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There were FIve Mummy films produced by Universal between 1932 and 1944. The titles were as follows.
The Mummy ( 1932 )
The Mummy's Hand ( 1940 )
The Mummy's Tomb ( 1942 ) daybill located
The Mummy's Ghost ( 1944 ) daybill and Australian one sheet located
The Mummy's Curse ( 1944 )
Australian daybill of The Mummy's Tomb and daybill and Australian one sheet of The Mummy's Ghost, as pictured at start of this thread, is all the Australian paper I could locate. U. S. poster artwork and Australian advertising from the original Australian release of the three remaining titles is the only indication of what any Australian paper may possibly look like. I just love the '' Frankenstein was a sissy compared with The Mummy's Hand'' quote appearing on the newspaper advertisement of The Mummy's Hand.
Something I have noticed is that The Mummy's Tomb daybill artwork is different from any U.S. poster artwork, including the U.S. insert where the Mummy is seen carrying the woman in his arms. The daybill artwork has separated the Mummy from holding the woman who is now shown lying on the ground and has the Mummy appearing in a threatening pose. What has now become abundantly clear with the W.E.Smith poster artists is that they liked to use artwork on some of their horror titles copied from earlier posters, eg The House Of Frankenstein ( 1944 ) discussed on the forum previously within the ''House Of Frankenstein Daybill Major Problems ... Plus Others'' thread. Note that The Mummy's Ghost produced two years after The Mummy's Tomb used the same Mummy image and also the same passed out woman image from The Mummy's Tomb.
Any other Australian poster images from any of the five titles would be most appreciated if one has any and would care to share.
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British Quad which has been folded just the right amount of times and shoved under one of the corners to stop the place from wobbling.