This celebrity goo was created by player Kelly Lee.
Scott Hardie provided the source image, gooed image, category, and difficulty, wrote the clue, and wrote the explanation.

publication date: Monday, June 4, 2001 (part of Round XIV)

category: Movies

clue: He finally let Moses's people go. Who's the king?

explanation: Brynner's most famous role was as the King in "The King & I," both on stage and in movies. He was also famous for playing Pharoah Rameses in "The Ten Commandments," in which he finally did release the Jews into Moses's custody. more…

solved by: Denise Sawicki, Mike Eberhart, David Mitzman, Edward Tegge, Jeff Flom, Brannan Conrad, and Dave Craig

player landmarks: This was the last goo solved by Dave Craig.

trivia: This goo was part of Round Fourteen, in which each goo was selected by a player. This goo was chosen by Kelly Lee, who Scott had asked to submit a "king" goo on behalf of the round. Ironically, she chose a "king" that Scott had already created almost two years earlier, one that was waiting its turn to be used in the game.

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