The Prince of Egypt

The Prince of Egypt

Director: Brenda Chapman, Stephen Hickner, Simon Wells Cast: Val Kilmer
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The Prince of Egypt

This widescreen anamorphic (1.85:1) DVD adaptation of the animated film comes with a commentary by the directors, a technical effects reel, a multi-image segment of the chariot race scene, an art slide show, a "making of" featurette, a clip of the song "When You Believe," theatrical trailers, production notes, and closed-captioning. Audio options are confined to Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround in English. Picture quality is sharp and clear and brings out the animations effectively; sound quality is resonant, with excellent surround effects and deep bass. The production notes are in the two-page glossy booklet inside the DVD case front cover, which also includes a chapter index.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/17/2000
UPC: 0667068466720
Original Release: 1998
Rating: PG
Source: Dreamworks Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital, DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound]
Time: 1:39:00

Special Features

Audio commentary with directors Brenda Chapman, Steve Hickner, and Simon Wells; "The Making of the Prince of Egypt"; "When You Believe" multi-language presentation; Basics of animation: "Chariot Race"; Focus on technical effects; "The Prince of Egypt" art gallery; Two theatrical trailers; Cast and filmmakers' bios; Production notes; Sneak preview

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Val Kilmer Moses / God
Ralph Fiennes Rameses
Michelle Pfeiffer Tzipporah
Sandra Bullock Miriam
Jeff Goldblum Aaron
Danny Glover Jethro
Patrick Stewart Pharaoh Seti
Helen Mirren The Queen
Steve Martin Hotep
Martin Short Huy
Natalie Portman Additional voice [uncredited]

Technical Credits
Brenda Chapman Director
Stephen Hickner Director
Simon Wells Director
Kathy Altieri Art Director
Lon E. Bender Sound/Sound Designer
Richard Chavez Art Director
Penney Finkelman Cox Producer
Leslee Feldman Casting
Darek Gogol Production Designer
Jeffrey Katzenberg Executive Producer
Kelly Kimball Costumes/Costume Designer
Philip Lazebnik Screenwriter
Don Paul Special Effects Supervisor
Dan Philips Special Effects Supervisor
Sandra Rabins Producer
Ron Rocha Associate Producer
Stephen Schwartz Songwriter
Wylie Stateman Sound/Sound Designer
Hans Zimmer Score Composer

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Index
1. Deliver Us (Main Title) [4:14]
2. The River [3:59]
3. Chariot Race [2:54]
4. One Weak Link [2:25]
5. Rameses' Hiding Place [1:25]
6. Desert Flower [4:00]
7. You Are Our Brother [3:19]
8. All I Ever Wanted [2:01]
9. Hieroglyph Nightmare [1:32]
10. Sacrifice [1:45]
11. This Is Your Home [1:33]
12. Slavery [4:01]
13. The Sand Storm [4:07]
14. Through Heaven's Eyes [4:45]
15. Burning Bush [5:44]
16. The Mission [2:57]
17. Let My People Go [2:52]
18. Playing with the Big Boys [3:13]
19. Ramses vs. Moses [2:27]
20. Nile of Blood [4:29]
21. Plagues [1:16]
22. Ultimatum [3:02]
23. Death of the Firstborn [4:02]
24. When You Believe [4:40]
25. Parting of the Red Sea [5:26]
26. The Closing of the Red Sea [3:43]
27. Goodbye Brother [3:05]
28. End Credits [2:19]

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The Prince of Egypt 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
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i loved this movie, it is by far my favorite for people who are religous or non-religous
Guest More than 1 year ago
DreamWorks researched this animated film extensively before putting it onto film and the result is a “fairly” accurate attempt to retell the story of Moses (voiced by Val Kilmer) who was sent by God of the Hebrews to deliver His people from the bondage of slavery under Pharaoh. What’s different in this film is that it focuses on the relationship between Moses and Ramses (voiced by Ralf Fiennes), who grew up loving each other as brothers only to face each other later in life as enemies. Parents and kids alike should enjoy this entertaining and visually breathtaking film. G- (uh, well it’s G. Enjoy it.)
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This movie is, without comparison, one of the best movies of my time. This movie is so heart wrenchingly amazing and beautiful that it actually helped my atheistic friend realize the beauty and emotion that she missed from having religion. A Movie Going MASTERPIECE!!! 2 Thumbs up! I encourage all, young and old, religious or not, to allow this film into your heart. It is guaranteed to become an automatic favorite.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is by far the closest to the real story in Exodus. I loved how clearly it shows God, using Moses, helps His people.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was amazing. My teacher showed it to me after we studied egypt and it all mader sense. The music was the best part.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If there was ever to be a movie about Moses, this would have to be it. With a great musical component, the Prince of Egypt will keep both those young and old enthraled in Moses' journey from being the adopted son of Pharoah, to his time in the desert, and to his final attempts to free the Hebrews from slavery in Egypt.
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It is a great-condensed version of the Ten Commandments with great animation!
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