The Robe (1953) Richard Burton Eng

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  • Writers: Philip Dunne (screenplay), Gina Kaus (adaptation), Lloyd C. Douglas (novel), Albert Maltz (screenplay)
  • Language: English

Marcellus is a tribune in the time of Christ. He is in charge of the group that is assigned to crucify Jesus. Drunk, he wins Jesus' homespun robe after the crucifixion. He is tormented by nightmares and delusions after the event. Hoping to find a way to live with what he has done, and still not believing in Jesus, he returns to Palestine to try and learn what he can of the man he killed.

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Historically important as the first CinemaScope feature film, 20th Century-Fox's The Robe is fine dramatic entertainment in its own right. Based on the best-selling novel by Lloyd C. Douglas, the film stars Richard Burton as the wastrelly Roman tribune who is assigned by a weary Pontius Pilate (Richard Boone, who spends the whole of his single scene washing his hands) to supervise the crucifixion of Christ. After the Seven Last Words, the jaded Burton wins Christ's robe in a dice game. Gradually, the mystical influence of the holy garment transforms Burton from a roistering cynic into a True Believer--at the cost of his own life, which he willingly gives up in the service of his Lord. Also starring in The Robe are Jean Simmons as Burton's pious childhood sweetheart, Victor Mature as his Christian-convert slave Demetrius (an excellent performance--in fact, Mature is more believable than Burton!), Michael Rennie as the disciple Peter, and Jay Robinson as the raving Emperor Caligula. Mature, Rennie and Robinson would appear in the 1954 sequel to The Robe, the hurriedly assembled Demetrius and the Gladiators. Watch and listen for the unbilled contributions of Michael Ansara as Judas and Cameron Mitchell as the voice of Jesus. The film won three Academy Awards, and a special Oscar bestowed upon Fox for the development of CinemaScope. For many years, the TV prints of the Robe were struck from the "flat," standard-ratio version shot simultaneously with the widescreen version. Only recently has the CinemaScope The Robe been made available to cable TV (shown in "letterbox" format to allow home viewers the full picture).

Valid : Yes [AVI]
Duration : 02:08:04
Movie complete : Yes

Resolution : 720x336 2.14:1
Codec : DivX (4 / 5 / 6)
FPS : 23,98
BitRate : 1531 Kbps
Quality Factor : 0,27 b/px

Codec : MPEG 1 or 2 Audio Layer 3 (MP3)
Number of channels : 2
Sample Rate : 48000 Hz
BitRate : 128 Kbps

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Size is 720x336, for a shape of 2.14 AR, which is all wrong. It should be 2.55. In other words looks much too narrow. Players like VLC are not able to adjust for this.
Mp3 audio is 128k in true stereo, which is good for 1953.
Plenty of sources out in the wilds.
People who write ripping programs better get their acts together soon regarding aspect ratio.
this might be just the low quality DVD. see BD rip for 2.55

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Good story & quality, thank you
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Nice one!
This better be good at 1gb in size.
Don't be such an ASS! It is a 2 disc set. As the saying goes: "If you don't have anything good to say, stifle yourself!" Comments are supposed to be about the download itself. Flaws, A/V quality, sinc, etc. So what does "better be good" have anything to do with this movie technically? Take a long walk on a short pier, with concrete boots~!

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