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    The Mummy's Curse (Universal, 1944). Folded, Fine+. Insert (14" X 36").
    Lon Chaney shuffles through this, the final installment in the Universal Mummy series, as the resurrected Kharis, seeking his lost love Princess Ananka! Kharis has to be in a little shock going from the deserts of Egypt to the flooded and murky bayous of Louisiana. But no matter, as the fans loved the movie and the bayou country gave an eerie and surreal setting for this final film. Peter Coe, Virginia Christine (as the Princess Ananka), Kay Harding, Dennis Moore and Martin Kosleck rounded out the cast. This insert shows signs of wear including the original fold lines and many other slight creases throughout. The edges and the fold lines have also had paint applied to cover old tape stains, and the verso fold lines have been reinforced with tape. The colors are bright making this a nice example of this scarce insert.

    Estimate: $2,500 - $5,000.

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