Bram Stoker's The Mummy
Bram Stoker's The Mummy ★★ The Mummy; Legend of the Mummy 1997 (R)
Modern retelling of the horror tale focuses on the savage incident that left Egyptologist Abel Trelawny (Bochner) in a coma. Now his daughter, Margaret (Locane), seeks the help of her ex-lover, Robert (Lutes), to uncover the connection between Trewlawny and an Egyptian ritual to raise a queen from her tomb. Based on Stoker's book “The Jewel of the Seven Stars.” 100m/C VHS, DVD . Mary Jo Catlett, Amy Locane, Eric Lutes, Louis Gossett Jr., Victoria Tennant, Lloyd Bochner, Mark Lindsay Chapman, Richard Karn; D: Jeffrey Obrow; W: Jeffrey Obrow; C: Antonio Soriano; M: Rick Cox. VIDEO
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