Attack of the Mayan Mummy (1963) - Rotten Tomatoes

Attack of the Mayan Mummy (1963)





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American "B"-movie mogul Jerry Warren can always be counted on to turn a cheap but fun horror import into a boring, unwatchable mess -- as proven by this tedious effort, originally produced in Mexico as The Aztec Mummy and later padded out with deadly-dull exposition. The original film is silly enough; the first of a popular Mexican series, it involves the awakening of the mummy Popoca to avenge the desecration of his tomb by infidels. As a cost-saving measure, instead of re-dubbing the Spanish dialogue, Warren added new scenes with American actors, who drone on about reincarnation and past-life regression and bring the action to a screeching halt. ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi


Crox Alvarado
as Redding's Younger Assistant
Rosita Arenas
as Ann Taylor
Steve Conte
as The Hired Thief
Ramón Gay
as Dr. Edmund Redding
George Mitchell
as Dr. Frederick Munson
Jorge Mondragon
as Redding's Older Assistant
Chuck Niles
as Douglas Banks newscaster
Bruno Ve Sota
as The Newspaper Editor
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