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Published by Weinstein Company Home Entertainment, Distributed by Genius Products in [New York, N.Y.], Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English


  • Drama,
  • Succession,
  • Emperors,
  • History

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Edition Notes

Other titlesFall of the Roman Empire (Motion picture)
StatementSamuel Bronston presents ; screenplay by Ben Barzman, Basilio Franchina, Philip Yordan ; produced by Samuel Bronston ; directed by Anthony Mann
SeriesThe Miriam collection -- 2, Miriam collection -- 2.
ContributionsLoren, Sophia, 1934- actor, Boyd, Stephen, 1928-1977, actor, Guinness, Alec, 1914-2000, actor, Mason, James, 1909-1984, actor, Plummer, Christopher, actor, Quayle, Anthony, 1913-1989, actor, Ireland, John, 1914-1992, actor, Sharif, Omar, 1932-2015, actor, Ferrer, Mel, actor, Krasker, Robert, cinematographer, Tiomkin, Dimitri, 1894-1979, composer, Samuel Bronston Productions, Inc, Weinstein Company Home Entertainment (Firm), Genius Products, Inc
LC ClassificationsPN1997 .F3246 2008
The Physical Object
Format[videorecording] /
Pagination2 videodiscs (185 min.)
Number of Pages185
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26916625M
ISBN 101594447365
ISBN 109781594447365

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