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Genghis Khan (1965) (DVD) (US Version) DVD Region 1

Stephen Boyd (Actor) | Omar Sharif (Actor) | James Mason (Actor) | Wallach Eli (Actor)
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Product Title: Genghis Khan (1965) (DVD) (US Version) Genghis Khan (1965) (DVD) (美國版) Genghis Khan (1965) (DVD) (美国版) Genghis Khan (1965) (DVD) (US Version) Genghis Khan (1965) (DVD) (US Version)
Artist Name(s): Stephen Boyd (Actor) | Omar Sharif (Actor) | James Mason (Actor) | Wallach Eli (Actor) | Francoise Dorleac (Actor) | Robert Morley (Actor) | Telly Savalas (Actor) | Mitchell Yvonne (Actor) 史提芬波特 (Actor) | 奧馬沙利夫 (Actor) | 占士美臣 (Actor) | 阿里華利治 (Actor) | 房素娃.多麗雅 (Actor) | 羅拔摩利 (Actor) | Telly Savalas (Actor) | Mitchell Yvonne (Actor) 史提芬波特 (Actor) | 奥马沙利夫 (Actor) | 占士美臣 (Actor) | 阿里华利治 (Actor) | 房素娃.多丽雅 (Actor) | Robert Morley (Actor) | Telly Savalas (Actor) | Mitchell Yvonne (Actor) スティーブン・ボイド (Actor) | オマー・シャリフ (Actor) | James Mason (Actor) | Eli Wallach (Actor) | Francoise Dorleac (Actor) | Robert Morley (Actor) | Telly Savalas (Actor) | Mitchell Yvonne (Actor) Stephen Boyd (Actor) | Omar Sharif (Actor) | James Mason (Actor) | Eli Wallach (Actor) | Francoise Dorleac (Actor) | Robert Morley (Actor) | Telly Savalas (Actor) | Mitchell Yvonne (Actor)
Director: Henry Levin Henry Levin Henry Levin Henry Levin Henry Levin
Release Date: 2010-08-16
UPC Code: 043396354791
Language: English
Country of Origin: Germany, United States, United Kingdom, Yugoslavia
Picture Format: NTSC What is it?
Disc Format(s): DVD
Region Code: 1 - USA, Canada, U.S. Territories What is it?
Publisher: Sony (US)
Package Weight: 100 (g)
Shipment Unit: 1 What is it?
YesAsia Catalog No.: 1025051758

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Director: Henry Levin

Producer Irving Allen's 1965 production, Genghis Khan, was clearly intended to rank with the epics of the day, with its location production (Yugoslavia, rather than Asia), stars (including Omar Sharif, James Mason, and Eli Wallach), and high production values (Cinemascope and Technicolor), but the film didn't quite live up to its ambition. Perhaps because of its revisionist approach to the subject matter ("no woman will be taken against her will," declares Sharif, as Genghis), or the cross-cultural casting (Robert Morley as the Chinese Emperor) the film never really found an audience. Despite missteps, there are many things to recommend it: the beautiful cinemascope photography (by Geoffrey Unsworth), an excellent cast (including Stephen Boyd, Telly Savalas, Woody Strode, and Francoise Dorleac), and a compelling story about the boy Temujin who rises from an outcast slave to leader of all the tribes of Mongols against his hated nemesis Jamuga (Boyd, an adversary reminiscent of his Messala in Ben-Hur). While not an accurate history lesson about the mighty Khan, it is certainly rousing entertainment.
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