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World Without End (1956) was a Adventure - Romance Film directed by Edward Bernds .

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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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John Borden: You mean that one-eyed monster we buried back at the camp is the heir to ten thousand years of human progress?


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Director Bernds reused the motorized spiders in "Queen of Outer Space" and "Valley of the Dragons."
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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