World Without End (1956) was a Adventure - Romance Film directed by Edward Bernds .
Warner Archive Blu-ray: Sci-fi in Cinemascope, World Without End (1956)By KC on May 16, 2017 From Classic Movies
Word Without End (1956) is an essentially unremarkable 50s sci-fi flick made more interesting by a few elements of its production, cast and design. Now available on Blu-ray from Warner Archive, it is a good-looking film that plays it straight, though there are some unavoidably campy aspects to it. ... Read full article
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Director Edward Bernds sought first Sterling Hayden and then Frank Lovejoy. Producer Richard Heermance eventually hired Hugh Marlowe, who asked for only a quarter of the other actors' salaries. According to Bernds, Marlowe was often lazy and unprepared.
The title is derived from the modern Anglican version of a Catholic devotional doxology: "Glory to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit; as it was in the beginning is now and ever shall be, world without end. Amen."
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