King of Kings

King of Kings

By Nicholas Ray

  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 1963-05-27
  • Advisory Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 2h 40min
  • Director: Nicholas Ray
  • Production Company: Samuel Bronston Productions
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: USD 6.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 2.99
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Description

The powerful and critically-acclaimed story of Jesus told in a strikingly beautiful visual style. Stars Oscar-nominees and Emmy-winner Rip Torn (TV's "The Larry Sanders Show") as Judas and Robert Ryan ("Bad Day at Black Rock," "Crossfire," "The Wild Bunch") as John the Baptist with Jeffrey Hunter ("A Kiss Before Dying") as Christ. Directed by Oscar-nominee Nicholas Ray ("Rebel Without a Cause," "In a Lonely Place"). Narrated by Orson Welles ("Citizen Kane"). "...grandly filmed...deeply moving" - Leonard Maltin.

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  • One of the best

    5
    By narjesvid
    I just bought this movie but can’t wait to sit and watch it, I saw this movie many times when I was a teen, always had in my mind that only God is perfect in everything I believe in him. Always have search for this to watch for free but now I bought it and could watch it anytime I want. Excellent
  • King of kings

    5
    By Eric Harlan
    Awesome Good quality
  • Still one of the best

    5
    By Red Grange
    While Jeffery Hunter is obviously from the Midwest and not Nazareth in appearance, he does an excellent job of presenting himself as Jesus Christ. Salvation, gentleness, peace, love, redemption, and forgiveness are the primary messages- all radical to humanity then (and unfortunately, still today). A classic and one of my top 10 favorite movies.
  • One of my favorite movies on the Gospel

    5
    By iamgeek246
    I grew up watching this as a child and it still holds a special place in my heart. The video quality was much better than I had expected it to be. A must have for any Christian.
  • Restores my faith

    5
    By Medic927
    This is how he wanted us to treat our fellow human beings and place our trust in God. But he did give us brains to make a choice, do good in this or become evil and destroy or fellow man. We'll all have to answer in one form or another the choice is ours.

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