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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Quo Vadis (1951) On Blu-ray

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Quick Overview

Actor:           Robert Taylor, Deborah Kerr, Peter Ustinov, Leo Genn, Patricia Laffan
Director:     Mervyn LeRoy
Genre:          Drama
Year:             1951
Studio:          Warner Home Video
Length :        171
Released:    March 17, 2009
Rating:         Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:        Blu- Ray
Misc:           
Color
Language:   English
Subtitles:    N/A






DESCRIPTION:


Robert Taylor plays Marcus Vinicius, commander of Rome's 14th Legion and in love with Lygia (Deborah Kerr), a member of the Christian sect accused of undermining Roman values. Peter Ustinov, wrapped in purple-robed petulance, is the all-powerful Nero. The destinies of these three and of the Empire play out in a tale whose visual highlights include the parade of triumphant legions, the burning of Rome and the martyrdom of Christmas before cheering, bread-and-circus throngs.






Special Features




Behind the Story
Commentary by F. X. Feeney - Filmmaker/Writer Feeney explores the genesis of one of MGM's most glorious, grand-scale productions, a movie that took nearly twenty years to make and the one that helped launch the age of the 50s Hollywood epic blockbusters.
In the Beginning: Quo Vadis and the Genesis of the Biblical Epic - Although filmmakers have always found inspiration in the Bible, no one ever quite made a movie like Quo Vadis, the definitive Roman spectacle and the production that launched the 50s into an arena of mega-blockbuster epics. This documentary walks the road as long and complex as the film itself, from its roots as a Nobel Peace Prize-winning bestseller to its various ground-breaking adaptations to its place as the most daring and lavish film that MGM, and Louis B. Mayer, dared to undertake.
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Actor:           Robert Taylor, Deborah Kerr, Peter Ustinov, Leo Genn, Patricia Laffan
Director:     Mervyn LeRoy
Genre:          Drama
Year:             1951
Studio:          Warner Home Video
Length :        171
Released:    March 17, 2009
Rating:         Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:        Blu- Ray
Misc:           
Color
Language:   English
Subtitles:    N/A


DESCRIPTION:

Robert Taylor plays Marcus Vinicius, commander of Rome's 14th Legion and in love with Lygia (Deborah Kerr), a member of the Christian sect accused of undermining Roman values. Peter Ustinov, wrapped in purple-robed petulance, is the all-powerful Nero. The destinies of these three and of the Empire play out in a tale whose visual highlights include the parade of triumphant legions, the burning of Rome and the martyrdom of Christmas before cheering, bread-and-circus throngs.


Special Features

Behind the Story
Commentary by F. X. Feeney - Filmmaker/Writer Feeney explores the genesis of one of MGM's most glorious, grand-scale productions, a movie that took nearly twenty years to make and the one that helped launch the age of the 50s Hollywood epic blockbusters.
In the Beginning: Quo Vadis and the Genesis of the Biblical Epic - Although filmmakers have always found inspiration in the Bible, no one ever quite made a movie like Quo Vadis, the definitive Roman spectacle and the production that launched the 50s into an arena of mega-blockbuster epics. This documentary walks the road as long and complex as the film itself, from its roots as a Nobel Peace Prize-winning bestseller to its various ground-breaking adaptations to its place as the most daring and lavish film that MGM, and Louis B. Mayer, dared to undertake.
Theatrical Trailer
Teaser Trailer


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