The Pharaohs' Woman

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The Pharaohs' Woman
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Directed by Victor Tourjansky
Produced by Giorgio Venturini
Written by Remigio Del Grosso
Ugo Liberatore
Story by Virgilio Tosi
Massimo Vitalo
Music by Giovanni Fusco
Cinematography Pier Ludovico Pavoni
Edited by Antonietta Zita
Release date
Running time
87 min.
Country Italy
Language Italian

The Pharaohs' Woman (Italian: La donna dei faraoni) is a 1960 historical period drama film directed by Victor Tourjansky and starring John Drew Barrymore. The film is set in Ancient Egypt during the 31st century BCE (shortly after the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt) and pertains to a love story set against the backdrop of a power struggle between a prince of the former ruling dynasty of Lower Egypt and the new overlords from Upper Egypt. It was the first feature film shot in Techniscope.[1]


  • Lilli Lembo as Mareth

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