- Remade as Ten Commandments, The (1956), again by Cecil B. DeMille.
- To create the water effect for the Red Sea parting two gelatin molds were jiggled on camera.
- The Egyptian set seen in the prologue was, in reality, an enormous construction, and was actually considerably larger than the Babelon sets in D.W. Griffith's _Intolerance(1916)_ , to which they are often compared.
- Most of the chariot crashes in the prologue were real and unplanned.
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