disc.
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mike VINE VOICE on January 28, 2012
    This DVD is a single-disc double feature, apparently targeted toward consumers who don't want to pay for The Mummy - The Legacy Collection (The Mummy/Mummy's Hand/Mummy's Tomb/Mummy's Ghost/Mummy's Curse), which seems somewhat odd...for $25 you get the two films on this DVD plus the original Karloff film The Mummy, its follow-up, 1940's "The Mummy's Hand," and 1942's "The Mummy's Tomb" (Lon Chaney's first appearance as Kharis the Mummy).

    If you're familiar with the Universal backstory on the Chaney Mummy films, you know that sometimes it was Lon, sometimes it was his stunt double Eddie Parker. It really doesn't matter. Chaney's Mummy films seethe with atmosphere. Some see the first Karloff film as the crown jewel in the series. Others bemoan the fact that these films were SHORT ("Ghost" and "Curse" clocked in at 61 minutes each), as well as the fact that "flashback" sequences from previous films in the series further diluted the "new" content in later entries.

    Then there's the fact that if you walked briskly away from Kharis when he was in full attack mode, he could NEVER catch you. He may have been a killer, but he was a slo-mo killer. That didn't stop people from recoiling in horror and basically standing still so Kharis could shuffle up to them and strangle them or whomp them on the head. STILL doesn't matter! If you were a kid and the Saturday night / Saturday afternoon TV "Creature Features" were your sole source of a monster fix, you KNOW Kharis was one BAD Mummy. And in "Mummy's Ghost," everything comes together with perfection. The film that followed...
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    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By mason williams on September 18, 2001
    The mummy's curse is the fourth and final of the "real" mummy movies. It's the one that you have probably seen on late night horror fests growing up. When I watched the Mummy's ghost I realised that I had never seen it, nothing about it rang a bell at all. It's an ok spook fest with a good number of suprises. The treat here is finally getting the Mummy's curse. It looks great, very crisp, great sound (mono), great dvd packaging as well. Somehow this is THE one. I have all 5 MUMMY movies in the original series and this is the famous one. 1-4 seemed to get lost or have just became obscure even though they were famous films. If you're trying to figure out the name of the Mummy movie you remember watching as a kid it's probably this one. The hammer films Mummy series is also pretty darn GODlike. They are all out as well. (The Mummy's shroud is the killer one there). please avoid the 1999 & 2001 remakes, they are painful beyond words!! all hail the one and only true universal MUMMY.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Noga on March 22, 2011
    Here we have the final two movies in Universal's Mummy series. You don't really need to describe the plot because I think it is pretty much the same in every one of these Mummy films. Mummy meets girl. Mummy and girl fall in love, violating the laws of Amon-Ra in the process. Mummy and girl are cursed and buried for thousands of years. Mummy is woken up by rude explorers. Mummy kills explorers. Mummy tries to reunite with girl, who is now a pile of moldy rags.

    MUMMY'S GHOST takes place in poor, little Mapleton Massachusetts. Kharis has been presumably just wandering around the countryside like a dirty hippie since the end of the last mummy movie. When a professor brew up some nice Tana leave tea Kharis comes running (in a manner of speaking) like a hungry hound at chow time, kills the Prof. and guzzles down the tana tea. At the same time, yet another high priest is skulking about trying to get Kharis and Ananka, who is cooling her moldy heels in the local museum, back to Egypt. But you know how it goes with mummies. One thing leads to another and the high priest realizes that Ananka's soul resides in the body (meeOW) of a local girl, Amina Mansouri. He starts out trying to kill Mansouri in order to free Ananka's soul so it can return to her old mummy body (EWW!) but decides to keep her for himself and nuts to Kharis and the laws of Amon-Ra. Well sir, Kharis doesn't much cotton to this idea and he throws the high priest out a window and over a cliff. He then grabs Mansouri and carries her into one of Massachusetts many, many swamps where he and the rapidly aging Mansouri/Ananka sink into quicksand.

    MUMMY'S CURSE finds our happy mummy couple mysteriously unearthed in the bayous of Louisiana.
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