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Mar 9, 2021

[Answer] Which movie set was buried underground for nearly a century?

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...1. "Lawrence of Arabia" 2. "The Wizard of Oz" 3. "The Ten Commandments" 4. "Gone with the Wind"




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"The Ten Commandments" - Deep beneath the Californian sand lies an Egyptian sphinx. But not a stone sphinx — a sphinx made entirely of Plaster of Paris. The notoriously over-the-top director for “The Ten Commandments” (1923), Cecil B. DeMille, had 21 sphinxes built out of Plaster of Paris for the movie set. Once the film was finished production, the sphinxes were buried underground. In 2017, they were unearthed by archeologists, including an intact 300-pound head. The executive director of the Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes Center, Doug Jenzen, noted how remarkable it was that these objects were built to last for two months but withstood the test of time, stating “It really speaks to the craftsmanship and the level of skill that the artisans could build.”:


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