Day of the Dead Science On Screen featuring THE MUMMY
This installment of Science On Screen is in collaboration with The Orlando Science Center and their blockbuster exhibit Mummies Of The World produced by American Exhibitions.
Dr. Lana Williams from the UCF Anthropology Department will speak before the film about the science of real mummies and movie mummies using movie posters from the 1930s & 40s.
Stay after the film for an audience q&a!
Noted cinematographer Karl Freund (Metropolis, Dracula) made his directorial debut in Boris Karloff’s second greatest horror role as The Mummy. Buried alive for trying to restore life to his great love, it is he who is accidentally revived by an overeager archaeologist. Moody and foreboding, this tragic tale of love lost over the centuries moves ceaselessly forward towards its inevitable destiny.
USA, 1932, In English, 73 min, Unrated, Directed by Karl Freund
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- Sun, 11-1