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245 04 The king of kings|h[(DVD) videorecording] /|cJanus Films ;
       Cecil B. DeMille [presents] ; Pathé Exchange, Inc. ; by 
       Jeanie Macpherson.  Cecil B. DeMille [presents] ; a Keith 
       T. Smith Modern Sound Pictures Incorporated release ; 
       Pathé Exchange, Inc. ; Cinema Corp. of America. 
246 1  |iTitle on disc label and container:|aCecil B. DeMille's 
       The king of kings 
264  1 [Irvington, N.Y.] :|bCriterion Collection,|c[2004] 
264  4 |c©2004 
300    2 videodiscs (267 min.) :|bsil., black and white and color
       (restored tinting) ;|c4 3/4 in. +|e1 booklet ([40] pages :
       color illustrations ; 19 cm) 
336    two-dimensional moving image|btdi|2rdacontent 
337    video|bv|2rdamedia 
338    videodisc|bvd|2rdacarrier 
490 1  The Criterion collection ;|v266 
500    Disc 1 special features include: Opening night [text 
       feature]; Original program [slide show]; Press book [slide
       show]; Blessings from the clergy [text feature]; Trailers 
       (3 min.); The score [optional audio/music track].  Disc 2 
       special features include: Scenes from the making of "The 
       king of kings" (13 min.); Stills gallery [slide show]; 
       Sketches by Dan Sayre Groesbeck [slide show]; Portraits by
       W. M. Mortensen; Original 1928 score by Hugo Reisenfeld 
       [optional audio/music track]; Alternate 2004 score by 
       Timothy J. Tikker [optional audio/music track].  Booklet 
       includes essays "Showman of piety" by Peter Matthews, "The
       King of Kings" by Robert S. Birchard, "Hollywood moves to 
       the Holy Land" by Grace Kingsley (1927), "The screen as a 
       religious teacher" by Cecil B. DeMille (1927). 
505 00 |gDisc one: 1927|tLogos/Opening titles -- Prologue -- 
       House of Mary Magdalene -- "Take me to Him" -- Jesus the 
       great physician -- Seven deadly sins -- House of Caiaphas 
       -- Judas fails to heal -- "Follow me, Matthew" -- "Suffer 
       little children" -- Tomb of Lazarus -- Adulteress -- At 
       the temple -- Den of thieves -- "He is our king" -- Thirty
       pieces of silver -- Last supper -- Garden of Gethsemane --
       Peter denies Jesus -- Hall of judgment -- Crown of thorns 
       -- "Crucify him!" -- Way of the cross -- Calvary -- God's 
       wrath -- Resurrection -- Color bars|g(155 min.). 
505 00 |gDisc two: 1928|tLogos/Opening titles -- House of Mary 
       Magdalene -- "Take me to Him" -- Jesus the great physician
       -- Seven deadly sins -- House of Caiaphas -- Adulteress --
       At the temple -- "Suffer little children" -- Tomb of 
       Lazarus -- Den of thieves -- "He is our king" -- Thirty 
       pieces of silver -- Last supper -- Garden of Gethsemane --
       Hall of judgment -- Crown of thorns -- "Crucify him!" -- 
       Way of the cross -- Calvary -- God's wrath -- Resurrection
       -- Color bars|g(112 min.). 
508    1928: Music score by Hugo Reisenfeld. 
511 1  H.B. Warner (Jesus, the Christ), Dorothy Cumming (Mary, 
       the mother), Jacqueline Logan (Mary Magdalene), Rudolph 
       Schildkraut (Caiaphas), Sam De Grasse (The Pharisee), 
       Kenneth Thomson (Lazarus), Ernest Torrence (Peter), Joseph
       Schildkraut (Judas Iscariot), James Neill (James, brother 
       of John), Joseph Striker (John, the beloved), Robert 
       Edeson (Matthew, the publican), Sidney D'Albrook (Thomas, 
       the doubter), David Imboden (Andrew, a fisherman), Charles
       Belcher (Philip), Clayton Packard (Bartholomew), Robert 
       Ellsworth (Simon, the zealot), Charles Requa (James The 
       Lesser), John T. Prince (Thaddeus), Victor Varconi 
       (Pontius Pilate), Majel Coleman (Proculla), Montagu Love 
       (Roman Centurion), George Siegmann (Barabbas). 
520    Cecil B DeMille made movies for and of the masses, 
       highlighting myths, mystery, and oversized stories.  He 
       excelled in the telling of the ultimate legends carved out
       of the Bible.  The simple, straightforward saga of the 
       last days of Christ's life is told in "The King of Kings."
       Told with DeMille's trademark opulent sets, incredible 
       effects, and a cast of thousands, it is carefully crafted,
       flawless film making filled with as much meaning and 
       message as possible.  In 1927, working with the biggest 
       budget in the history of Hollywood, DeMille spun the life 
       of Christ into one of the highest-grossing, artistically 
       executed films of all time. 
521 8  Not rated. 
538    DVD; Dolby Digital stereo, Dolby Digital mono; presented 
       in original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.33:1; new 
       restored digital transfers. 
546    Silent with English intertitles, optional score. 
600 00 Jesus Christ|vDrama. 
600 00 Jesus Christ|xMiracles|vDrama. 
600 00 Jesus Christ|xTeachings|vDrama. 
600 00 Jesus Christ|xCrucifixion|vDrama. 
600 00 Jesus Christ|xAscension|vDrama. 
650  0 Religious films. 
655  7 Silent films.|2lcgft 
655  7 Feature films.|2lcgft 
700 1  DeMille, Cecil B.|q(Cecil Blount),|d1881-1959. 
700 1  MacPherson, Jeanie,|d-1946. 
700 1  Warner, H. B.|q(Henry Byron),|d1876-1958. 
700 1  Cumming, Dorothy,|d1899-1983. 
700 1  Logan, Jacqueline. 
700 1  Schildkraut, Rudolph. 
700 1  Schildkraut, Joseph,|d1895-1964. 
700 1  Torrence, Ernest,|d1878-1933. 
700 1  Siegmann, George. 
700 1  Love, Montagu,|d1877-1943. 
700 1  Varconi, Victor,|d1891-1976. 
710 2  Janus Films. 
710 2  Modern Sound Pictures Incorporated. 
710 2  Pathé Exchange. 
710 2  Cinema Corporation of America. 
710 2  Criterion Collection (Firm) 
830  0 Criterion collection (DVD videodiscs) ;|v266. 
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