The Mummy
©1999 Universal Pictures, Inc. All rights reserved.

Dolby Digital
Digital Sound CX Encoded *
Dolby Surround
PG-13 MPAA cc
Catalog Number 44839
Format Extended Play CLV
Table of Contents
Running Time 125 minutes
Side Chapters Frames Running Time
1 7   44min 00sec
2 8   52min 55sec
3 4 40,811 28min 20sec
19   125min 15sec
Supplemental Material
4 3   56min 09sec
Pressing Location Pioneer Video Manufacturing
Aspect Ratio 2.35:1
Retail Price $34.98
Issued October 5, 1999

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The set includes the following supplemental materials:
Features 5.1 channel Dolby Digital (AC-3) soundtrack
Presented in the 2.35:1 aspect ratio of the original 35 millimeter anamorphic theatrical prints
Audio commentary by Writer/Director Stephen Sommers and editor Bob Ducsay
Building a Better Mummy, an original 40-minute documentary featuring director/writer Stephen Sommers, visual effects supervisor John Berton and the crew at Industrial Light & Magic. An in-depth look into the creative and technical processes behind the heart-stopping special effects.
Deleted Scenes
Theatrical Trailers
* CX Encoding on supplemental material only

In 1290 B.C., in the Egyptian city of Thebes, a forbidden love between the evil high priest Imhotep (Arnold Vosloo) and Anck-Su-Namun, the Pharaoh's mistress, is exposed. When Anck-Su-Namun takes her own life, Imhotep's acts of desperation in Hamunaptra, the City of the Dead, defy the gods. For his unholy acts he is condemned to have his still living, mummified body sealed inside his sarcophagus, undead for all eternity. Should his rotting corpse ever be released, he will arise a walking disease, a plague upon mankind. An unholy flesh-eater with the strength of the ages, power over the sands and the glory of immortality.

Roughly 3,000 years later, dashing Legionnaire Rick O'Connell (Brendan Fraser) and his companion, Beni (Kevin J. O'Connor), stumble upon the hidden ruins of Hamunaptra. Years later, O'Connell languishes in prison. By his knowledge of the exact location of Hamunaptra, he is saved from almost certain execution. The legendary riches buried beneath the sands of Hamunaptra have become an obsession with both treasure hunters and archeologists. O'Connell finds himself in an unlikely alliance with the beautiful Egyptologist Evelyn (Rachel Weisz) and her brother Jonathan (John Hannah). The trio leave Cairo on a journey which will take them down the Nile, across the treacherous expanse of the Sahara, and to an encounter with a malevolent force whose power defies imagination.

Last Updated: October 4, 1999
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