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Saturday Night Horror: The Awakening

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starring
Charlton Heston Susannah York
Stephanie Zimbalist Egypt, 1961.
Archaeologist Matthew
— Corbeck uncovers the lost tomb of the evil Queen
Kara at the very moment his daughter is born. Eighteen years later Corbeck ships the mummy to England and returns to Egypt with his daughter to steal artifacts from Kara's tomb. But he soon suspects that the dead Queen, infamous for killing her incestuous father, is Possessing the soul of his daughter ... Charlton Heston stars in this stylish adaptation of BRAM STOKER 'S tale of terror.
Screenplay by ALAN SCOTT
CHRIS BRYANT and CLIVE EXTON Based on the novel
TheJeweloftheSevenStars Produced by ROBERT SOLO Directed by MIKE NEWELL
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Contributors

Unknown: Charlton Heston
Unknown: Susannah York
Unknown: Charlton Heston
Unknown: Bram Stoker
Unknown: Alan Scott
Unknown: Chris Bryant
Unknown: Clive Exton
Produced By: Robert Solo
Directed By: Mike Newell
Matthew Corbeck: Charlton Heston
Jane Turner: Susannah York
Anne Corbeck: Jill Townsend
Margaret Corbeck: Stephanie Zimbalist
Paul Whittier: Patrick Drury
Dr Khalid: Bruce Myers
Dr El Sadek: Nadim Sawalha
Dr Richter: Ian McDiarmid
Yussef: Ahmed Osman
Dr Kadira: Miriam Margolyes
Hamid: Michael Mellinger
John Matthews: Leonard Maguire

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Saturday Night Horror: The Awakening

BBC One London, 7 November 1987 23.50






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