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    Demetrius and the gladiators

    • Year Released: 1954
    Demetrius and the Gladiators is a 1954 Sword-and-sandal drama film and a sequel to The Robe. It was made by 20th Century Fox, directed by Delmer Daves and produced by Frank Ross. The screenplay was by Philip Dunne based on characters created by Lloyd C. Douglas in The Robe. It starred Victor Mature as Demetrius, a Christian slave made to fight in the Roman arena as a gladiator, and Susan Hayward as Messalina. The cast also included Ernest Borgnine, William Marshall, Michael Rennie, Jay Robinson as depraved emperor Caligula, Debra Paget, a young Anne Bancroft in one of her earlier roles and Julie Newmar as a briefly seen dancing entertainer. The film is in color and Cinemascope. The film begins with a clip from the previous film, showing its central characters Marcellus and Diana going to be martyred for their Christian beliefs on the order of the Emperor Caligula. Before being executed, Diana hands the robe to Marcellus' servant Marcipor, telling him that it is "for the Big Fisherman," meaning Peter, who was a fisherman before being called as an apostle. Peter hands the robe to Demetrius while at the funeral of Marcellus and Diana before leaving on a journey to live in 'the north'.
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    The greatest show on earth

    • Year Released: 1952
    The Greatest Show on Earth is a 1952 drama film set in the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus and starring Betty Hutton, Cornel Wilde, and Charlton Heston. The film was produced, directed, and narrated by Cecil B. DeMille, and won the Academy Award for Best Picture. Its storyline is supported by lavish production values, actual circus acts, and documentary, behind-the-rings looks at the massive logistics effort which made big top circuses possible. The film stars Hutton and Wilde as trapeze artists competing for the center ring, and Heston as the circus manager running the show. James Stewart also stars as a mysterious clown who never removes his make-up, even between shows, while Dorothy Lamour and Gloria Grahame play supporting roles. In addition to the film actors, the real Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's Circus' 1951 troupe appears in the film, with its complement of 1400 people, hundreds of animals, and 60 carloads of equipment and tents. The actors learned their respective circus roles and participated in the acts. Adjusted for inflation, the film's box office is among the highest-grossing films in the United States and Canada. A television series, also called The
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    World without end

    • Year Released: 1956
    World Without End is the title of a science fiction B-movie, released in 1956 by Allied Artists. The first science fiction thriller in CinemaScope, it starred Hugh Marlowe, Rod Taylor, Nancy Gates, Christopher Dark, and Nelson Leigh and was directed by Edward Bernds. This film marked an early 'big-screen' performance of Rod Taylor. The Australian-born actor would soon make his mark in science fiction film history, portraying another time traveler in the George Pal production of The Time Machine. This film chronicles the exploits of four astronauts, whose 1957 spaceship accidentally travels at incredible velocities as they return from a trip circling Mars. They are knocked unconscious, and land on a snow-peaked mountain. They venture out, and discover that they have become victims of time dilation and are now in Earth's future. They theorize, from seeing mass numbers of time-worn graves and after having had their ship's instruments register residual radiation across the planet, that humanity has been largely destroyed by a devastating atomic war in 2188 and that they are at least 200 years after that (they later learn the year is actually 2508). One of the four astronauts, Henry
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