|Other author/creator||LeRoy, Mervyn, 1900-1987 director.|
|Other author/creator||Mann, Anthony, 1906-1967 director.|
|Other author/creator||Zimbalist, Sam, producer.|
|Other author/creator||Mahin, John Lee, 1902-1984 screenwriter.|
|Other author/creator||Behrman, S. N. (Samuel Nathaniel), 1893-1973 screenwriter.|
|Other author/creator||Levien, Sonya, 1888?-1960 screenwriter.|
|Other author/creator||Taylor, Robert, 1911-1969 actor.|
|Other author/creator||Kerr, Deborah, 1921-2007, actor.|
|Other author/creator||Genn, Leo, 1905-1978, actor.|
|Other author/creator||Ustinov, Peter actor.|
|Other author/creator||Skall, W. V. (William V.), 1898-1976 cinematographer.|
|Other author/creator||Surtees, Robert, cinematographer.|
|Other author/creator||Winters, Ralph E., film editor.|
|Other author/creator||Rózsa, Miklós, 1907-1995 composer.|
|Other author/creator||Sienkiewicz, Henryk, 1846-1916. Quo vadis?|
|Other author/creator||Warner Home Video (Firm)|
|Uniform title||Quo vadis (Motion picture : 1951)|
||Special features: Disc one: Movie part one ; Theatrical trailers -- Disc two: Movie part two ; "In the beginning: Quo Vadis and the genesis of the Biblical epic" ; Commentary by critic/film historian F.X. Feeney ; Original roadshow overture and exit music rejoined to the film -- Language: English mono ; French mono -- Subtitles: English, Spanish, Japanese, French.
||Returning to Rome after 3 years in the field, General Marcus Vinicius meets and falls in love with the devout Christian, Lygia. She doesn't want to have anything to do with the warrior. Though Lygia grew up Roman, and as the adopted daughter of a retired general, Lygia is technically a hostage of Rome. Marcus gets Emperor Nero to give her to him for services rendered. Lygia is not happy about this situation, but she falls in love with Marcus anyway. Meanwhile, Nero's atrocities get more outrageous. When he burns Rome and blames the Christians, Marcus goes off to save Lygia and her family. Nero captures them and all other Christians. He decides to make a sport of it by throwing them to the lions.
|General note||Based on the novel by Henryk Sienkiewicz.|
|General note||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1951.|
|General note||Special features: Disc one: Movie part one; commentary soundtrack by critic/film historian F.X. Feeney; original roadshow overture and exit music rejoined to the film ; trailers. Disc two: Movie part two; "In the beginning: Quo Vadis and the genesis of the Biblical epic" new featurette commentary soundtrack by critic/film historian F.X. Feeney.|
|Credits||Director, Anthony Mann (uncredited) ; directors of photography, Robert Surtees, William V. Skall ; editor, Ralph E. Winters ; music, Miklós Rózsa.|
||Robert Taylor, Deborah Kerr, Leo Genn, Peter Ustinov.
||CHV rating: 14A.
|Language||English or dubbed French soundtracks with optional French, Japanese or Spanish subtitles and optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.|
|Genre/form||Video recordings for the hearing impaired.|
|Other title||In the beginning: Quo Vadis and the genesis of the Biblical epic.|
|Publisher number||1000039880 Warner Home Video|
|Publisher number||3000018258 Warner Home Video|
|Publisher number||1000045233 Warner Home Video|
|Stock number||Midwest Tape http://www.midwesttapes.com|