A dedicated actor in a realistic mummy costume that he can't take off is shooting a movie in a swamp. When he hears his wife is in labor, he runs towards the town but the local rednecks think he's the real deal and form a posse.

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Tom Harrison ...
Harold
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Willie Joe
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Ezra
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Jubal
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Librarian (as Lucy Lee Flippen)
William Frankfather ...
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Arnold Johnson ...
Town Sage
Michael Zand ...
Ra Amin Ka
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Old Grave Robber
Billy Beck ...
Old Blind Man
Brian Bradley ...
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Ruta Mae
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Assistant Director (as Pamela Seamon)
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Freckle-Faced Boy (as Elden Ratliff)
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An actor (Tom Harrison) dressed as a mummy races from location-filming of a horror movie through a primeval Southern swamp to reach his wife, who is about to give birth. But the locals believe in the eerie legend of Ra Amin Ka, and when they encounter the panicked, bandaged performer, they are positive he is the real deal. Written by myrthuen@hotmail.com

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27 October 1985 (USA)  »

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The chapter is reportedly inspired by a real life event that happened when a fully costumed Boris Karloff as the Frankenstein monster traveled to the hospital where he had just become a father. See more »

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[a small crowd starts attacking a mummy in a forest]
Crowd leader: Kill the monster!
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Enjoyable and quite silly
22 June 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

The show begins on location. A mummy movie is being filmed and all is well. However, the actor playing the mummy learns that his wife is in labor and he rushes to the hospital. In his haste, he doesn't change and since he looks very real, folks along the way are scared to death to see what they think is a live mummy! To add to the confusion, a REAL mummy!

This episode has a paper-thin story and no depth whatsoever. However, this doesn't really matter because it IS fun--a lot of fun. Compared to the previous mostly poor episodes, this is a VAST improvement in the show and is one that has aged better than most episodes as well. Worth seeing and incredibly silly.


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