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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Stephen Sommers; Sean Daniel; Brendan Fraser; Rachel Weisz; Arnold Vosloo; Dwayne Johnson; Steven Brand; Kelly Hu; Bernard Hill; Grant Heslov
|Language Note:||Dialogue in English and French. The Scorpion King has subtitles in Spanish.|
|Notes:||"The Franchise collection"--Container.
A DVD Video discs of the 1999, 2001, 2002 motion pictures.
Bonus features in The Mummy special features: Deleted scenes ; building a Better Mummy, an in-depth look into the creative and technical processes that brought us the heart-stopping visual effects of the film, with director Stephen Sommers and the crew at Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) ; visual and special effects formation ; Egyptology 101 ; feature commentary with director Stephen Sommers and editor, Bob Ducsay ; theatrical trailers.
Bonus features in The mummy returns: Outtakes ; an exclusive conversation with The Rock ; Spotlight on location: The making of The Mummy returns ; Unlock the secret to The Scorpion king ; Visual and special-effects formation ; Egyptology 201 ; Live's "Forever maynot be long enough" music video ; feature commentary ; theatrical trailer.
Bonus features in The Scorpion King: Alternate version in enhanced viewing mode ; outtakes ; feature commentary with the Rock: see the rock as he records the commentary live ; featuring commentary with director Chuck Russel ; Godsmack music video I stand alone ; preparing the fight: a look at the process of shooting a fight sequence ; The making of The scorpion king ; The special effects ; The rock and Michael Clarke Duncan ; ancient-world production design ; working with animals ; Sorpion King: man or myth?
|Credits:||The Mummy: producers, James Jacks & Sean Daniel ; director, Stephen Sommers ; screen story, Stephen Sommers, Lloyd Fonvielle & Kevin Jarre ; screenplay, Stephen Sommers ; music, Jerry Goldsmith ; co-producer, Patricia Carr ; director of photography, Adrian Biddle ; editor, Bob Ducsay. The mummy returns: producer, James Jacks, Sean Daniel ; executive producer, Bob Ducsay, Don Zepfel ; director/writer, Stephen Sommers ; director of photography, Adrian Biddle ; editor, Bob Ducsay ; music, Alan Silvestri ; special visual effects and animation by Industrial Light and Magic. The Scorpion King: producers, Stephen Sommers, Sean Daniel, James Jacks, Kevin Misher ; executive producer, Vince McMahon ; associate producer, Michael Tronick, Josh McLaglen ; director, Chuck Russell ; story by Stephen Sommers & Jonathan Hales ; screenplay, Stephen Sommers and William Osborne and David Hayter ; director of photography, John R. Leonetti ; editor, Michael Tronick and Greg Parsons ; music, John Denby.|
|Performer(s):||The mummy: Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Arnold Vosloo, Jonathan Hyde, Kevin J. O'Connor.
The Mummy returns: Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, John Hannah, Arnold Vosloo, Oded Fehr, Patricia Velasquez, Freddie Boath, Alun Armstrong, The Rock.
The Scorpion King: The Rock, Steven Brand, Kelly Hu, Bernard Hill, Grant Heslov.
|Target Audience:||The mummy and The mummy returns Canadian Home Video rating PG and The Scorpion King rated 14A.|
|Description:||3 videodiscs (approximately 6 hr.) : digital, stereo ; 12 cm 4|
|Details:||Dolby digital 5.1, Region 1 encoding.|
The mummy returns: It's now 1933, 10 years after Rick and Evie met. They're married, settled in London and are raising their 8 year old son, Alex. Imhotep's corpse has been brought to the British Museum and ressurected; the mummy walks the earth again, determined to become immortal. Another force born of the darkest rituals of ancient Egyptian mysticism, even more powerful than Imhotep, has also been set loose in the world. When these two forces clash, the world will hang in the balance, sending the O'Connells on a desperate race to save the world and rescue their son.
The Scorpion King: Mighty Memnon rules over nearly all the known world, who defeats his enemies in battle with the help of a beautiful sorceress. "Free tribes" form a fragile alliance to fight Memnon and hire a trio of assassins to kill the sorceress and thus remove Memnon's advantage. The assassins are betrayed by the son of one of the tribal leaders, and Mathayus finds himself unable to kill Cassandra. Mathayus abducts the sorceress, who explains that Memnon was holding her against her will. Mathayus then uses his newfound sense of justice to convince the surviving tribal leaders to join forces again to defeat memnon.