Egyptian, The (1954) Original Trailer
Original trailer for the 20th Century-Fox early CinemaScope epic The Egyptian, 1954, from producer Darryl Zanuck, with Jean Simmons, Michael Wilding, Gene Tierney, Victor Mature, Edmund Purdom, Peter Ustinov and Bella Darvi.
Egyptian, The (1954) - Offer Him More Than She Can
Babylonian Nefer (Bella Darvi) has mesmerized the heretofore virtuous young Egyptian physician Sinuhe (Edmund Purdom, title character), to the consternation of his slave Kaptah (Peter Ustinov) and devoted barmaid Merit (Jean Simmons), in 20th Century-Foxs The Egyptian, 1954.
Egyptian, The (1954) - Thirty-Three Centuries Ago
Michael Curtiz directing the lavish early CinemaScope Darryl F. Zanuck production from 20th Century-Fox, Edmund Purdom is the title character but billed below Jean Simmons, Michael Wilding, Victor Mature, Gene Tierney, Bella Darvi and Peter Ustinov, opening The Egyptian, 1954.
Egyptian, The (1954) - The God Is Coming
Edmund Purdom is wannabe physician Sinuhe (title character) and Victor Mature, his frustrated warrior pal, hunting lions for sport in ancient Egypt, when they meet the possibly nutty Akhnaton (Michael Wilding), with no idea hes the next pharoah, in the early CinemaScope The Egyptian, 1954.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- The Egyptian (1954)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces The Egyptian, 1954.
Egyptian, The (1954) - In The School Of Life
Title character Edmund Purdom narrates, on his youth as an aspiring physician in ancient Egypt, Victor Mature his warrior buddy Horemheb, partying when we meet Jean Simmons as Merit, remarkably attractive and composed for a Tavern Wench, in The Egyptian, 1954.
The Egyptian (1954) - Your Highness Shoots Well
Gene Tierney is Baketamon, foxy sister of the new pharaoh, interrupting newly-promoted palace guard Horemreb (Victor Mature) in training, with a plan to pry his physician friend (Edmund Purdom, title character, not seen) from a Babylonian temptress, in The Egyptian, 1954.