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The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965)

  • Drama History
  • From his birth in Bethlehem to his death and eventual resurrection, the life of Jesus Christ is given the all-star treatment in this epic retelling. Major aspects of Christ's life are touched upon, including the execution of all the newborn males in Egypt by King Herod; Christ's baptism by John the Baptist; and the betrayal by Judas after the Last Supper that eventually leads to Christ's crucifixion and miraculous return.

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    Release: The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) BRRip Oldies Dual-Áudio
    Title in Brazil: A Maior História de Todos os Tempos
    Uploader: labok
    Size: 1,52 GB
    Genre: Biography / Adventure
    Linguage: English
    Audio: English / Pt Br
    Runtime: 260 mins
    Format: MKV
    Resolução:1280 x 466
    Video Codec: H264
    Subtittles: Pt Br legendas.tv
    Audio Codec: AAC
    Taxa de Biltrate: Kbps
    IMDB Rating: 6,6 (awaitin 8.939 users)
    IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0059245/
    Directed By: George Stevens


    Max von Sydow ... Jesus
    Michael Anderson Jr. ... James the Younger
    Carroll Baker ... Veronica
    Ina Balin ... Martha of Bethany
    Victor Buono ... Sorak
    Richard Conte ... Barabbas
    Joanna Dunham ... Mary Magdalene
    José Ferrer ... Herod Antipas
    Van Heflin ... Bar Amand
    Charlton Heston ... John the Baptist
    Martin Landau ... Caiaphas
    Angela Lansbury ... Claudia
    Pat Boone ... Angel at the Tomb
    Janet Margolin ... Mary of Bethany
    David McCallum ... Judas Iscariot
    Roddy McDowall ... Matthew
    Dorothy McGuire ... The Virgin Mary
    Sal Mineo ... Uriah
    Nehemiah Persoff ... Shemiah
    Donald Pleasence ... The Dark Hermit - Satan
    Sidney Poitier ... Simon of Cyrene
    Claude Rains ... King Herod
    Gary Raymond ... Peter
    Telly Savalas ... Pontius Pilate
    Joseph Schildkraut ... Nicodemus
    Paul Stewart ... Questor
    John Wayne ... Centurion at Crucifixion
    Shelley Winters ... Woman Who Is Healed
    Ed Wynn ... Old Aram
    John Abbott ... Aben
    Rodolfo Acosta ... Captain of Lancers
    Michael Ansara ... Herod's Commander
    Robert Blake ... Simon the Zealot
    Burt Brinckerhoff ... Andrew
    Robert Busch ... Emissary
    John Considine ... John
    Philip Coolidge ... Chuza
    John Crawford ... Alexander
    Frank DeKova ... Tormentor
    Cyril Delevanti ... Melchior
    Jamie Farr ... Thaddaeus
    David Hedison ... Philip
    Russell Johnson ... Scribe
    Mark Lenard ... Balthazar
    Robert Loggia ... Joseph
    John Lupton ... Speaker of Capernaum
    Peter Mann ... Nathanael
    Tom Reese ... Thomas
    Marian Seldes ... Herodias
    David Sheiner ... James the Elder
    Frank Silvera ... Caspar
    Joseph Sirola ... Dumah
    Abraham Sofaer ... Joseph of Arimathaea
    Harold J. Stone ... Gen. Varus
    Chet Stratton ... Theophilus
    Michael Tolan ... Lazarus


    "My God, My God, why hast thou forsaken Me?" It is towards this climactic crossroads that the story of Jesus of Nazareth leads, and to which, at the final moment, it again looks back in triumphant retrospect. It is the anguishing crossroads where the eternal questions of faith and doubt become resolved.

    Sinopse Pt Br:

    Um filme magnífico, tratado com reverência, percepção artística e admirável comando (New York Daily News), este glorioso épido é uma diversão inspiradora sobre a vida de Jesus de Nazaré, desde Seu humilde nascimento, sues pregações, até Sua Crucificação e Ressurreição. Produzido com grandiosidade ao custo de US$ 20 milhões - uma quantia imensa na época - e com 5 indicações ao Oscar em 1965, este filme excepcional é absolutamente lindo. Agora completamente restaurado à sua qualidade cinematográfica com intervalo e abertura, esta é realmente A Maior História de Todos os Tempos

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    *Repent!* Sue me, but I like it plenty, all 3 hours plus of ass numbing is not a problem to me. It has been called a cumbersome bore, amongst other things, but some of the technical craft is amazing. The story itself is enthralling, building to the shattering Crucifixion parts of the tale, while for every pointless star cameo shoehorned into the production, there's also a Savalas, a Baker and a Heston. Then of course there's Sydow, giving a beautifully intense turn as Jesus, a magnetic portrayal that holds the attention throughout. Ironically director George Stevens struggled with his own ills during production, a cross to bear as it were, but just as Jesus had Sidney Poitier to share the burden, so to did Stevens, who had David Lean to help carry the load. Now that's a deity if ever there was one. It's a gorgeous film, grand and epic, sensitive and astute. Flaws? Plenty for sure, yet it harks back to a time of blunderbuss epic film making, when story telling meant something, when a musical score rattled the ears and the heart, and when cinematography soothed the eyes as if cool lemon slices had been placed upon the optical nerves. Yeah, I'm a fan. If you are not then I forgive you, for you know not what you do. 7/10



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