Production info

Joseph Vendu par ses Frères
France, 1904

Directed by V. Lorant Heilbronn

Joseph is sold by his brothers and taken to Egypt, where he finally lands in jail. There he explains to his fellow prisoners their dreams. The one will gain his liberty while the other will hang. His predictions come true. It was at that time that the King has some dreams which he wanted to have explained. Learning that Joseph could do this, he has him brought before him. Joseph explains his dreams and is appointed Governor.

Silent biblical film by Pathé Frères in 5 parts: "1.Sale - 2.In Captivity - 3.Tempted by Potiphar’s Wife - 4.Explanation of Pharaoh’s dreams - 5.Triumph of Joseph & Apotheosis".

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