The Ten Commandments (1956)
Directed by master of epic cinema Cecil B DeMille, The Ten Commandments picks its tale from one of the grandest sources imaginable: the Old Testament. Charlton Heston gets into full bearded, scenery-chewing mode as Moses, leading the Hebrews out of Egyptian slavery, parting the Red Sea and receiving the word of God from the top of Mount Sinai. A staple of Easter Sunday telly, the film can be enjoyed at any time of the year.
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