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Warner Brothers Quo Vadis, 2-DVD Special Edition

Return to the days of ancient Rome and the story of Christian slave Lygia and agnostic nobleman Marcus Vinicius, who's captivated by her beauty. As Nero accelerates his persecution of Jesus' followers, Lygia is imprisoned. And Vinicius realizes that he must swear allegiance to the emperor---or to God. Starring Deborah Kerr, Robert Taylor, and Peter Ustinov. Two DVDs, approx. 3 hours total.

Disc One:

  • Movie Part One
  • Theatrical Trailers

Disc Two:

  • Movie Part Two
  • New Featurette In the Beginning: Quo Vadis and the Genesis of the Biblical Epic

DVD  Features:

  • Digitally remastered from restored picture and audio elements
  • Commentary by critic/film historian F.X. Feeney
  • Original roadshow overture and exit music rejoined to the film for the first time in 56 years
  • English and French languages
  • English, French, Spanish and Japanese subtitles
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A little bit of yeast makes the whole dough rise

Date:April 8, 2012
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Location:Mississauga, ON
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This is not the 1st time I blindly view some movies based on the fact that they are offered on this site and I'm disappoint. Because things are sold on this site, I expect them to be christian but they are not and it's sad! Not all that say Jesus Jesus will be saved, likewise, it's not because we say Jesus in a movie that it's a christian movie. There was too much seed from the devil in this movie and it was just hard to get to the christian plot of the movie. This leads to unecessary spiritual warfare.
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