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Queen of Sheba (Character)
from Solomon and Sheba (1959)

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Solomon and Sheba -- King Vidor directs Yul Brynner and Gina Lollobrigida in this spectacular biblical epic that cinematically explores the evils of the flesh and pagan worship within the tumultuous land of Israel. In HD.

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Alternate Names:
Balkis / La reine de Saba / Queen Sheba / Sheba / The Queen of Sheba

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  1. Queen of Sheba: Behind the Myth (2002) (TV) Played by Amani Zain (as Sheba)

  2. Solomon (1997) (TV) Played by Vivica A. Fox
  3. Solomon & Sheba (1995) (TV) Played by Halle Berry (as Queen Sheba)

  4. Rome '78 (1978) Played by Anya Phillips
  5. La reine de Saba (1974) (TV) Played by Ludmilla Tchérina (as Balkis)

  6. The Queen of Sheba Meets the Atom Man (1963) Played by Winifred Bryan (as The Queen of Sheba)

  7. Solomon and Sheba (1959) Played by Gina Lollobrigida (as Sheba)
  8. The Queen of Sheba (1952) Played by Leonora Ruffo (as Balkis)
    ... aka "La regina di Saba" - Italy (original title)

  9. Le berceau de dieu (1926) Played by France Dhélia (as La reine de Saba)
  10. The Queen of Sheba (1921) Played by Betty Blythe

  11. La reine de Saba (1913) Played by Gabrielle Robinne (as Balkis)

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From Solomon and Sheba (1959)
Abishag: How interesting your encampment is. Are your people always so carefree and gay?
Sheba: We enjoy life and pleasure. Don't you?
Abishag: Yes, we do. But we are an austere people. We tend to be more serious.
Sheba: And your king, is he also serious?
Abishag: King Solomon has a great responsibility. He must maintain the unity of our twelve tribes.
Sheba: It is very important, this unity?
Abishag: Oh, yes. Without it, there would be no Israel.
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