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This is SO great.
The very fact that the human bloodstream could have produced
such a graphic:
It gives me hope on a blue day..
I have the fondest memories of that movie — must take another look at it someday.
Nothing to do with this post, Lloyd, but I thought you might be interested in The Guardian’s Top Ten Westerns list and the comments.
Interesting, yes — not exactly the films that would make my list, though.
Twilight Time announces the exciting First Time ever BLU-RAY release of one of the greatest epic motion pictures of all time…
Limited Edition BLU-RAY Release
Only 3,000 units available at
Once they are gone – they are gone!
RELEASE DATE: TUESDAY, JANUARY 21ST, 2014
“An action-filled entertainment pic which contrasts personal nobility with political expediency. The colorful production builds in spectacular display…Charlton Heston and Laurence Olivier propel towards inevitable tragedy the drama of two sincere opponents.” —Variety
“Some mighty handsome scenery and some roaring battle happenings…these are things that are beautifully and excitingly shown in this film.” —The New York Times
Khartoum (1966), directed by Basil Dearden and written by Robert Ardrey, is an historical epic about the ill-fated expedition of British General Charles Gordon (Charlton Heston) in late-19th-century Sudan, an attempt to halt the incursion of the fanatical Muslim leader, Muhammad Ahmad (Laurence Olivier), the self-styled Mahdi (“The Expected One”). This action-adventure yarn, chock-full of thrilling battle sequences, stunning desert landscapes, and fascinating political intrigue led by British Prime Minister Gladstone (Ralph Richardson), is one of the last of its breed: a large-scale roadshow extravaganza with an all-star cast.
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