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The All New Adventures of Laurel & Hardy in 'For Love or Mummy' (1999)

The two are trying to protect a professor's daughter from a mummy that has been re-born.

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Prof. Henry Covington
Philip Godawa ...
Farouk Bin Abdullah
Susan Danford ...
Leslie Covington
Jeffrey Pillars ...
Biker - Barney
Rick Rogers ...
Lt. Kowalski
Farouk Valley-Omar ...
Habib
Larry Harmon ...
Bozoworld owner
Christine Weir ...
Ms. Burkum
Zane Meas ...
High priest
Gordon van Rooyen ...
Party man
Matthew Haldenby ...
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Young Professor Covington
Shannon Bowie ...
Young Leslie
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The two are trying to protect a professor's daughter from a mummy that has been re-born.

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Their uncles paved the way for their hijinks...Now all they want is their mummy.

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Comedy

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Rated PG for some mild violence | See all certifications »
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18 November 1999 (Singapore)  »

Also Known As:

A tetszhalott múmia, avagy Stan és Pan új kalandjai  »

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Trivia

Jim Varney was originally cast as Stan Laurel but had to bow out due to ill health. This film would have marked the fifth pairing of Varney and Gailard Sartain. See more »

Quotes

Hardy: Dream boat... that's what she'll say when she sees me...
Laurel: When I see you, I think tug boat
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Referenced in The Cinema Snob: E.T. the Porno (2010) See more »

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Nothing from Nothing
Performed by Billy Preston
Courtesy of A&M Records, Inc.
By Arrangement with PolyGram Film and TV Music
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Not all THAT bad
2 June 2000 | by (Oakland CA) – See all my reviews

I can see why Laurel and Hardy purists might be offended by this rather gentle 're-enactment', but this film would be an excellent way to introduce children to the pleasures of classic L & H. Bronson Pinchot and Gailard Sartain acquit themselves reasonably as the comedy duo and there's a reasonably good supporting cast. I enjoyed it.


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