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Mummy, The - Same Phrase, Different Meaning
Find the part right after the battle scene with the Tuareg warriors and the French Foreign Legion. Right before the camera shows O'Connell stumbling off into the desert, Ardeth Bay says a phrase in Arabic and the subtitle reads, "The creature remains undiscovered." Make sure to pay close attention to the way the Arabic phrase sounds. Now, fast forward to the part where O'Connell, Jonathan, Evelyn, and the warden are traveling to Hamunaptra during the night on camels. When the camera shows the Med-Jai on the cliff and Ardeth Bay says "This one is strong," the Arabic phrase he uses is the same one he used to say, "The creature remains undiscovered." Just a small mistake, and The Mummy is nonetheless a great movie.
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Bob on 08-07-2001
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Neo writes:
Look at the DVD's director comments.
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