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The Ten Commandments

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In order to save her son from the slaughter according to the Pharaoh order of killing every born males, fearing from the next messenger that will take the throne from him, Moses mother has put him in a wooden box in the Nile, in order to save him from the killing, but incidents come to climax when he is taken by the pharaoh's palace, where he has been raised, but everything changes when he becomes the next messenger that is sent by God to guide people and set them free from slavery and corruption.
Actors: Tommy Duran,
Tommy Duran
Tommy Duran 3 August 1947, Los Angeles, California, USA
Judith Anderson,
Judith Anderson
Judith Anderson 10 February 1897, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Ramsay Hill,
Ramsay Hill
Ramsay Hill 30 November 1890, Georgetown, Guyana
Eduard Franz,
Eduard Franz
Eduard Franz 31 October 1902, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Yul Brynner,
Yul Brynner
Yul Brynner 11 July 1920, Vladivostok, Primorskaya Oblast, Far Eastern Republic [now Primorsky Krai, Russia]
H.B. Warner,
H.B. Warner
H.B. Warner 26 October 1875, London, England, UK
Frank DeKova,
Frank DeKova
Frank DeKova 17 March 1910, New York City, New York, USA
Nancy Hale,
Nancy Hale
Nancy Hale
Abbas El Boughdadly,
Abbas El Boughdadly
Abbas El Boughdadly
Gail Kobe,
Gail Kobe
Gail Kobe 19 March 1932, Hamtramck, Michigan, USA
Amanda Webb,
Amanda Webb
Amanda Webb
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Director: Cecil B. DeMille
Cecil B. DeMille
Cecil B. DeMille 12 August 1881, Ashfield, Massachusetts, USA
Country: United States
Release: 1956
IMDb: 7.9
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Duration: 220 min
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Christianity Today

November 02, 2006

Still the definitive depiction of the Exodus in the popular imagination.
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New York Daily News
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December 10, 2014

DeMille's direction of the action is superb and the various roles are played with feeling by a large and competent cast, headed by Charlton Heston.
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Empire Magazine
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May 06, 2006

An epic soap opera of an event -- the running time is longer than any church service -- that still impresses more than it amuses.
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leonardmaltin.com

April 21, 2011

It seems as if some films are perpetually being restored, with each new version touted as better than the last. That said, I can assure you that the new DVD and Blu-ray edition of...
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TV Guide
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March 04, 2008

A great big wallow, sublime hootchy-kootchy hokum, peppered with lightning that does automatic writing and an unsurpassed homage to the joys of jello.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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March 25, 2011

DeMille's last film (he died in 1959) is also his biggest, most spectacular epic, excessive and lurid, displaying him as a showman--must see for Hollywood students
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Hollywood Reporter
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April 07, 2015

There is no other picture like it. There will be none. If it could be summed up in a word, the word would be sublime. And the man responsible for that, when all is said and done is Cecil B. DeMille.
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Variety
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October 19, 2007

DeMille remains conventional with the motion picture as an art form. The eyes of the onlooker are filled with spectacle. Emotional tug is sometimes lacking.
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Film4
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March 04, 2008

Bank holiday afternoon fare it might be, but DeMille's remake of his 1923 silent is a marvellous epic of the kind they don't make any more.
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Chicago Reader
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March 04, 2008

With a running time of nearly four hours, Cecil B. De Mille's last feature and most extravagant blockbuster is full of the absurdities and vulgarities one expects, but it isn't boring for a minute.
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Common Sense Media

December 15, 2010

Stirring, even if it's as much showbiz as Bible.
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

It's the gigantic vulgarity, the obsessive righteousness of the director himself, which keeps the show on the road and suffuses the movie with its daft power.
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