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Pharaoh Mernefta (Character)
from "Moses the Lawgiver" (1974)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Meneptah II / Mermefta / Pharaoh Menapta

Filmography

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  1. "Testament: The Bible in Animation"
        - Moses (1996) TV episode, Played by Simon Callow (as Meneptah II)
  2. Moses (1995) (TV) Played by Frank Langella (as Mermefta)

  3. "Moses the Lawgiver" (1974) TV series Played by Laurent Terzieff
    ... aka "Moses" - USA (theatrical title)

  4. Die Sklavenkönigin (1924) Played by Adolf Weisse (as Pharaoh Menapta)

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Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From "Testament: The Bible in Animation: Moses (#1.1)" (1996)
Meneptah II: [crushing a roach] So, this is the measure of your God's mercy?
Moses: It is the measure of a Pharoah's soul. Let my people go.
Meneptah II: I would shake them like dust from my sandals, but I have come too far.
Moses: Once step further takes you into the dark.
[the plague of darkenss falls upon Egypt]
Moses: The edge of silence.
Meneptah II: Why is the sun god powerless? The darkness depresses... chokes me.
Moses: Terror is as old as the world Pharoah. But until now it fed on a different people. Gather your own life around you. Meneptah... you have a son.
Meneptah II: No! You will not touch him!
Moses: Your son, and the first born of all your people. The Lord God chooses life. Chose with him now. Let my people go.
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