The Robe (1953) was a Drama - Epic Film directed by Henry Koster and produced by Frank Ross.
Academy Awards 1953 --- Ceremony Number 26 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Actor||Richard Burton||Nominated|
|Best Art Direction||Art Direction: Lyle Wheeler, George W. Davis; Set Decoration: Walter M. Scott, Paul S. Fox||Won|
|Best Cinematography||Leon Shamroy||Nominated|
|Best Costume Design||Charles LeMaire, Emile Santiago||Won|
|Best Picture||Frank Ross, Producer||Nominated|
People you probably didn’t know were in The RobeBy Tom on Sep 11, 2014 From The Old Movie House
Habits, we all have them. Sometimes it’s watching a particular film at Christmas time. Or maybe it’s watching a certain number of films at Easter. For me I’ve watched The Ten Commandments every year since I was 12. Sometimes it was with beer and pizza, but most of the time it was ... Read full article
The RobeBy Alyson on Apr 26, 2011 From The Best Picture Project
The Robe in an epic set in ancientRomein the time of Christ. Marcellus Gallio (Richard Burton) is a Roman military tribune who is in charge of the men crucifying Jesus. While he and other Romans are gambling and drinking behind the cross, a red robe worn by Jesus is wagered and won by Marcellus. ... Read full article
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Diana: Are you still ill?
Marcellus Gallio: No, I'm well. Really well, for the first time in my life.
Emperor Tiberius: Tell me, what was your impression of Pilate?
Marcellus Gallio: It's not my place to...
Emperor Tiberius: I'm asking you. Did you find him capable?
Marcellus Gallio: Yes sire, he's considered a good administrator.
Emperor Tiberius: Stern, as befits a Roman governor?
Marcellus Gallio: I'm sure of that, sire.
Emperor Tiberius: Just?
Marcellus Gallio: I - I can't say.
Emperor Tiberius: Why not? Surely you can give me some sort of an answer? Tell me, tribune - what happened out there?
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The second movie made in CinemaScope, but the first to be released (Sept. 16, 1953). The first film to be made in CinemaScope was How to Marry a Millionaire and was released Nov. 4, 1953.
This film contains approximately 517 transitions (edits, dissolves etc) in about 131 minutes of action. This equates to an average shot length of about 15 seconds.
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