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Rated NR · 106 minutes · 1955

Historical drama
Obsessed with his fate in the afterlife, the egotistical Pharaoh Khufu (Jack Hawkins) recruits oppressed architect Vashtar (James Robertson Justice) and forces him to design the most lavish and well-secured pyramid ever built. Vashtar struggles to meet Khufu's lofty expectations, knowing that, if he does so, the ruler will release his enslaved brethren from bondage. As construction begins, Khufu's new wife, Princess Nellifer (Joan Collins), plots to secure her own piece of the tyrant's riches.
Director: Howard Hawks
Cast: Jack Hawkins, Joan Collins, Dewey Martin, James Robertson Justice, Alexis Minotis and Sydney Chaplin

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