Fellow fans of “Svengoolie” and Universal Studios’ horror flicks will be excited as he will be showing a 1942 entry in the studio’s monster franchise.
“Svengoolie” presents: “The Mummy’s Tomb” (1942)
Realart re-issue trailer for the “The Mummy’s Tomb.”
The legendary Chicago-based horror host will be showcasing “The Mummy’s Tomb” (1942), this Sat., June 10 at 10 p.m. Eastern/9 p.m. Central on Me-TV. Directed by Harold Young, “The Mummy’s Tomb” is the third cinematic installment in Universal’s “Mummy” film series.
Young was also known for directing the live action sequences for Walt Disney’s “The Three Caballeros” (1944) and Universal’s “The Frozen Ghost” (1945, as part of the studio’s “Inner Sanctum” film adaptations).
This isn’t Sven’s first time showcasing “The Mummy’s Tomb.” He had previously shown the 1942 feature in Nov. 2011, June 2012 and Aug. 2013 on Me-TV (the network was not available in the Frederick, Maryland/Washington, D.C. area until early 2013).
Who was in “The Mummy’s Tomb?”
The actors who appeared in “The Mummy’s Tomb” were Lon Chaney, Jr. (as Kharis, “The Mummy”), George Zucco (as Andoheb), Turhan Bey (as Mehemet Bey), Wallace Ford (as Babe Hanson), Dick Foran (as Stephen A. Banning), Elyse Knox (as Isobel Evans), John Hubbard (as John Banning), Mary Gordon (as Jane Banning), Virginia Brissac (as Mrs. Evans), Frank Reicher (as Professor Norman), Glenn Strange (in a non-credited role as a farmer), Grace Cunard (in a non-credited role as the farmer’s wife) and Vinton Hayworth (in a non-credited role as Frank, a reporter).