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Cairo Marriott Hotel is launching a new mini hotel inside the hotel with the Name Eugenie
22 Sep 2009
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Here is the historically accurate Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, the famous book of verse that rocked the world, narrated in a wacky manner that will keep you in stitches!!
28 May 2010
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Here is the wackiest return of Omar Khayyam ever seen in hstory which will keep you laughing till the end!
28 May 2010
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5 stars luxurious hotel in cairo down town by the river nile *******www.cairomarriotthotel****
25 Mar 2009
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7 Jul 2010
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Rubaiyyat-e Khayyam Read by: Bahman Solati
13 Sep 2009
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[Please read] Behold the voluptuous woman: exotically dancing, bathing, sword-fighting, romancing, regally presiding, and pleading as a damsel in distress. You are watching actress Debra Paget in her (dual) role as Princess Shalimar/Taura in the 1954 Fox film PRINCESS OF THE NILE. Dazzling Debra Paget was a gifted, "exotica" actress who performed--with Romantic élan--in a tremendous variety of colorful roles in the 1950s. Debra's talents as an actress and dancer matched her physical beauty as a woman. Among her acting gifts was a rare ability to deliver her spoken lines with the most exquisite and compelling feminine grace. Onscreen, she is always a passionate presence of "banked fires." Whenever Debra Paget speaks, the words are molten. Also appearing in the film: Jeffrey Hunter as "the hero" Prince Haidi; Michael Rennie as "the villain" Rama Khan; Michael Ansara (a staple presence in films of this sort as well as actress Barbara Eden's future husband) as Rama Khan's "partner in crime"; Edgar Barrier as the evil Shaman; and Dona Drake as "queen's maid" (Dona was no stranger to North African roles—see her also in Hope and Crosby's "Road to Morocco"). Debra Paget "returned to Egypt" as Shila in CLEOPATRA'S DAUGHTER, a foreign film released domestically in 1963. Side-note for the curious and demanding: Debra Paget brought her "Nile act" to Vegas in the 1950s. Please refer to my DEBRA PAGET SRO video for some jackpot views. Side-note for the statistical: Debra Paget was Elvis Presley's first leading lady in films, co-starring with him in "Love Me Tender" (1956). If it hasn't occurred by the time you read this: would you like to see PRINCESS OF THE NILE restored and released on DVD? PLEASE--I IMPLORE YOU--petition the studio! E-mail Address: foxmoviesfox**** Paper Mail Address: 20TH CENTURY FOX HOME VIDEO P.O. BOX 900 BEVERLY HILLS, CA 90213-0900 IMPORTANT: Questions or comments are sincerely welcome—but only if they are nice, clean, and comprehendible. If you are a professional and prefer that I delete this video, please contact me and it will promptly be done. PERSONAL NOTE: Debra Paget and PRINCESS OF THE NILE are very dear to me; in fact, together they inspired me to begin producing videos for YouTube in 2008. Debra was a true Hollywood thriller--body, heart, and soul. I think her work is so outstanding and timeless--in PRINCESS and elsewhere--that it deserves constant (re-)discovery by the public. I hope her dramatic appearance in this video has taken your breath away. Privately, you can be sure that Debra is a gracious and grand lady. CONSIDER EXPLORING ALL TWELVE OF MY DEBRA PAGET VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE.
11 Oct 2011
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The clip camel ride to morrocow Part 2 from Road to Morocco (1942) We certainly do get around Like a set of Shakespeare you buy in the drugstore for $1.98. We're Morocco bound Or like a volume of Omar Khayyam that you buy at Christmastime... for your cousin Julia. We're Morocco bound
2 Dec 2011
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Remembering Titanic 95 years later (4/14/1912-4/14/2007) song:NEARER MY GOD TO THEE the verse at the end was taken from the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam. There was a version of this book on the titanic, it is rumored to be encrusted in 1,500 precious stones set in gold The pictures in here are on loan by the titanic instuite, and the ones of the ship at the bottom of the ocean are from ghosts of the abyss. I am well aware the james cameron 1997 movie is a work of historicial fiction I was 8 when I got my first titanic book, it was Robert Ballard's Exploring the Titanic. I was interested at that point and sought out anything to do with Titanic
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The clip camel ride to morrocow Part 2 from Road to Morocco (1942) We certainly do get around Like a set of Shakespeare you buy in the drugstore for $1.98. We're Morocco bound Or like a volume of Omar Khayyam that you buy at Christmastime... for your cousin Julia. We're Morocco bound
20 Feb 2012
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