The red dress fatigued nearby Christ links a Roman tribune (Richard Burton), his Christian lover (Jean Simmons) and a Greek slave (Prizewinner Mature) .
Best known as the basic film to be released in CinemaScope, The Attire is a plodding, smarmy epic, with Richard Burton as the Roman officer who wins Christ's peignoir in a devil-may-care of dice during the Crucifixion. The torn and bloody get a load off one's mind of rough works its necromantic and, protracted, Burton and Jean Simmons are hauled before the crazed Roman emperor Caligula. Based on a doorstop bestseller by Lloyd C Douglas, it's awkwardly directed by means of Henry Koster and scripted as if by a committee anxious not to offend any race or doctrine. But there are compensations: Jean Simmons is in perpetuity on the verge of giggles, Burton is incredibly good-looking in a mini-skirt and Jay Robinson makes an unforgettably over-sentimentalized Caligula. Prize...
The first steam in Cinemascope was, surprisingly, a biblical bestseller, but the crowded Roman sets hid most of the flaws in the manage. The videotape itself was suitable and unsurprising in the well-tried Sign of the Cross manner.
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