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Miriam (Character)
from Ben-Hur (1959)

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Ben-Hur -- A member of the Jewish nobility living in Jerusalem, Judah Ben-Hur (Charlton Heston) lives a religious life and peacefully opposes the tyrannical occupation of Judea by Rome.
Ben-Hur -- Trailer for Ben-Hur
Ben-Hur -- Clip: You Should Have Killed Me
Ben-Hur -- Trailer for Ben-Hur
Ben-Hur -- Clip: Chariot Race

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Alternate Names:
Naomi Ben-Hur / Princess of Hur

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Feature:
  1. Ben-Hur (2016) Played by Ayelet Zurer (as Naomi Ben-Hur)

  2. Ben-Hur (1959) Played by Martha Scott
    ... aka "Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ" - USA (alternative title)
    ... aka "William Wyler's Ben-Hur" - USA (complete title)

  3. Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ (1925) Played by Claire McDowell (as Princess of Hur)
    ... aka "Ben-Hur" - USA (short title)
Video:
  1. Ben Hur (2003) (V) Played by Tabitha St. Germain

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From Ben-Hur (1959)
[Judah confronts Esther and Malluch in the Valley of the Lepers]
Judah Ben-Hur: [angrily, to Esther] Why did you tell me they were dead?
Esther: It was what they wanted. Judah, I must not betray this faith. Will you do this for them?
Judah Ben-Hur: Not to see them?
Esther: [seeing Miriam and Tirzah approach] They are coming... Judah! Judah, love them in the way they most need to be loved: not to look at them! Judah, let it be as though you had never come here. Please, Judah!
[Judah hides behind a boulder as Esther goes to meet Miriam]
Miriam: Is Judah well? Is he happy?
[Judah's face twists in anguish]
Esther: Yes. He is well. Your mind can be at rest for him. He is well, Miriam.
Miriam: [taking the basket of food] God be with you.
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