Joseph: King of Dreams

Joseph: King of Dreams is a DreamWorks direct-to-video drama film based on the story of Joseph in chapters 37-50 of the Book of Genesis in the bible. It is a prequel of sorts, to The Prince of Egypt.

Directed by Rob LaDuca and Robert C. Ramirez. Written by Eugenia Bostwick-Singer, Raymond Singer, Joe Stillman, and Marshall Goldberg.


  • I've had enough of this stupid game!
  • You think this is funny? Well, father won't be laughing when he hears... who are you?


  • Because I will not make my father suffer... again.


  • We are family. All of us. If we break apart, we'll have nothing left.
  • Jacob, even God rested on the seventh day. He'll find his future soon enough. Let him be with his brothers.


  • Because you are a miracle child. For you, things are different.


  • [giggling] I don't think you want my aunt seeing you like this... that's better.


Simeon: [referring to Joseph's dream] Yes, who did the wolf get this time?
Joseph: You can laugh, but this time it was about all of YOU.

Judah: Oh, please. You must tell us our future, great Joseph.
Simeon: [sarcastic] Should I be scared?

Joseph: The three vines signify three days. In three days, Pharaoh will bring you back to the place, a free man.
Butler: If only it were true.
Joseph: It is true. And when you're free, tell Pharaoh about my gift. Please, promise me.

Pharaoh: I'm told you only need to hear a dream and you can explain it.
Joseph: Not me, Your Excellency. The explanation comes from God.

Joseph: Will you forgive me, for thinking I was some miracle from God?
Judah: But you are a miracle. God sent you to save our family and all of Egypt. And you did.

Issachar: [when Joseph wants to help with the sheep] Wait, you have to be very careful. You might cut your hands on the soft fur.
Joseph: [playfully] Get away!
[the rest of Joseph's brothers laugh]

Jacob: This is how you take charge? I trusted you to watch after Joseph. But you abandoned my son, *my son!*
Judah: Aren't we your sons too?

Potiphar: You there! Have you cleaned this entire courtyard by yourself?
Joseph: Yes.
Potiphar's Wife: He's a hard worker. [whispering to Potiphar] Maybe we could put him to better use at the banquet hall.
Potiphar: My wife thinks you should work for her. What do you say?
Joseph: I cannot say. A slave is not his own master.
Potiphar: Well said.


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