The Thief of Bagdad (1924 film)

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The Thief of Bagdad is a 1924 film about an Arabian thief who sets out on a magical adventure to win a beautiful princess.

Directed by Raoul Walsh. Written by Achmed Abdullah.

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Ahmed: I am not a prince. I am less than the slave who serves you-a wretched outcast-a thief. What I wanted, I took. I wanted you-I tried to take you-But when I held you in my arms-the very world did change. The evil within me died. I can bear a thousand tortures, endure a thousand deaths-but not thy tears.
Guard: This Arab Prince is but a thief. Seek him out!
The Princess: Quick! Hide thyself. If thou art found with me, they will be merciless. I love you.

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