The Ten Commandments (1956)
Douglass Dumbrille: Jannes
Rameses : [to Nefretiri] Did you lose your head, my sweet?
Sethi : [to Rameses] I sent you to Goshen to bring me the head of the jackal who would free the slaves. Where is it?
Rameses : The slaves do not need a deliver now. They have Moses.
Nefretiri : Is that a riddle?
Rameses : [to Sethi] He gives them the priests' grain and one day in seven to rest. They call it "The Day of Moses."
[as if it is a holiday]
Jannes : This man makes himself a god.
Nefretiri : I prefer him as a man.
Rameses : You would prefer him as Pharaoh.
Nefretiri : Are you afraid of Moses?
Rameses : Yes, because now he holds Ethiopia in his left hand, Goshen in right, and you, my Pharaoh, are in-between them.
Sethi : Do you imply that he would raise the slaves against me? I've been his father.
Jannes : Ambition knows no father.
Nefretiri : Moses could no more betray you than I could, Sethi.
Sethi : He can tell me that when he arrives.
Rameses : He will not be here, my father.
Sethi : What? I sent for both of you.
Rameses : His word is that he cannot attend you, being pressed by other matters.
Sethi : [to Nefretiri] Did you hear that? Other matters?
[Sethi spoke as in an a shout of anger, or shock]
Sethi : [Sethi then gets up and clangs a gong, for an Egyptian servant, immediately a servent appears] My escort. I will ride with you, my son, to see what rears itself in Goshen... a city or treason.