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The Pharaohs' Woman

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The Pharaohs' Woman
The Pharaohs' Woman.jpg
Directed byVictor Tourjansky
Written byRemigio Del Grosso
Ugo Liberatore
Story byVirgilio Tosi
Massimo Vitalo
Produced byGiorgio Venturini
CinematographyPier Ludovico Pavoni
Edited byAntonietta Zita
Music byGiovanni Fusco
Release date
Running time
87 min.

The Pharaohs' Woman (Italian: La donna dei faraoni) is a 1960 Italian historical drama film directed by Victor Tourjansky and starring John Drew Barrymore. The film is set in Ancient Egypt during the 31st century BCE (shortly after the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt) and pertains to a love story set against the backdrop of a power struggle between a prince of the former ruling dynasty of Lower Egypt and the new overlords from Upper Egypt. It was the first feature film shot in Techniscope.[1]

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Ramses, prince of Thebes and Pharaoh of Upper Egypt, is in dispute with his cousin Sabaku, prince of Bubasti and Pharaoh of Lower Egypt. The noble Amosis, in an attempt to reconcile them, takes them on a cruise on the Nile, but the three, during a game of dice, meet Akis, whom they are fascinated by. The game of dice therefore has the girl as its stake, and is won by Ramses, but bad luck wants Akis to be guarded by Farka, Ramses' servant and friend of Amosis, who then entrusts the young woman to the priestess of the temple of Bubastis. However, she is discovered and denounced by Mareth, a jealous lady from Sabaku. A series of events will force the young Akis to plan her revenge, and the destruction of the couple ...


  • Lilli Lembo as Mareth

See also


  1. ^ "Iec - Film Formats - Page 3".

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