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Queen of Sheba goes on a secret business trip to meet king Solomon.

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Robert M. Young

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Ronni Kern
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Cast

Credited cast:
Halle Berry ... Nikhaule / Queen Sheba
Miquel Brown Miquel Brown ... House Keeper
Norman Buckley ... Israelite #1
Ali Cherkaoui ... The Scribe
Kenneth Colley ... Nathan
Paul Costello Paul Costello ... Israelite #2
Ottaviano Dell'Acqua ... Hanani
Laura Fuino Laura Fuino ... 2nd Prostitute
Nickolas Grace Nickolas Grace ... Jeroboam
Bruce Lidington Bruce Lidington ... Benidiah
Claudio Pacifico ... Rohan
David John Pope David John Pope ... Envoy
Hugh Quarshie ... Nikaule's Father
Chapman Roberts Chapman Roberts ... King Yusef
Ruben Santiago-Hudson ... Tamrin
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Queen of Sheba goes on a secret business trip to meet king Solomon.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 February 1995 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Salamon és Sába királynője See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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"Solomon & Sheba" is one of the two 1995 Biblical TV movies produced by Showtime and Dino De Laurentiis and directed by Robert M. Young, the other one being Slave of Dreams (1995). Both films were shot in 1994 in Morocco. See more »

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Version of Haring Solomon at Reyna Sheba (1952) See more »

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Good for a laugh on a rainy day
30 June 2007 | by lotsofwordzSee all my reviews

One of the most hilariously dreadful films I have seen in a very long time. The acting is wooden beyond belief, but then - there is a very little for the actors (well, I call them actors ...) to work on. The dialogue is silly: when a conspirator tries to suck up to Sheba, he says "You and I have much more in common than you may realise; you are very beautiful". The plot is absurd, too. We get two royals riding huge distances in the desert (she is not even wearing a hat), with about half a dozen attendants each. Realistic or what? Sheba even gets to lead her own horse to water when they reach an oasis: I suppose the budget didn't stretch to servants and other such inessential items. Or maybe the research department fell down on the job. Be that as it may, I spilled my coffee laughing. But I can't pretend I tried to follow the storyline, as I kept missing bits when they spoke too softly while I was laughing. Berry in particular, needs to learn to enunciate and project her lines.


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