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      The King of Kings: General Release Version (1927) Cecil B. DeMille, master of the epic film, directed a cast of thousands in this silent, spectacular cinematic reenactment of Christ's life -- one of the highest-grossing movies of its time. H.B. Warner, Ernest Torrence and Joseph Schildkraut star in the lavish production. This newly restored digital transfer of the 1931 release has a revamped musical score. Extras include clips from the making of the film, cast portraits and production sketches.

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