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Pharaoh Seti I (Character)
from The Prince of Egypt (1998)

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Biography:
Seti I was a Pharaoh of Egypt from c. 1290 BC to 1279 BC... See more »
Alternate Names:
Pharaoh / Pharaoh Seti / Sethi / Seti

Filmography

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  1. Exodus: Gods and Kings (2014) Played by John Turturro (as Seti)

  2. The Ten Commandments (2007) Played by Scott McNeil (as Seti)
  3. The Ten Commandments: The Musical (2006) Played by Aharon Ipalé (as Seti)
  4. Bible Battles (2005) (TV) Played by Steven W. Richardson (as Pharaoh Seti)
  5. The Mummy Returns (2001) Played by Aharon Ipalé (as Pharaoh)
  6. In the Beginning (2000) (TV) Played by Richard Rees

  7. The Mummy (1999) Played by Aharon Ipalé
    ... aka "Hamunaptra" - Japan (English title)
  8. The Prince of Egypt (1998) Played by Patrick Stewart (as Seti)

  9. The Ten Commandments (1956) Played by Cedric Hardwicke (as Sethi)

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Quotes:
From The Ten Commandments (1956)
Moses: No son could have more love for you than I.
Sethi: Then why are you forcing me to destroy you? What evil has done this to you?
Moses: The evil that men should turn their brothers into beasts of burden, to be stripped of spirit, and hope, and strength - only because they are of another race, another creed. If there is a god, he did not mean this to be so.
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