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The Big Fisherman - Alfred Newman Conducting The Hollywood Symphony Orchestra* - The Robe (Vinyl, LP)

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    Alfred Newman (Composer, Conductor), Bernard Herrmann (Composer, Conductor), Hollywood Studio Symphony (Orchestra) & Format: Audio CD out of 5 stars 13 ratings See all 11 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions/5(13).
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    Directed by Frank Borzage. With Howard Keel, John Saxon, Susan Kohner, Martha Hyer. Exploring the life of Peter, from being a successful fisherman to becoming a follower of Jesus Christ and being dependent on Jesus Christ.
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    OCLC Number: Notes: Biographical and program notes by Philip Dunne on container. "Enhanced for stereo"--Container. Performer(s): Carole Richards, alto soloist ; Hollywood Symphony Orchestra and Chorus ; Alfred Newman, conductor.
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    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Alfred Newman Conducting The Hollywood Symphony Orchestra* - The Robe at Discogs. Complete your Alfred Newman Conducting The Hollywood Symphony Orchestra* collection/5(7).
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    20th Century Fox Country United States Format DVD Release Date Mar UPN Isolated score track.
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    Jun 01,  · The Silver Chalice () Official Trailer - Paul Newman, Jack Palance Biblical Epic Movie HD - Duration: Movieclips Classic Trailers 26, views.
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    The Big Fisherman is a American historical and drama film directed by Frank Borzage about the life of Simon Peter, one of the disciples of lucredsnochagiferedelipasseerep.xyzinfong Howard Keel, Susan Kohner and John Saxon, the production is adapted from the novel by Lloyd C. Douglas, which is closely related to Douglas' previous book, 's The Robe which, six years earlier, in , had been adapted for the.
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    However, an December 8, item in Hollywood Reporter's "Rambling Reporter" column stated that the voice belonged to Rev. Donald Curtis. The Big Fisherman was the first picture to be filmed using Panavision 70mm, which allowed for superior depth of focus and definition. In addition, the filmmakers used a new six-channel, directional hi.

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