The Mummy's Curse (1944) 720p YIFY Movie

The Mummy's Curse (1944)

An irrigation project in the rural bayous of Louisiana unearths living mummy Kharis, who was buried in quicksand twenty-five years earlier.

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  • Genre: Fantasy | Horror
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 764.74M
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 62
  • IMDB Rating: 5.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 0 / 0

The Synopsis for The Mummy's Curse (1944) 720p

An irrigation project in the rural bayous of Louisiana unearths living mummy Kharis, who was buried in quicksand twenty-five years earlier.


The Director and Players for The Mummy's Curse (1944) 720p

[Director]Leslie Goodwins
[Role:]Lon Chaney Jr.
[Role:]Virginia Christine
[Role:]Peter Coe


The Reviews for The Mummy's Curse (1944) 720p


Having a tanna leaf brew with Kharis for the last time.Reviewed byevilskipVote: 7/10

By this time the Kharis series was out of ideas. In the last movie Kharis & his princess submerged into a new england swamp. As usual with the Universal programmers that was ignored and we are shifted to Louisiana.Once again Kharis wants to be reunited with his loved one.AGAIN!

The acting is decent while Kosleck gives a very slimy performance as a perverted Kharis follower.Chaney isn't given much except to stumble around and do some one armed strangling.The sets are nicely done as well. The scene where the princess breaks out of the ground is excellent.

The characters are cardboard and there is some offensive racial stereotyping typical of the 40's.What I want to know is why don't folks run from Kharis? He moves like a tortoise. Dance around the walking ragpile, grab a torch and roast marshmellows with him.He's thousands of years old! He'll go up in a heartbeat.

This movie doesn't require or deserve a lot of thought.It clocks in at 59 minutes so if you have an hour to kill it won't hurt you.Average.

Kharis Has Risen from the GraveReviewed bysimeon_flakeVote: 6/10

The mummy's last shuffle, rife with a lot of the conventional trappings we've come to love (loathe?) about this series: jumbled continuity, a recap of the mummy's life story aided with generous amounts of file footage, another woman in a white dress who can't help getting swept off her feet by Kharis, another nitwit priest of Karnak/Arkham trying to force himself on some bland American girl (aye carumba).

Having been magically transported to a Louisiana bayou, Kharis spends what seems like most of the picture going through the rigmarole of chasing after the apparently scatterbrained Princess Ananka, who's calling his name one minute then running from him the next (just like any normal bride I imagine). The scene that left me in awe during all of this is when Dr. Halsey and Betty Walsh--the typically dull romantic leads--spot Ananka passed out in the woods and carry her to the doc's car. Kharis is creeping up right behind them during this entire scene but somehow the two drips never happen to glance up & spot the over 6 foot tall, hulking lurch in the bandages. Those mummy wrappings must make for some darn good camouflage.

I've always felt that as far as classic Universal monsters went, there was the big three--Dracula, Wolf Man, The Monster--and then there was the rest, particularly the mummy. The Universal Studios of the 1940s apparently had the same opinion of Kharis, content to just churn out second-rate features to tack on at the bottom of a double-bill. But, taken for what they are, the Kharis films can be enjoyable B-movie fodder.

Besides, any film that contains such immortal dialogue as "The Devil's on the loose and he's dancin' with the Mummy" can't be all bad. :-]

The Mummy's Final CurtainReviewed bylon-smith1982Vote: 8/10

That is, final if you don't count Abbott and Costello. I have a new found respect for this movie after watching it again recently from the Mummy's Ghost/Mummy's Curse double feature DVD.

Yes, I'm aware of all its inherit problems; the wildly outrageous continuity issues, the embarrassing ethnic stereotypes (particularly Goobie), Lon Chaney's apathetic performance as Kharis. Yet, in spite of or maybe because of those issues, I still find CURSE to be extremely enjoyable (even moreso than the previous installment).

If you're willing to suspend your disbelief just a tad & accept the new Louisiana setting for this film, I think you may enjoy it that much more. I know it's not high art, but it's fun nonetheless and 60 minutes of your life you won't regret spending to watch this movie. Just my humble opinion.

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