How about unearthing this for DVD?
This is the only Hammer Films mummy movie not to have a DVD release. In fact, it's never had a home video release here in the U.S.. This is actually a sturdy little thriller from Hammer, and holds up well...especially when seen in its original widescreen format. (Thank you, AMC. Even though you've become incredibly generic in the last few years, at least when you do Hammer you do it right!) If Columbia Pictures (who hold the U.S. rights to it) are afraid it might not draw enough of an audience on its own, they could make it a double bill with their other Hammer title awaiting a DVD release, THE GORGON. Given the steep pricing practices of Columbia on their classic horror titles (especially when compared to the recent wave of Universal horror classics, or the Warner Bros. releases of their Hammer library), a double feature would make the pill a little easier to swallow.share