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Micky Moore, Peter Brosnan, and Pat Moore on the Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes
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Pepperdine University Libraries
Micky Moore Collection [digital resource], Pepperdine University Special Collections and University Archives
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Pepperdine University, Special Collections and University Archives
Micky Moore Collection
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Copyright to photographs in this collection, in most cases, is retained by Pepperdine University. Images are intended for educational and research use, and may be used for non-commercial purposes with appropriate attribution. Organizations and individuals seeking to use images for publication must assume all responsibility for identifying and satisfying any claimants of copyright. Such parties should contact Pepperdine University Special Collections and University Archives.
On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of Cecil B. DeMille's "The Ten Commandments" (1923), Micky Moore traveled with his brother Pat Moore to the Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes in California. Archaeologists were excavating the recently exposed set of the film, which had been buried at the location for decades. Pat Moore had played the role of the Pharaoh's son. Filmmaker Peter Brosnan (center) produced a documentary on the site called "The Lost City of Cecil B. DeMille." On reverse: "Guadalupe Dunes. Mike-Peter Brosnan-Pat on dune where 1923 Ten Commandments set stood."
Motion picture producers & directors
Moore, Michael, 1914-2013
Brosnan, Peter
Michael D. (Micky) Moore Papers 0117:
Color photo, 1 p., 4 x 6 inches
Micky Moore Collection
The Lost City of Cecil B. DeMille (2014)
Materials were donated by Tricia Newman and Sandra Kastendiek-Drake, daughters of Michael D. "Micky" Moore, in several installments during 2013.

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