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Quo Vadis (1951) This film concerns the romance between a beautiful early Christian woman and an initially agnostic Roman gladiator. This love story is laid against the larger intrigues of the debauched emperor Nero, who hopes to gain immortality by destroying Rome with a fire and remaking it in his own image.

Quo Vadis (1951) This film concerns the romance between a beautiful early Christian woman and an initially agnostic Roman gladiator. This love story is laid against the larger intrigues of the debauched emperor Nero, who hopes to gain immortality by destroying Rome with a fire and remaking it in his own image.

PITTSBURG (1942) - Marlene Dietrich - Randolph Scott - John Wayne - Frank Craven - Louise Albritton - Shemp Howard - Thomas Gomez - Ludwig Stossel - Samuel S. Hands - A Charles K. Feldman Production - Directed by Lewis Seiler - Universal Pictures - Movie Poster.

PITTSBURG (1942) - Marlene Dietrich - Randolph Scott - John Wayne - Frank Craven - Louise Albritton - Shemp Howard - Thomas Gomez - Ludwig Stossel - Samuel S. Hands - A Charles K. Feldman Production - Directed by Lewis Seiler - Universal Pictures - Movie Poster.

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Released in 1956, posters for the film The Fastest Gone Alive went up outside "the hut" in Hartley Wintney where they showed movies on Saturday nights. The rest of the time it was the dining hall for the nearby primary school which I attended. Boy did I want to see that film, but I was only 5...

Released in 1956, posters for the film The Fastest Gone Alive went up outside "the hut" in Hartley Wintney where they showed movies on Saturday nights. The rest of the time it was the dining hall for the nearby primary school which I attended. Boy did I want to see that film, but I was only 5...

Son of Ali Baba (1952)

Son of Ali Baba (1952)

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