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November 1982 (USA) See more »
For eons they traveled the galaxies. For centuries one was trapped in a Pharaoh's tomb. Now he is free. See more »
An alien, buried in King Tut's tomb, terrorizes a college campus. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Ben Murphy ... Prof. Douglas McCadden

Nina Axelrod ... Susie Fuller
Kevin Brophy ... Peter Sharpe
Robert Random ... Jack Parker

James Karen ... Dr. Wendell J. Rossmore
Sam Chew Jr. ... Dr. Bruce Serrano

Melissa Prophet ... Jennie

Austin Stoker ... Dr. Ken Melrose
Gerard Prendergast ... Greg Hauser

Shari Belafonte ... Linda Flores (as Shari Belafonte-Harper)

Antoinette Bower ... Dr. Hayworth
Darwin Joston ... Lt. Plummer
Greta Blackburn ... Sherri
John Lavachielli ... Bill Vogler
Clint Young ... Capt. Willoughby
Ken Gibbel ... Courtney
Gary Dubin ... Michael Goldstein
Greta Stapf ... Ellen Winters
Royce Alexander ... Frat Boy #1
Michelle Avonne ... Sarah
Annie Barbieri ... Coed #1

Vanna Bonta ... Student in Lab
Marie Lamarre ... Party Girl #1 (as Marie Briguglio)
Sandy Carey ... Coed #2 (as Sandra Carey)
Susan Curtis ... Kissing Girl

Warrington Gillette ... Stanley
Joy Grdnic ... Newswoman
Richard Hoyes ... Student at Dock
J. Michael Hunter ... Cameraman
Kelly Junkerman ... Frat Boy #2
Don LaFontaine ... Reporter
Jack Olson ... Ankh-Venharis

Alan Rachins ... Jeweler
Allene Simmons ... Nurse
Hugo Stanger ... Janitor (as Hugo L. Stanger)

Alan Stock ... Kissing Boy
Diane Terry ... Coed #3

Ann Hearn ... Coed #4 (as Ann Trussell)

Dimitri Villard ... Tall Reporter
Victoria von Voorhees ... Party Girl #2

Behrouz Vossoughi ... Abdellah
Jason Williams ... Jeff
Jeff Yesko ... Wrapper

Directed by
Tom Kennedy 
Writing credits
Jason Williams (story) &
Tom Friedman (story)

Tom Friedman (screenplay) &
Karen Levitt (screenplay)

Produced by
Robert A. Shaheen .... executive producer
Dimitri Villard .... producer
Jason Williams .... producer
Original Music by
Richard Band  (as Richard H. Band)
Cinematography by
Robbie Greenberg 
Casting by
Johanna Ray 
Art Direction by
Robert A. Burns 
Joseph T. Garrity  (as Joe Garrity)
Set Decoration by
Sydney Ann Smith-Kee  (as Sydney Ann Kee)
Makeup Department
Sue Dolph .... hair stylist
Sue Dolph .... makeup artist
Robert Short .... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Mark Allan .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Jack Cummins .... first assistant director
Nancy King .... second assistant director
Skip Schoolnik .... second unit director
Art Department
J. Eddie Field .... props
Pamela B. Warner .... assistant art director (as Pam Warner)
Sound Department
Charles Grenzbach .... sound re-recording mixer (as Bud Grenzbach)
Dale Johnston .... sound supervisor
Patrushkha Mierzwa .... boom operator (as Patrushka Mierzwa)
Terry Porter .... sound re-recording mixer
Christopher L. Stone .... special sound consultant (as Chris Stone)
Mark Ulano .... sound mixer
John Wilkinson .... sound re-recording mixer (as Doc Wilkinson)
William Jacobs .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Tom Ruff .... m&e mixer (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Steve Caldwell .... technical director: transformation sequence (as Steven B. Caldwell)
William T. Conway .... camera assistant: transformation sequence (as Bill Conway)
Deborah Gaydos .... animator: transformation sequence
Julia Gibson .... technical director: transformation sequence
Holly Hudson .... animator: transformation sequence
Laurel Klick .... titles & opticals: Image 3
Susan McLaughlin .... camera assistant: transformation sequence
Domonic Muir .... production assistant: transformation sequence (as Brian Muir)
January Nordman .... animation designer: transformation sequence
Joseph Yanuzzi .... effects editor: transformation sequence
Victoria Vanderkloot .... stunts
Harry Wowchuk .... stunt coordinator
Harry Wowchuk .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Karen Bean .... best boy
Mike Connors .... grip
M.J. Elliott .... still photographer
Kevin Galbraith .... electrician
James J. Gilson .... gaffer (as Jim Gilson)
Jim Grce .... electrician
Scott Guthrie .... electrician
Alec Hirschfeld .... camera operator
Tracy Neftzger .... key grip
David W. Nims .... best boy grip (as Dave Nims)
Todd Pike .... first assistant camera
Marc Cerutti .... steadicam operator (uncredited)
Steve Cerutti .... steadicam assistant (uncredited)
Casting Department
Susan Brewer .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Sarah Bardo .... wardrobe
Linda Peterson .... assistant wardrobe
Editorial Department
Elizabeth DiGiovanni .... apprentice editor
Maria DiGiovanni .... assistant editor
Lucile Jones .... assistant editor
Music Department
David Franco .... music supervisor
Other crew
Ken Bornstein .... production assistant (as Kenneth Bornstein)
Tink Ten Eyck .... production accountant
Kerry Lyn McKissick .... script supervisor (as Lyn McKissick)
Tim Meledy .... production assistant
Pat Morrill .... production coordinator
William Michael Pike .... production assistant
Craig Pointes .... location manager
David Watkinson .... production assistant
Crew believed to be complete

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83 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Darwin Joston's last film role.See more »
Continuity: Bill is holding the crystal necklace in one hand when the mummy sneaks up on him, swipes the necklace, and kills him by hurling him into a wall. However, in the scene in Suzy's hospital room, Dr. Melrose says that "according to the coroner", Bill was wearing the necklace when he died.See more »
Movie Connections:
References The Mummy's Shroud (1967)See more »


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3 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Could have been great, 10 August 2006
Author: Tikkin from United Kingdom

I have to say, although this film was badly executed, it still had a cool storyline and a lot of potential. It's not often you get mummy/alien hybrids, but that is what this film is. It all starts off with some stock footage of planets and then of Egypt. After this the story begins, and a mummy is brought to a university for examination. A mega dose of x-rays brings the mummy to life, and it begins its search for some crystals that were removed from the sarcophagus. But this is no ordinary mummy, oh no, this is actually an alien!

The main problems with Time Walker is the slow pace and lack of gore. The film just seems to trundle along really slowly, as the mummy stalks around looking for his crystals. There's a few cool scenes such as when the mummy attacks a woman and pushes her against a wall, and throws a man in the air. If some gore scenes had been added, it would have been a lot more entertaining. The POV shots of the mummy are quite cool and reminded me of a slasher film called The Lamp. The ending is very cheesy, as the mummy reveals himself to actually be an alien (someone wearing a ridiculous mask) and then disappears to the stars, and the fateful words "To be continued..." appear on the screen.

Overall, I can't rate this film too highly as it really was boring, but I do love the storyline and it's a shame it wasn't properly executed.

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