Production info

La Vie de Moïse
France, 1905

Silent biblical production by Pathé Frères in six parts: "I. Moses drawn out of the water. 2. The burning bush. 3. Passing through the Red Sea. 4. The Hebrews in the wilderness. 5. Upon Mount Sinai 6. Worship of the golden calf. This very beautiful film shows us the whole life of Moses, from his very infancy to the moment when he delivers the Ten Commandments to his people. The story of Moses is too well known to be repeated and we assure our customers that this film is the truest reproduction possible, its photography being superb. We feel convinced that this subject will soon reach the same high standards as our world-known ‘Life and Passion of Christ." (Lubin publicity...)

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