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Nefertiti y Aquenatos

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Nefertiti y Aquenatos
Film poster
Directed byRaúl Araiza
Screenplay byMyron J. Gold
Produced by
CinematographyÁlex Phillips Jr.
Release date
  • 18 September 1973 (1973-09-18)
Running time
30 minutes

Nefertiti y Aquenatos (English: Nefertiti and Akhenaten) is a 1973 Mexican television short film directed by Raúl Araiza. The film stars Geraldine Chaplin as Nefertiti, Salah Zulfikar as Horemheb and John Gavin as Akhenaten. The film was produced by Telesistema Mexicano S.A.[1][2][3][4]

Primary cast

See also


  1. ^ Silva, George Batista Da (2016-12-24). Filmografias Históricas. Clube de Autores.
  2. ^ Dumont, Hervé (2009). L'Antiquité au cinéma: vérités, légendes et manipulations (in French). Nouveau Monde. ISBN 978-2-84736-476-7.
  3. ^ Nefertiti y Aquenatos (in Polish), retrieved 2022-04-03
  4. ^ Riera, Emilio García; Macotela, Fernando (1984). La guía del cine mexicano de la pantalla grande a la televisión, 1919-1984 (in Spanish). Editorial Patria. ISBN 978-968-39-0029-6.

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