112 Like most film musical soundtracks, it was issued as an album for the public to enjoy as a distinct piece of music.
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He also had a strong preference for long takes, during which his actors could move within this highly detailed space.
42 A highly publicized bitter dispute later broke out over screenplay credits to the film, involving Wyler, Tunberg, Vidal, prostitution albanien Fry and the Screen Writers' Guild.A b c d e f Eagen,.A b c Winkler,.In Stevens,., George.Following.7 million marketing effort, Ben-Hur premiered at Loew's State Theatre in New York City on November 18, 1959.New York: Simon and Schuster.

112 The Ben-Hur score has been considered the best of Rózsa's career.He collapses, but is revived when Jesus Christ gives him water.A b Doherty,.By punishing a known friend and prominent citizen, he hopes to intimidate the Jewish populace.He also lightly criticized Charlton Heston for being more physically than emotionally compelling.93 Wyler was unhappy with Heston's performances, feeling they did not make Judah Ben-Hur a plausible character, and Heston had to reshoot "I'm a Jew" 16 times."Hollywood Dossier: New Market Analysis Is Set." The New York Times.157 a b Raymond,.Technicolor Movies: The History of Dye Transfer Printing.Miklós Rózsa's Ben-Hur: A Film Score Guide.
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Your eye just wanders out of curiosity." 72 The cameras were also quite large, heavy, and difficult and time-consuming to move.