The Moon of Israel,' showing at the Coronet, is the screen version of Sir H. Rider Haggard's novel, and it is beyond all question a masterpiece of filming. It is a romance of the highest order, with a beautiful love story woven into the Biblical account of the Israelite's escape from the bondage of Egypt. How a prince threw away his throne for a slave girl and the adventures he met in strange lands are depicted with deftness of touch and a wealth of scenic detail.
South China Morning Post News 1925-03-21
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H. Rider Haggard (novel)
Egypt, circa 1230 BC. Israelites are inslaved, and the jewish girl Merapi falls in love with egyptian prince Seti, son of pharaoh Merneptah., which creates a lot of problems. By the end, Moses leads his people away from Egypt.
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