The Princess of the Nile (movie, 1954)

The Princess of the Nile ( Princess of the Nile ) is a film American directed by Harmon Jones and released in 1954 .

Synopsis

In 1240, accompanied by his comrade in arms, Prince Haldi went to carry to his father, the Caliph of Baghdad, the news of his victory in Egypt. He then stops at Helwan, a city dominated by Rama Khan, chief of the Bedouins, where his companion is assassinated and where the princess Shalimar, at night, takes the identity of the dancer Taura, in order to organize the actions of resistance against the tyrant.

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Technical sheet

  • Title: The Princess of the Nile
  • Original title: Princess of the Nile
  • Director: Harmon Jones
  • Producer: Robert L. Jacks
  • Production Companies: Panoramic Productions
  • Distribution Company: Twentieth Century Fox
  • Scenario: Gerald Drayson Adams
  • Music: Lionel Newman (uncredited)
  • Director of Photography: Lloyd Ahern
  • Editing: George A. Gittens
  • Artistic direction: Addison Hehr
  • Set decorator: Chester L. Bayhi
  • Costumes: Travilla
  • Country of origin: United States
  • Language: English
  • Format: color ( Technicolor ) – 35 mm – Mono (Western Electric Recording)
  • Genre: Adventure Movie
  • Duration: 71 minutes
  • Release date: United States   New York

Distribution

  • Debra Paget : Princess Shalimar / Taura
  • Jeffrey Hunter : Prince Haidi
  • Michael Rennie : Rama Khan
  • Dona Drake : Mirva
  • Michael Ansara : Captain Kral
  • Edgar Barrier : Shaman
  • Wally Cassell : Goghi
  • Jack Elam : Basra
  • Lisa Daniels : Servant
  • Phyllis Winger : Servant
  • Merry Anders : Servant
  • Honey Bruce Friedman : Servant
  • Suzanne Alexander : Servant
  • Genice Grayson : Servant
  • Jeanne Vaughn : Servant

Uncredited Actors:

  • Billy Curtis : Tut
  • Dayton Lummis : Prince Shamin
  • Lee Van Cleef : Hakar

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