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Ben Hur: The Hollywood Legend Comes Alive (2010)

TV Movie  -   -  10 October 2010 (Australia)
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A behind the scenes look at 'Ben Hur: The Stadium Spectacular', featuring Academy Award winner Russell Crowe.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Richard Wilkins ...
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Various Characters
Christophe Héraut ...
Ben Hur
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Adam Abboud ...
Roman Soldier / Slave
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Pirate Neonema
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Pirate Woman
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Himself (as Steve Ada)
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Understudy and Various Characters
Georgia Ebsary ...
Herself
Paul Giardullo ...
Himself
Andrew Guild ...
Himself
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Roman Soldier / Galley Slave / Leper / Ben Hur follower
Tony Jablonski ...
Himself
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Pirate Tavija
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A behind the scenes look at 'Ben Hur: The Stadium Spectacular', featuring Academy Award winner Russell Crowe.

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Bigger than the legend

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AUD 100,000 (estimated)
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"Ben Hur: The Stadium Spectacular" has a backstage requiring 30 fitted dressing rooms, 12 administration offices, 12 phone lines, 600 meals per day and 70 hotel rooms for visiting actors and production personnel. See more »

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