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Nefertite, regina del Nilo (1961)

Chronicles the rise and fall of the woman who eventually became known as Queen Nefertiti.

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Benakon
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Amenophis IV
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Merith
Carlo D'Angelo ...
Seper
Alberto Farnese ...
Dakim
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Penaba
Giulio Marchetti ...
Meck
Piero Palermini ...
Nagor
Umberto Raho ...
Zeton, Priest
Gino Marturano ...
Melad (as Luigi Marturano)
Romano Giomini
Raf Baldassarre ...
Mareb (as Raffaele Baldassarre)
Adriano Vitale
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Chronicles the rise and fall of the woman who eventually became known as Queen Nefertiti.

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peplum | ancient egypt | See All (2) »

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The Fascinating Woman Who Deserted the Pharaoh For the Arms of the Artist Who Made Her Immortal!

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15 January 1964 (USA)  »

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Nefertiti, Queen of the Nile  »

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This is Vincent Price's most unknown movie. See more »

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Amenhopis IV changed his name to Akhenaten after converting to the worship of the Aton, and his capital was Akhet-Aton, not Thebes. See more »

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Referenced in Stump the Stars: Ed Begley vs. Jeanne Crain (1963) See more »

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Fairly entertaining, but nothing all that memorable at the end of the day
30 September 2012 | by See all my reviews

Nefertiti Queen of the Nile is not without its redeeming qualities. The sets are richly coloured and reasonably lavish, there are a few gems in the script, my favourite being "the Nile itself cannot wash away my sins", and there are three good performances; Jeanne Crain, who is the epitome of radiance; Edmund Perdum while not a great performance still has a likability to it; and Vincent Price who is diabolical personified. On the other hand, the costumes did have a weird and somewhat cheap feel, I never did get the sense that I was being transported to ancient Egypt, and the music has some nice moments but forgettable within minutes after the film ending. Apart from a couple of gems, the dialogue is embarrassingly banal, the story lacks any kind of lustre and bite and was sort of ridiculous too and of the characters only the three main ones were defined well, everyone else was stock and just there for the sake of it. In conclusion, neither good or bad, fairly entertaining if you are in a good mood but at the end of the day little more than that, for me that is. 5/10 Bethany Cox


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