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Louis," and Bud orders hamburgers and coffee after the sale, it'll be steak and potatoes.
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The waiter shrieks that the medallion means "death to whoever holds it," so after some comic switcheroo, Lou accidentally swallows it. Rontru with her henchmen, Charlie and Josef, take Lou to be fluorescoped, which makes the medallion visible. Semu, passing himself off as a Professor, arranges an expedition with Rontru to find the wealth of Ara.
He knows secret passages at a temple, where his followers are worshipping. Lou stumbles on a secret passage, a bat, a giant iguana, a skeleton, and finally the mummy, which rises. Bud says, "Well, a live mummy is worth more to us than a dead one.
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With Semu gagged, Charlie becomes a fake mummy, as does Bud, and the real mummy is wandering around too. Two mummies run from Rontru's gunshots, but not the real one.
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Semu is dismayed, but Bud has an idea which will keep the legend alive. Cut to opening night at Kafe Klaris. Pardon my messiah complex, but I've watched this to spare you. Whenever Costello plays the kind of flute that snake charmers play, a cobra raises up out of a basket.
We first see it when the guys are hiding from policemen disguised as snake charmers. Costello plays the flute and finds a cobra in his face that came out of a basket above him. He tells Abbott to sit under the basket then plays the flute but instead, another cobra comes out of a basket behind him. Next, the guys are in a store where Costello finds a flute and plays it, which brings another cobra out of a basket, but he doesn't see it. He puts his hat on the basket then plays the flute and sees his hat move so he picks it up to find a cobra in his face.
At the very end, in a nightclub made out of the mummy's tomb, where the band are all dressed like mummys, Costello decides to scare Abbott with a cobra, so he tells him to play the flute. He is surprised to see two cobras come out of a large ceramic pot. He is even more surprised to see that the cobras are really painted hands and arms that are attached to a beautiful woman who reaches out for Abbott and kisses him.
Costello decides he'll find his own beautiful woman if he plays the flute at a different pot, so he does.