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Instead, a cloud of death kills all the firstborn of Egypt, including the child of Rameses and Nefretiri.Angrily, Pharaoh exiles the Hebrews, which begins the Exodus from Egypt.Nefretiri urges him to return to the palace so he may help his people when he becomes pharaoh, to which he agrees after he completes a final task.Moses saves Joshua from death by choking Baka to death while also breaking the latter's neck in the process, telling Joshua that he too is Hebrew. Moses makes his way across the desert to a well in Midian. Moses sees the burning bush on the summit of Mount Sinai and hears the voice of God. Moses comes before Rameses, now pharaoh, to win the slaves' freedom, turning his staff into a cobra.Among the credited actors in the movie still alive are Debra Paget, Fraser C Heston, Mimi Gibson, Eugene Mazzola, Lisa Mitchell, Clint Walker and Joanna Merlin.Pharaoh Rameses I of Egypt orders the death of all firstborn Hebrew males, but Yoshebel saves her infant son by setting him adrift in a basket on the Nile.Moses does not know that the woman is his biological mother, Yoshebel.Moses reforms the treatment of slaves on the project, but Prince Rameses, Moses's adoptive brother, charges him with planning an insurrection.
According to Guinness World Records, in terms of theatrical exhibition it is the seventh most successful film of all-time when the box office gross is adjusted for inflation.
The confession is witnessed by the overseer Dathan. Moses explains that he is not the Deliverer, but would free the slaves if he could. After defending seven sisters from Amalekites, Moses is housed with the girls' father Jethro, a Bedouin sheik, who worships the God of Abraham. Jannes performs the same trick with his staves, but Moses's snake is superior.
Rameses prohibits straw from being provided to the Hebrews to make their bricks. Moses turns the river Nile to blood at a festival of Khnum and brings burning hail down upon Pharaoh's palace.
Moses says he is making his workers more productive.
Rameses wonders if Moses is the man the Hebrews are calling the Deliverer.In 1999, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".