1964 The Curse of the Mummys Tomb

The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb

A Hammer film production released by Columbia Pictures Copyright MCMLXIV 

Swallow Productions Ltd. – All rights reserved MPAA Approved Certificate No.20454

The characters and incidents portrayed and the names used herein are fictitious and any similarity to the name, character, or history of any person is entirely accidental and unintentional 

RCA Sound Recording 

Produced at Associated British Studios, Elstree, England 

Technicolor 80mins Techniscope 

Storyline

“Egypt in the year 1900”: A team of archaeologists unearths an ancient mummy, despite dire warnings that there is a curse of death awaiting all who enter the tomb. As the expedition moves to London, where showman financier Alexander King plans to make a fortune by putting the mummy on show, it is not long before the curse begins to take its horrific toll….
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Crew

Production Designer
Supervising Editor
Editor
Assistant Director
Sound Recordist
Sound Editor
Continuity
Make-up Artist
Hair Stylist
Wardrobe
Casting
Technical Advisor
Camera Operator
Director of Photography
Music Composed by
Musical Supervisor 
Screenplay by 
Associate Producer 
Produced and Directed by 

Bernard Robinson
James Needs
Eric Boyd-Perkins
Bert Batt
Claude Hitchcock
James Groom
Eileen Head
Roy Ashton
Iris Tilley
Betty Adamson and John Briggs
David Booth
Andrew Low
Bob Thompson
Otto Heller, BSc
Carlo Martelli
Philip Martell
Henry Younger
Bill Hill
Michael Carreras

Cast

Adam Beauchamp
Alexander King
John Bray
Annette Dubois
Hashmi Bey
Sir Giles Dalrymple
The Mummy
Ahmed
Landlady
1st Workman
2nd Workman
Inspector
and with

Terence Morgan
Fred Clark
Ronald Howard
Jeanne Roland
George Pastell
Jack Gwillim
Dickie Owen
Michael Ripper
Marianne Stone
Harold Goodwin
Jimmy Gardner
John Paul
Jill Mai Meredith and Vernon Smythe

Footnotes

Presumably taking a lead from Anthony Hinds’ nom-de-plume John Elder, this film was written by Michael Carreras under the name Henry Younger. Terence Morgan was well-known to British TV audiences in the early sixties as Sir Francis Drake in the swashbuckling ITC series of the same name .Fred Clark was a distinguished Hollywood supporting actor. His films include the classic “White Heat” (1949, starring James Cagney).


Details were complied viewing the actual film. 
Source of viewing copy – The Hammer Graveyard Collection