Bram Stoker's Legend of the Mummy

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Bram Stoker's Legend of the Mummy
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DVD Cover
Directed by Jeffrey Obrow
Produced by Bill Barnett
Robert E. Baruc
Ted Driscoll
Gina Fortunato
Hanel Goldstein
Jeffrey Obrow
Written by Lars Hauglie
Jeffrey Obrow (adaptation)
John Penney (adaptation)
Based on The Jewel of Seven Stars
by Bram Stoker
Starring Louis Gossett, Jr.
Amy Locane
Eric Lutes
Mark Lindsay Chapman
Music by Rick Cox
Cinematography Antonio Soriano
Edited by Gary Meyers
Goldbar Entertainment
Distributed by New City Releasing
Release date
  • March 30, 1998 (1998-03-30)
Running time
96 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $2,000,000 (estimate)

Bram Stoker's Legend of the Mummy, or simply Bram Stoker's The Mummy, is a horror-fantasy 1998 film based on Bram Stoker's novel The Jewel of Seven Stars. It features an ensemble cast including Academy Award Winner Louis Gossett, Jr., Eric Lutes, Amy Locane, Lloyd Bochner, Victoria Tennant, Mary Jo Catlett, Aubrey Morris, and Richard Karn. Morris previously played Dr. Putnum in Blood from the Mummy's Tomb, the Hammer adaptation of the same novel.


Art historian Robert Wyatt is summoned to the house of his old flame, Margaret Trelawny. Her father, noted Egyptologist Abel Trelawny, was found in a coma in his study with claw marks on his wrist. Per his dictated wishes, Trelawny asks that he be kept in the room with his Egyptian artifacts with two witnesses at all times. Hoping to solve the mystery of Trelawny's case, Wyatt contacts Corbeck, an archaeologist who worked with Trelawny in the 1970s in uncovering the tomb of an Egyptian queen.



The film was released straight-to-video in 1998 by A-Pix Entertainment on VHS and by Simitar Entertainment on DVD.


Although panned by critics, the film has achieved somewhat of a cult status over the years.

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