With André Morell, Maggie Kimberly, David Buck, John Phillips, Elizabeth Sellars, Michael Ripper, Roger Delgado, Tim Barrett
The Mummy's Shroud is a 1967 British DeLuxe Color horror film made by Hammer Film Productions which was directed by John Gilling.
It stars André Morell and David Buck as explorers who uncover the tomb of an ancient Egyptian mummy. It also starred John Phillips, Maggie Kimberly, Elizabeth Sellars and Michael Ripper as Longbarrow. Stuntman Eddie Powell played the Mummy, brought back to life to wreak revenge on his enemies. The uncredited narrator in the prologue, sometimes incorrectly assumed to be Peter Cushing, is British actor Tim Turner.
It was the third of Hammer's four Mummy films, a cycle which began with The Mummy, continued with The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb, and ended with Blood from the Mummy's Tomb. It was the last to feature a bandaged mummy - the final film contained no such character.
It was the final Hammer production to be made at Bray Studios, the company's home until 1967, when its productions moved to Elstree Studios and occasionally Pinewood.