Quo Vadis

Quo Vadis (1951)

THIS IS THE BIG ONE! The splendor and savagery of the world's wickedest empire! Three hours of spectacle you'll remember for a lifetime!

  • Genre: Drama, History, Romance
  • Release Date: 1951-11-08
  • User Rating: 7.1/10 from 309 ratings
  • Runtime: 2h 51min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • Director: Mervyn LeRoy
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Summary

Set against the back drop of Rome in crisis, General Marcus Vinicius returns to the city from the battle fields and falls in love with a Christian woman, Lygia. Caught in the grip of insanity, Nero's atrocities become more extreme and he burns Rome, laying the blame on the Christians. Vinicius races to save Lygia from the wrath of Nero as the empire of Rome collapses around them.

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  • Robert Taylor

    as Marcus Vinicius
  • Deborah Kerr

    as Lygia
  • Leo Genn

    as Petronius
  • Peter Ustinov

    as Nero
  • Patricia Laffan

    as Poppaea
  • Finlay Currie

    as Peter
  • Abraham Sofaer

    as Paul
  • Marina Berti

    as Eunice
  • Buddy Baer

    as Ursus
  • Felix Aylmer

    as Plautius
  • Nora Swinburne

    as Pomponia
  • Ralph Truman

    as Tigellinus
  • Norman Wooland

    as Nerva
  • Rosalie Crutchley

    as Acte
  • Elspeth March

    as Miriam
  • Sophia Loren

    as Lygia's Slave (uncredited)
  • Elizabeth Taylor

    as Christian Prisoner in Arena (uncredited)
  • Bud Spencer

    as Imperial Guard (uncredited)
  • Walter Pidgeon

    as Narrator
  • John Myhers

    as Guard
  • Alfredo Rizzo

    as Hairdresser
  • Leslie Bradley

    as Hasta - 2nd Praetorian
  • Adrienne Corri

    as Young Christian Girl
  • Enzo Fiermonte

    as Mounted Captain
  • Robin Hughes

    as Christ
  • Liana Del Balzo

    as
  • Peter Miles

    as Nazarius
  • Geoffrey Dunn

    as Terpnos
  • Nicholas Hannen

    as Seneca
  • D.A. Clarke-Smith

    as Phaon
  • John Ruddock

    as Chilo
  • Strelsa Brown

    as Rufia
  • Alfredo Varelli

    as Lucan
  • William Tubbs

    as Anaxander
  • Pietro Tordi

    as Galba
  • Clelia Matania

    as Parmenida
  • Alfred Baillou

    as Christian Prisoner in Arena
  • Scott R. Beal

    as Fisherman
  • Michael Mark

    as Fisherman
  • Jack George

    as Fisherman
  • Ernesto Molinari

    as Fisherman
  • Dino Galvani

    as Senator
  • Carlo Borelli

    as Noble
  • John Binns

    as Officer
  • Alessandro Serbaroli

    as Officer
  • Dario Michaelis

    as Lydia Guard
  • Kenneth W. Richardson

    as Guard
  • Richard McNamara

    as Legionnaire
  • Jack Del Rio

    as Apostle
  • Philip Kieffer

    as Apostle
  • Louis Payne

    as Apostle
  • Al Ferguson

    as Apostle
  • Lia Di Leo

    as Pedicurist
  • Aldo Pini

    as Headkeeper
  • Adriano Ambrogi

    as Wine Bibber
  • Enrico Formichi

    as Man with Wine Cup
  • Giovanni Lovatelli

    as Banquet Man
  • Richard Garrick

    as Slave
  • Scilla Vannucci

    as White Slave Girl
  • Anna Maria Padoan

    as Young Unbaptized Woman
  • Alberto Plebani

    as Steward
  • Anna Arena

    as
  • Alfred Brown

    as
  • Frank Colson

    as
  • Franco Fantasia

    as
  • Harriet Medin

    as
  • Leonardo Scavino

    as
  • Maria Zanoli

    as
  • Harry J. Vejar

    as
  • Dianora Veiga

    as
  • Giuseppe Varni

    as
  • Carlo Tricoli

    as
  • David Craig

    as Little Boy
Production Irene Howard Casting
Sound Miklós Rózsa Original Music Composer
Directing Mervyn LeRoy Director
Art William A. Horning Art Direction
Art Cedric Gibbons Art Direction
Production Sam Zimbalist Producer
Camera Robert Surtees Director of Photography
Editing Ralph E. Winters Editor
Art Edward C. Carfagno Art Direction
Art Hugh Hunt Set Decoration
Camera William V. Skall Director of Photography
Writing John Lee Mahin Screenplay
Writing S. N. Behrman Screenplay
Writing Sonya Levien Screenplay
Writing Henryk Sienkiewicz Novel
Production Mel Ballerino Casting
Art Elso Valentini Set Decoration

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