Decent account of the life and death of Christ. Von Sydow's portrayal of Jesus is inspiring!
Hang 'Em High starring Clint Eastwood, Ed Begley, Inger Stevens
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A man seeks revenge against the gang that tried to lynch him. Another decent Eastwood spaghetti western!
Impressive landscapes, three kings (Cyril Delevanti, Mark Lenard, Frank Silvera) visiting the duly worried Herod (Claude Rains), his son Antipas (Jose Ferrer) standing by, early in George Stevens' The Greatest Story Ever Told, 1965.
From the long opening scene, Cooper (Clint Eastwood) is in-effect tried by Wilson (Ed Begley) and henchmen (Alan Hale Jr., Bruce Dern, et al) in his first Hollywood Western starring role, in Hang 'Em High, 1968.
On their new and not desirable beat, rookie cops Greenberg (Ron Leibman) and Hantz (David Selby) get involved with healthy-looking hooker Sara (Sheila Frazier) for the first time, in The Super Cops, 1974, directed by Gordon Parks.
The Greatest Story Ever Told (1965) is an epic re-telling of the life of Christ, directed by George Stevens and starring Max Von Sydow, Dorothy McGuire, Claude Rains and many more
The alpha and omega of Dennis Hopper's memorable if pointless appearance, as Marshal Bliss (Ben Johnson) is rounding up candidates for hanging, including Cooper (Clint Eastwood), in Hang 'Em High, 1968.
More big aerial shots with a scripture-derived speech, delivered by The Baptist (Charlton Heston), the first scene for both him and the mature Jesus (Max Von Sydow), in George Stevens' The Greatest Story Ever Told, 1965.
Opening featuring the real life heroes (David Greenberg, Robert Hantz), director Gordon Parks' follow up to Shaft, 1971, leads Ron Leibman and David Selby taking their oath, in The Super Cops, 1974.
For reasons not explained, shopkeeper Rachel (Inger Stevens) gets to inspect fugitives (including Cooper, Clint Eastwood) brought to town for hanging by Bliss (Ben Johnson), Judge Fenton (Pat Hingle) observing, in Hang 'Em High, 1968.
Thwarted again by a bailiff, renegade rookie cops Greenberg (Ron Leibman) and Hantz (David Selby) conduct another freelance bust in The Super Cops, 1974, directed by Gordon Parks.
Improbable but colorful crimes, rookie cop Greenberg (Ron Leibman) and partner Hantz (David Selby) continue their unorthodox rise to prominence in the NYPD, in Gordon Parks' The Super Cops. 1974.
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