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Originally advertised as "Colossal Quo Vadis," this opulent MGM production is far and away the most elaborate of the many versions of Henryk ... Show synopsis

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  • A Visual and Inspiring Masterpiece May 29, 2011
    by JOHANS

    Quo Vadis is latin for: Where are you heading to ? This 1951 Pacesetter in vivid colour had eight Oscar nominations and led the way to all the other Roman (or Sandal & Sword) epics to come. Actors Leo Genn, and Peter Ustinov are simply brilliant and worth seeing onece a year as a change of pace from the usual computer-enhanced, violence-filled movies of today !

  • The Epitome of Epics Oct 17, 2010
    by mehaul

    This is the one all the rest are trying to better. "Ben-Hur" and chariot race? This has that and more: Nero gone mad; the burning of Rome; Chritians and lions; Christians and burning at the stake; hundreds of trumpeters; thousands of extras; authentic costumes; sets; dialogue romance and heartache;betrayal. All the subplot themes are covered The DVD extras present a historical look at how this plays against the rest and gives an indepth chronicling of the twenty odd years it took to get it made. There is a dubbed commentary by a knowledgable film historian. The two disc set has been digitally remastered so the visual quality does not seem like it is from a sixty year old work.

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