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Though this film strayed from actual facts, it was well made with it's special effects from the 1930's.
He illustrates that arrogance of Pilate, but tempers it with sensitivity and a tortured conscious over his dealings with Jesus.
For an old film, the special effects are quite good, and the story is interesting and very entertaining.
The latest movie about Pompeii inspired me to look at previous versions, including the silent from long ago and this one from the early 30's. Read morePublished 3 months ago by D. Iwataki
One of the first films about the Pompeii eruption. Okay special effects that beg for the CGI improvement of 2014's Pompeii. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ronald Adams
I really liked this movie, even though it was an older movie and is in black and white. There's a lot of good character development, and it holds your interest throughout. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Robin Ferruggia
I was trying to find original Last Days of Pompeii. Unfortunately, this was not the one. Scenes jumped around and finally the last 15 minutes is about the volcano.Published 4 months ago by C. A. Brandstatter
I love old movies. Especially those with a great story to be told. If you are offended by Christian idealism, don't watch. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kindle Customer
Would order again from this distributor. Perfect condition. My mother could not find this movie on her own and was very upset. 86 y/o and loves the silver screen era movies. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Patricia Kolman
If you do... get this DVD.
Although the movie doesn't follow the true events, it is worthy to see how a FATTY (corrupted) society goes down for their wrong doings. Read more
I didn't know what to expect, and watched this old movie to get the story of Pompeii (Roman city) because of the modern movie about to come out. Read morePublished 9 months ago by P. M. Culpepper Jr.