Pharaoh was a 1937 movie directed by Z. B. Collingwood and starring Lois Manson as Nefertiti. The film was remade by Jorge Jackson in 2008, with Eda Brooks in the starring role.


Not much is known about the film, besides that it is about Nefertiti.

Toward the end of production, Lois Manson was fatally bitten by a snake while filming. After the film was released, Collingwood had the set bulldozed over, hiding away the footage of Manson's death and Nefertiti's Jewel of Karnak, which was used in the film.


Lights, Camera, Curses!

In 2008, the film is being remade with Eda Brooks as Nefertiti. Accidents plague the production of the film, causing many to believe that there's a curse upon the set, and bringing Nancy Drew to the set to investigate. It turned out that the financier, Arthur Hitchens, was responsible for the accidents to spread publicity and Eda was feeding the black cat prowling around.

Depending on what ending the player gets in Lights, Camera, Curses!, the film is either a flop or a huge success, all hinging on whether or not the Jewel of Karnak is found. The film is produced by Molly McKenna and directed by Jorge Jackson.

Warnings at Waverly Academy

A DVD of Pharaoh can be seen on the table in the rec room.

Secrets Can Kill Remastered

A poster for the film remake can be seen.

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