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Scott Eyman: Because it's a handcrafted movie with a very specific political, moral, and social message, there is no comparison in terms of the emotional and artistic impact.

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Cecilia DeMille Presley: The movie is timeless because the story is timeless. Whether you are religious or not religious, it doesn't make any difference. The story is a real story about an incredible man.

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Scott Eyman: "The Ten Commandments" is the culmination of DeMille. It's the movie he'd been moving slowly towards throughout his career.

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Cecilia DeMille Presley: One of the most important things to DeMille was his audience; he respected them.

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James D'Arc: In so many ways, Cecil B. DeMille was "the real McCoy" and probably the best representative and best champion of the motion picture industry that there was.

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Lisa Mitchell: He was making Bible stories real. He was taking my Sunday School lessons and putting faces and emotions to them.

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Charlton Heston: Mr. DeMille - he was an extraordinary man to work for.

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Katherine Orrison: DeMille used to say, "This is a movie that is going to live beyond me and you and everyone else. This is a movie that is going to be seen all over the world, and it's universal."

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Fraser C. Heston: "The Ten Commandments" became the quintessential epic film and the quintessential C.B. DeMille film. When you think C.B. DeMille, you think "The Ten Commandments." He got to make it twice after all.

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