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He Walks in Beauty: The George Stevens Production 'The Greatest Story Ever Told' (2001)



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Frank I. Davis ...
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Ann Del Valle ...
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John Del Valle ...
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Robert Gottschalk ...
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Harold F. Kress ...
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Carl Sandburg ...
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John Veitch ...
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Antonio Vellani ...
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This documentary is featured on the 2-Disc Special Edition DVD for The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965). See more »


Edited from George Stevens: A Filmmaker's Journey (1984) See more »

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2 August 2002 | by See all my reviews

The Greatest Story Ever Told is one of my favourite films, and also one of the most critically underrated. I saw it first in 1965 at the Casino Cinerama cinema in London. Being a Christian I was deeply moved, especially by Max Von Sydow as Jesus. Since then I have three separate video versions. I am eager to discover the 240 minute version. But I see that the DVD, containing the documentary "He Walks in Beauty" has no UK release dates, which is very unfair since I suspect there is a core of fans in England who like me love admire and respect the film and what the great director George Stevens was trying to do. As Max Von Sydow said: "No film like this can please everybody so in a sense it was a failure, but it was a very beautiful and a very moving failure."

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