A time of danger approaches for all of the Kingdom. With a soothsayer's dire prophecy, the Pharoah orders the slaughter of all newborn males. But one child, born of Hebrew slave, is put in the care of others to ensure his own safety, Moses. watch
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Two bumbling Americans (Abbott and Costello) stumble on the discovery of a lifetime when their search for a mummy leads them to a sacred medallion that holds the key to buried treasure.
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This powerful, fact-based absurdity-of-war film stars Kirk Douglas as a commanding officer who defends three scapegoats on trial for a failed offensive that occurred within the French Army in 1916.
In the third year of World War I, the erudite but morally bankrupt French general Broulard (Adolphe Menjou) orders his troops to seize the heavily fortified "Ant Hill" from the Germans. General Mireau (George MacReady) knows that this action will be suicidal, but he will sacrifice his men to enhance his own reputation. Against his better judgment, Colonel Dax (Kirk Douglas) leads the charge, and the results are appalling. After the defeat, Mireau cannot admit to himself that the attack was a bad idea from the outset: he convinces himself that loss of Ant Hill was due to the cowardice of his men. Mireau demands that three soldiers be selected by lot to be executed as an example to rest of the troops. This powerful, fact-based absurdity-of-war film was banned outright in France for several years.
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A time of danger approaches for all of the Kingdom. With a soothsayer's dire prophecy, the Pharoah orders the slaughter of all newborn males. But one child, born of Hebrew slave, is put in the care of others to ensure his own safety, Moses.
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