The Mummy's Curse is a Golden Book, part of the imprint's Golden Look-Look Book series, released in 1992. The story adapted the "Egypt, May 1908" segment of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles television series' debut episode: Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal.
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Differences from the filmEdit
The story is an abridged version of the events from the "Egypt, May 1908" segment of Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal which begins at the point of T. E. Lawrence taking Indiana Jones and Miss Seymour to visit Howard Carter's dig site in Egypt, 1908. However, the character of Rasheed Sallam and his murder at the hands of Demetrios is omitted. The plot instead concerns the mystery of the missing treasures from Kha's tomb.
- Howard Carter
- Pierre Duclos
- Bassam Ghaly
- Henry Walton Jones, Senior (Mentioned only)
- Indiana Jones
- Kha (Remains)
- T. E. Lawrence
- Helen Margaret Seymour
- Tutankhamun (Mentioned only)
- Jackal headpiece (Pictured only)