The Greatest Story Ever Told Official Trailer #1 – Max von Sydow Movie (1965) HD


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  1. Great Cast: MAX VON SYDOW, Dorthy McGuire, CHARLTON HESTON, Jose Ferrer, Telly Savalas, David McCallum, Roddy McDowell, Michael Anderson, Jr.
    Gary Raymond, Sidney Poitier, ANGELA LANSBURY, Ed Wynn, and even JOHN WAYNE

  2. Magnificent film, with Max Von Sydow offering my favourite portrayal of Jesus: warm and human, yet other-worldly. Superb supporting cast, including Jose Ferrer, Charlton Heston, Telly Savalas, and David McCallum, among others. The US locations and cinematography are incredible! A labour of love from George Stevens. RIP to all who are no longer with us!

  3. Max Von Sydow
    EXCELLENT what I think is everyone in this film they acted there booties off!!!!! This was one hell of a film one of my favorites of all time and I will keep watching as long as I can and wonderful for you to watch with your family!!! I've been watching this since I was a child. Wonderfully done! You should have received an Oscar but of course just a subject matter alone some idiot must have had a problem I think this is so much better then Mel Gibsons.
    Also Robert Powell
    Was Outstanding in his potrayal of Jesus !!

  4. Religion has the greatest bullshit story ever told. Religion has actually convinced people that there's an invisible man living in the sky who watches everything you do,every minute of every day. And the invisible man has a special list of ten things he does not want you to do. And if you do any of these ten things,he has a special place,full of fire and smoke and burning and torture and anguish,where he will send you to live and suffer and burn and choke and scream and cry forever and ever till the end of time BUT HE LOVES YOU George Carlin

  5. Rest in peace Max von Sydow. I have mixed feelings about this film. It does have its moments and it has nice cinematography. The incessant cameos become distracting. The script could have been better. It's sort of like watching a moving holy card, which has its good points and its not so good points. I am a bigger fan of Franco Zeffirelli's JESUS OF NAZARETH, Pier Paolo Passolini's THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO MATTHEW, Philip Saville's THE GOSPEL OF JOHN, and Mel Gibson's THE PASSION OF THE CHRIST.

  6. That hair though. I wish they would stick to what it says in the Bible. Bit ridiculous to have Peter say "What's YOUR name?" As if everyone didn't know it was Jesus. I doubt they would be talking to him like a school boy like Beaver on Leave it to Beaver, or like Opie Taylor from Andy Griffith. Gee paw! I would imagine they would be beholding his majesty. You would be able to feel his presence, and there would be a sense of awe, respect, wonder, and peace. The most accurate film that portrays the Jesus I know is The Gospel of John.

  7. The brief cameo roles made it laughable, it was like " oh look there's Phil silvers playing Noah" Abbot and Costello playing a couple of slaves"
    Absolutely ridiculous, the film itself is beautifully filmed, the sets and lighting are superb, the story is a bit long winded, its mainly let down by the actor's, I would say casting, but these actors did choose to do it in the hope that they'd be in a classic film, big big bucks for small parts

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