The Ten Commandments
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Chicago Tribune, Saturday, May 15, 1954, s. 1, p. 16, c. 4:

LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD

by Hedda Hopper

. . . . Looks like Cecil B. De Mille will use another of his "Greatest Show on Earth" stars in "The Ten Commandments." In addition to Charlton Heston, who plays Moses, he's talking with Cornel Wilde about the part of Joshua. Wilde had only enough time to shave off his beard after finishing his last picture before he reported to 20th Century Fox to play a Kansas City auto salesman opposite June Allyson.

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Chicago Tribune, Saturday, March 16, 1955, pt. 3, p. 6, c. 1:

LOOKING AT HOLLYWOOD

by Hedda Hopper

Judith Anderson was signed by Cecil De Mille for "The Ten Commandments." Cecil tells me he's finished writing the script after three years of work. Starts shooting in 10 days. . . .

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