The Ten Commandments
Paramount Pictures is proud to announce the return of the greatest motion picture of all time! (1966 re-release)
Released in the USA on October 05 of 1956, «The Ten Commandments» (also known as "Dieci comandamenti, I", "Zehn Gebote, Die") is a Drama film directed by Cecil B. DeMille, and written by Fredric M. Frank, Jack Gariss, J.H. Ingraham, Jesse Lasky Jr., Ăneas MacKenzie, A.E. Southon and Dorothy Clarke Wilson . Charlton Heston and Yul Brynner are starring, alongside Anne Baxter, Edward G. Robinson, Yvonne De Carlo and Debra Paget.
Directed byCecil B. DeMilleWritten byFredric M. Frank
Jack Gariss and Ăneas MacKenzieNovel "Pillar of Fire"J.H. IngrahamAs Jesse L. Lasky Jr.Jesse Lasky Jr.Novel "On Eagle's Wing"A.E. SouthonNovel "Prince of Egypt"Dorothy Clarke WilsonProducerCecil B. DeMilleAssociate producerHenry Wilcoxon
Who is the director of "The Ten Commandments"?
Cecil B. DeMille was an American producer, director, writer, and actor.
"The Ten Commandments" was released in 1956, when DeMille was 75 years of age.
Cecil B. DeMille has directed movies such as "Cleopatra", released in 1934, "The Only Son"(1914), "Chimmie Fadden"(1915), "For Better, for Worse"(1919), "Triumph"(1924), and "Four Frightened People"(1934).
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What was the release date of "The Ten Commandments"?
"The Ten Commandments" was initially released on Friday, October 05, 1956, in the United States. Another film released on Friday, October 05, 1956 is "Daniel Boone, Trail Blazer" (dir. Albert C. Gannaway and Ismael RodrÝguez)
Release date in the United States:
- Friday, October 05, 1956
Release date in the United Kingdom:
- Monday, December 03, 1956
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|Sound mix||:||70 mm 6-Track (Westrex Recording System) (70 mm prints)|
Dolby Digital (1998 re-release)
Dolby (1989 re-release)
Mono (35 mm prints)
|Tagline||:||"The Greatest Event in Motion Picture History"|
"It would take more than a man to lead the slaves from bondage. It would take a God."
"Paramount Pictures is proud to announce the return of the greatest motion picture of all time! (1966 re-release)"
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|Runtime||:||3h 40min (220min)|