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The Prince of Egypt/Joseph, King of Dreams (1998)

Region: (unknown)
UPC/Barcode: 5051189129230
Released: 1st July 2006
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: (unknown)
Catalogue No: DSA1292
Category: Children's, Animated Feature
Format: DVD / Box Set
The Prince of Egypt/Joseph, King of Dreams (1998) (Box Set) (Deleted)


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Film information

Based on: The Bible

Story: A double bill of animated biblical tales from the Dreamworks stable. 'The Prince of Egypt' is an Oscar-winning animated musical which retells the story of Moses. In ancient Egypt the children of Israel are slaves. An old prophecy states that a saviour will soon be born, and the despotic Pharaoh orders a cull of all the newborn children. An Israelite woman hides her son Moses in a basket and sets it adrift on the Nile. The boy is discovered by the Queen of Egypt and adopted, growing to believe he is the blood-brother of Rameses, the heir to the throne. However, when Moses has a chance encounter with a slave called Miriam, she informs him that he is her brother. Although he does not initially believe her, Moses soon comes to learn his true identity and that his destiny lies in freeing the children of Israel. Whilst 'Joseph, King of Dreams' is the story of Joseph, a boy with the power of precognition within his dreams and features the voices of Mark Hamill and Ben Affleck as Judah and Joseph.

Starring: Val Kilmer (voice), Ralph Fiennes (voice), Michelle Pfeiffer (voice), Sandra Bullock (voice), Ben Affleck (voice), Jeff Goldblum (voice), Mark Hamill (voice), Danny Glover (voice), Patrick Stewart (voice), Helen Mirren (voice), Steven Weber (voice), Steve Martin (voice), Jodi Benson (voice), Maureen McGovern (voice), James Eckhouse (voice), Judith Light (voice), Richard Herd (voice), David Campbell (voice)

Directed by: Brenda Chapman, Rob La Duca, Steve Hickner, Robert C. Ramirez, Simon Wells

Music by: Hans Zimmer, John Joseph Bucchino, Daniel Pelfrey

Produced by: Ken Tsmura, Penny Finkelman Cox, Sandra Rabins

Written by: Eugenia Bostwick-Singer, Marshall Goldberg, Raymond Singer, Joe Stillman

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Studio/distributor: DreamWorks Animation

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