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Under Wraps (film)

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Under Wraps (film)

Under Wraps
Promotional poster
Written by Don Rhymer
Directed by Greg Beeman
Starring Bill Fagerbakke
Adam Wylie
Mario Yedidia
Clara Bryant
Theme music composer David Michael Frank
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) Don Rhymer
Editor(s) Norman Hollyn
Cinematography Mark W. Gray
Running time 95 minutes
Original channel Disney Channel
Original release October 25, 1997 (1997-10-25)

Under Wraps is a 1997 Disney Channel Original Movie and the second to be called as such.


  • Plot 1
  • Cast 2
  • Home media 3
  • External links 4


Three 12-year-old kids discover a mummy in the basement of a "dead" man's house. It comes alive due to the conjunction of the moonlight during that time of the month. They are scared of him at first, but with time discover he is friendly, if clumsy and confused. The kids name the mummy Harold, and decide he will temporarily take up residence in one kid's bedroom. After paying a visit to their Halloween-obsessed friend, Bruce, they discover that if the mummy is not put back in his coffin before midnight on Halloween, the mummy will cease to exist.

However, the sarcophagus is in the hands of the "dead" man, known as Mr. Kubat, who feigned his death to avoid paying his taxes. Upon finding out that the mummy has "escaped" from the coffin, he orders his henchmen to look for the mummy and bring it back in time, as he is selling it to an interested buyer. On top of that, there are a few other obstacles that follow by. For one thing, Harold's unusual appearance may attract unwanted attention as Halloween night draws closer. Meanwhile, they find out that Harold used to be in love with another mummy who comes alive at the end.


Home media

The film was unavailable on home video until July 5, 2012, when Platinum Disc released it on DVD.

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