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One Night with the King (10-Oct-2006)

Director: Michael O. Sajbel

Writer: Stephan Blinn

From novel: Hadassah by Tommy Tenney and Mark Andrew Olsen

Music by: J. A. C. Redford

Producers: Matthew Crouch; Laurie Crouch; Richard J. Cook; Stephan Blinn; Lawrence Mortorff

Keywords: Drama, Bible

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Luke Goss
29-Sep-1968   Bros
John Noble
20-Aug-1948   Dr. Walter Bishop on Fringe
Peter O'Toole
2-Aug-1932 14-Dec-2013 Lawrence of Arabia
John Rhys-Davies
5-May-1944   Gimli the dwarf in Lord of the Rings
Omar Sharif
10-Apr-1932 10-Jul-2015 Doctor Zhivago


Tiffany Dupont   ...   Hadassah / Esther
Luke Goss   ...   King Xerxes
John Rhys-Davies   ...   Mordecai
John Noble   ...   Prince Admantha
Tommy "Tiny" Lister   ...   Hagai
James Callis   ...   Haman
Jonah Lotan   ...   Jesse
Peter O'Toole   ...   Samuel the Prophet
Omar Sharif   ...   Prince Memucan
Jyoti Dogra   ...   Queen Vashti
Javen Campbell   ...   Prince Tarshish
Alyy Khan   ...   Prince Shethar
Aslf Basra   ...   Prince Marsena
Denzil Smith   ...   Prince Carshena
Shakeel Khan   ...   Prince Meres
Maj. Bikramjeet Kanwarpal   ...   Eunuch Teresh
Indraaneel   ...   Eunuch Bigthan
Tom Alter   ...   King Saul
Daisy Irani Shukla   ...   Rachel
Princy Shukla   ...   Young Hadassah
Steven Bernstein   ...   Hadassah's Father
Sukesh Sondhi   ...   Hadassah's Mother
Nimrat Kaur   ...   Sarah
Dilshad Patel   ...   Hannah
Surendra Rajan   ...   Priest
Tarina Patel   ...   Zeresh
Amar Talwar   ...   Joseph
Reenu Lalwani   ...   Hand-Maiden
Theron Carmine de Sousa   ...   Saul's Rider
Manuj Bhaskar   ...   Guard -- Saul's Tent
Manek Bedi   ...   Darsh
Suvarchala Narayan   ...   Amelekite Queen
Hinda   ...   Misgath
Aditya Bal   ...   King Agag


Review by anonymous (posted on 31-Jan-2007)

One Night with the king is a historical love story about King Xerxes who over throw his queen and sets on a quest to find a new one. Being summoned to the kingdom, Haddassah, later known as Esther, is chosen to be the queen. Esther goes through an inner struggle as she tries to save her people while saving her own life. Ester risks her life by going to the king without being summoned. I give this movie two thumbs up. Even if you have read the true bible version of the story of Esther, this movie will keep you guessing on whats going to happen next.

Review by vc (posted on 10-Jun-2007)

I love that Esther stood up for her people and was proud of her heritage, as are all of God's people. Luke Goss made a very convincing king. Haman played a convinving enemy of the Jews. The costumes were beautiful, and Mordecai was outstanding. I loved this.

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