Blu-ray The Mummy (The Mummy, 1959, Terence Fisher)

March 31, 2023 – 09:00 am

Announced for 14/10/2013
This new release on Blu-ray and DVD double play presents the film in its Original UK theatrical aspect ratio of 1.66:1 for the first time, as well as featuring a host of brand new extras never seen before and in high definition.

Containing 1xBlu-ray + 2xDVD.

Features include:
Original UK theatrical aspect ratio: 1.66:1 (the film have never before been released at this aspect ratio)
Alternate "full frame" aspect ratio: 1.37:1
"Unwrapping The Mummy" - New 25 min. HD documentary about the film's creation and history.
"Hammer's Rep Company" - New 20 min. HD documentary acerca Hammer's casual repertory company of actors.
Commentary - New expert commentary from Marcus Hearn & Jonathan Rigby.
"Stolen Face" - bonus feature (Terence Fisher's 1952 crime drama, 72 mins.)
"The House Of Horror: Memories Of Bray" - Hammer's all-new five-part documentary (50 mins. Total) Which will premiere on Hammer's YouTube channel before the Double Play release.
"Hammer Stars: Peter Cushing" - The World Of Hammer episode
HD Archive / Stills Gallery Original promo reel industry restored to HD (6 mins.)


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