Television: Review

Armstrong Circle Theater: When the Brooklyn Museum started clearing out its west wing storeroom a year and a half ago, Dr. John Cooney, curator of Egyptian art, decided that a 1,600-year-old mummy of undistinguished pedigree had to go. First he suggested burning it, but a museum technician objected, as a Roman Catholic, to destroying a human body. Next Dr. Cooney tried to bury the mummy, and found that he could get no city burial permit. Then he tried to ship it out of town to a small museum, only to be turned down by...

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