Production info

The Dancer of the Nile
USA, 1923

Sam de Grasse, Bertram Grassby, June Eldridge
Directed by William P.S. Earle


An Egyptian princess falls in love with Karmet, prince of a neighboring kingdom, who loves Arvia, a dancing girl. The princess orders Arvia killed, but Arvia's father, a high priest, saves her for Karmet. The princess finds another prince and marries him. (source: AFI)

Originally titled "Tutankhamun", which became "The Dancer of the Nile" because apparently too many people were tired of hearing the king's name.

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