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A woman has a affair with the villain.

Some light kissing and mild flirting.

An Ancient Egyptian woman wears only body paint and jewelry at the beginning of the movie. Her bottom is shown, but other sensitive regions are covered. She is uncovered as having an affair when her body paint is found smudged, her husband asking angrily "who touched you?", but it's only smudged on her shoulder.

Violence throughout. The various mummies, crazy-men, and zombie-like beings in this movie are shot, stabbed, blown apart, and set on fire, but no blood is present.

In the beginning, a man has his tongue cut out and is mummified alive. Another man pours a jar full of scarabs in his sarcophagus and it's mentioned later that they slowly ate him alive.

In an uncut version, a man is hung but he doesn't die; he is seen being strangled by the rope in a few instances.

A booby trap in a tomb spits out salt acid on diggers who try to open it, they're seen screaming in pain as their skin melts.

A mummy is seen after the first 25 minutes of the movie. He is shown dead and still looks dead as he goes around using people's flesh to bring him back to life. Kind of like an old classic horror movie (only much more gruesome).

A man is shown with his eyes and his tongue cut out.

The same man who had his eyes and tongue cut out later is shown without his flesh. Still, believe it or not, there is no blood. The same thing happens with three other men.

A man has a scarab beetle crawl under his flesh. We hear him screaming in pain as a lump moves around under his skin.

Imhotep's arm is chopped off, and he puts it back.

Some mild language. Uses of God's name in vain.

"Sons of a bitches" "Bastards". Other uses.

The explorers drink and some smoke.

A man discovers a bottle of whiskey and several characters share it, including a woman who becomes visibly tipsy, swaying and becoming rather loopy.

The explorers are hunted by a 3,000 year old mummy that has come back from the dead. Men are mummified alive at the beginning of the movie.

One very frightening scene is when a man is walking through an alley (in the dark), and he hears noises (by Imhotep). After that, we see Imhotep right behind him with a scary, scarred and decayed.

Another one is when Benny (all alone) hears strange baby-like voices. Suddenly, Imhotep (skeleton-looking) appears right in front of him.

One man has scarabs that crawl into his skin and around his body.

The mummy may frighten some.

A man has his eyes ripped out. Nothing bloody is seen, but his empty, gruesome eye-sockets are shown. Later, he is taken into a room and the mummy mummifies him. His screams and yells in pain can be heard. Nothing bloody or graphic is shown.

The mummy dehydrates victims in order to get their flesh and blood. Most of the victims are shown with no more meat or blood. Their skin is a pale green and they look disturbing.

This movie has quite a few jump scenes.

Rated PG-13 for pervasive adventure violence and some partial nudity (Certificate No. 36212)
Argentina:13 / Australia:M / Belgium:KT / Brazil:12 / Canada:PG / Finland:K-14 (original rating) / Finland:K-12 (re-rating) / France:U / Germany:12 (w) / Greece:K-13 / Hong Kong:IIB / Iceland:12 / Italy:T / Netherlands:12 / New Zealand:M / Norway:15 / Peru:14 / Philippines:PG-13 / Portugal:M/12 / Singapore:PG / Singapore:PG13 (re-rating) / South Korea:12 / Spain:7 / Sweden:11 / Switzerland:12 (canton of Geneva) / Switzerland:12 (canton of Vaud) / UK:15 (DVD) (uncut version) / UK:12 (cut) / USA:PG-13 (Certificate No. 36212)

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