Egypt by Three is a 1953 feature film directed by Victor Stoloff. In line with the title, the movie was written by a three person team, including Fred Freiberger, Joseph Morham and Lou Morheim. The movie is an anthology of three plots that all take place around the Nile. A third of the movie involves a medical team, led by an American doctor (Charles Fawcett), who tries to cure and prevent a sickness that is plaguing the Bedouin nomads. Another third of the movie is a straightforward Hollywood romance that also takes place in Egypt. The last third of the movie is about a group of American thieves who go to Egypt to try and steal jewels, only to get stuck in a Coptic town. The entire film is narrated by Joseph Cotton. It also includes impressive photography by Nicholas Hayer, showing what life was like in Egypt in the 1950s.