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Aaron (Character)
from The Ten Commandments (1956)

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The Prince of Egypt (1998)
Aaron: Miriam, do you want us flogged?

Aaron: So, Moses, how does it feel when *you* get struck to the ground?
Moses: I... didn't mean to cause you more pain. I'm just trying to do what God told me.
Aaron: God? When did God start caring about any of us?
Aaron: In fact, Moses, when did *you* start caring about slaves? Was it when you found out that you were one of us?
Tzipporah: Don't listen to him.
Moses: No, he's right. I did not see because I did not *wish* to see.
Aaron: Oh, you didn't see because you didn't...
Aaron: wish to see! Ah! Well that makes everything fine then, doesn't it?

The Ten Commandments (2006) (TV)
Menerith: My son was taken, too.
Moses: I grieve with you.
Menerith: You... grieve? Wasn't this your doing?
Moses: It was God's.
Menerith: You willed it. Ramses will give you your freedom now. Your God won. I think your God is a cruel one.
Aaron: Years ago, Pharaoh sent his soldiers to kill our children.
Menerith: I wasn't among them! My son wasn't there! Why should we be punished?
Moses: I do what God tells me.

"Moses the Lawgiver" (1974)
Aaron: [immediately after forging the golden calf at Mount Herob] ... Children of Israel, this which you see here... this is not God. The very idea is absurd! But it will *remind* you of God, each and every day that you pass by it.

"Testament: The Bible in Animation: Moses (#1.1)" (1996)
Meneptah II: A petition from the Hebrew Slaves?
Aaron: From the God of the Hebrews.
Meneptah II: Original, though less than tactful.
Aaron: Our God says 'Let my people go into the deser to make a sacrifice and a feast for me.'
Meneptah II: Can't he do it here just as easily as in the desert?

The Ten Commandments (1956)
Moses: [Moses opened the door, after Bithiah knocked] Bithiah.
Bithiah: In fear of your God, they have set me free. May a stranger enter?
Moses: There are no strangers among those who seek God's mercy.
Bithiah: My bearers?
Moses: All who thirst for freedom may come with us. The darkness of death will pass over us tonight, and tomorrow the light of freedom will shine upon us as we go forth from Egypt.
Bithiah: I shall go with you, Moses.
Miriam: A princess of Egypt?
Aaron: An Egyptian?
Miriam: An idol worshipper!
Moses: This woman drew me from the Nile and set my feet upon the path of knowledge. Mered, bring a chair to our table for the daughter of Pharaoh.
Bithiah: There is a great light that shines from your face, Moses. Perhaps someday I shall come to understand it.