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Storm Over the Nile (1955) Poster

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Terence Young and Zoltan Korda used, verbatim, R.C. Sherriff's script for The Four Feathers (1939) in this remake, as well as some footage from the that earlier film, which Korda had directed.
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Reused a great deal of stock footage from The Four Feathers (1939), including the entire final battle sequence.
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First film of Mary Ure.
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To make up the numbers of white men to play the British troops the locally based British soldiers were used as extras.
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One shot of John Laurie as the Khalifa from "The Four Feathers" (1939) is used in "Storm Over the Nile."
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Shortly after the film's release the Sudan became independent on 1 January 1956, as agreed by the United Kingdom and Egypt in the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty of 1954.
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They did not only re-use some parts of the 1935 movie, but the text and the stage play are exactly the same. Just the cast has changed (the heroine was a brown Gene Tierney-type in 1939, and a blonde Doris day-type in 1955, may be an American sociologist could explain why...).
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