Production info

Caesar in Egypt
France, 1910

  

While in Egypt, the Roman general Julius Caesar falls in love with the beautiful Tsit, one of the daughters of Tagra. This is much to the dismay of the Egyptians, who set fire to his palace. It soon becomes a burning furnace, the glowing walls fall and crush the hitherto victorious Romans, while the Egyptians save Tagra and her daughters.

French production by Pathé Frères. Original French title unknown.


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