MOVIES ABROAD: Gold from Ghouls

All in glorious color, the naked princess is eviscerated, basted with sacred oil, and simmered in bouillon (cooking time: 70 days). Somehow, she must be brought back to life, but before the trick is turned, six writhing slave girls are put to the sword, the high priest's tongue is cut out, and he is buried alive.

Shuddering millions may or may not recognize this nightmare as a remake of Boris Karloff's film classic, The Mummy. Whether they do or not, the sixth straight gals-and-ghouls movie (and 59th film) turned out by Britain's brash little Hammer Film Productions Ltd. is sure to...

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