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The tomb of Ra-Antef, a banished son of a Pharaoh, has been discovered by a group of archeologists, without heed to warnings of a {{curse}} that will claim the life of those who would dare to disturb its sanctity. After its contents have been moved to England, the mummified remains of Ra disappear, and start killing people responsible for the discovery. But the murders are not a work of a simple curse....

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The tomb of Ra-Antef, a banished son of a Pharaoh, has been discovered by a group of archeologists, without heed to warnings of a {{curse}} that will claim the life lives of those who would dare to disturb its sanctity. After its contents have been moved to England, the mummified remains of Ra disappear, disappear and start killing people responsible for the discovery. But the murders are not a work of a simple curse....
curse...



* BellyDancer: The main attraction of the club that King, Annette Dubois and Bray are attending to.
* ButLiquorIsQuicker: Annette and Bray flirt with each other by discussing about this.

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* BellyDancer: The main attraction of the club that King, Annette Dubois Dubois, and Bray are attending to.
* ButLiquorIsQuicker: Annette and Bray flirt with each other by discussing about this.



* DrowningMySorrows: Sir Giles is so distraught about losing the Egyptian artifacts to King's sideshow that he turns to drinking, and quickly loses the respect of his peers.

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* DrowningMySorrows: Sir Giles is so distraught about losing the Egyptian artifacts to King's sideshow that he turns to drinking, drink, and quickly loses the respect of his peers.



* MisplacedWildlife: When we first meet King he is seen playing with a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woolly_monkey Woolly Monkey]],''(not frequently seen in Egypt.)''



-->'''John Bray:''' Well, it seems that your tactics have worked after all, Hasmi. Now we fold our tents and run away.\\

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-->'''John Bray:''' Well, it seems that your tactics have worked worked, after all, Hasmi. Now we fold our tents and run away.\\

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* {{Mummy}}



-->'''John Bray:''' Well, it seems that your tactics have worked after all, Hasmi. Now we fold our tents and run away.
-->'''Hasmi Bey:''' You cannot run away from the curse of the mummy's tomb. We're all doomed to die for this act of desecration!

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-->'''John Bray:''' Well, it seems that your tactics have worked after all, Hasmi. Now we fold our tents and run away.
-->'''Hasmi
away.\\
'''Hasmi
Bey:''' You cannot run away from the curse of the mummy's tomb. We're all doomed to die for this act of desecration!


The second Franchise/HammerHorror film to feature a {{Mummy}}, released in 1964.

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The second Franchise/HammerHorror Film/HammerHorror film to feature a {{Mummy}}, released in 1964.


The second HammerHorror film to feature a {{Mummy}}, released in 1964.

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The second HammerHorror Franchise/HammerHorror film to feature a {{Mummy}}, released in 1964.

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* PrincelingRivalry: Re, younger of the Pharaoh's two sons, had his brother Ra banished and later assassinated out of jealousy.

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* DeadGuyOnDisplay: King plans to have Ra-Antef's mummified remains to be his star attraction in his sideshow.

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The second HammerHorror film to feature a {{Mummy}}, released in 1964.

The tomb of Ra-Antef, a banished son of a Pharaoh, has been discovered by a group of archeologists, without heed to warnings of a {{curse}} that will claim the life of those who would dare to disturb its sanctity. After its contents have been moved to England, the mummified remains of Ra disappear, and start killing people responsible for the discovery. But the murders are not a work of a simple curse....

!!This film has the examples of:

* AnArmAndALeg: As a warning to the rest of the expedition, Prof. Dubois' hand is hacked off after he is killed and it is placed on Annette's bed.
* AxeBeforeEntering: Ra smashes his way through glass doors to get to Sir Giles.
* BellyDancer: The main attraction of the club that King, Annette Dubois and Bray are attending to.
* ButLiquorIsQuicker: Annette and Bray flirt with each other by discussing about this.
* CainAndAbel: Three thousand years ago, Ra was a noble man who sought knowledge, and his brother Re was a scheming hedonist who was so jealous for his older brother's success that he organized him to be banished.
* DearJohnLetter: Annette leaves a breakup letter for Bray after she decides to go with Adam to America.
* DrowningMySorrows: Sir Giles is so distraught about losing the Egyptian artifacts to King's sideshow that he turns to drinking, and quickly loses the respect of his peers.
* LoveTriangle: After meeting her on the ship to England, Adam starts putting the moves on Bray's fiancee Annette.
* TheReveal: [[spoiler:Adam turns out to be Re, Ra's brother who has been cursed to live forever for the crimes he has committed against his family unless he is slain by someone of his own blood, and [[DeathSeeker seeks to end his life]] by using his deceased brother for this purpose]].
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-->'''John Bray:''' Well, it seems that your tactics have worked after all, Hasmi. Now we fold our tents and run away.
-->'''Hasmi Bey:''' You cannot run away from the curse of the mummy's tomb. We're all doomed to die for this act of desecration!
* VaderBreath: Ra's heavy breathing hangs on his grisly proceedings.
* TheXOfY: Used, like in most of the Hammer horror movie sequels.

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