G | | Adventure, Drama, History
When a Jewish prince is betrayed and sent into slavery by a Roman friend, he regains his freedom and comes back for revenge.
How can this be?
Judah Ben-Hur: I *know* this man!
Miriam: Won't someone help him?
Tirzah: Pity on him!
Miriam: In his pain... there's a look of peace.
Judah Ben-Hur: Watch over them, Esther.
Miriam: We must go back.
Esther: I brought you here to this... when I hoped...
Miriam: You haven't failed, Esther.
After Judah denounces Rome and Esther declares that it is as if he has become Messalla, he turns to face her, in anger, but in the next frame, instead of facing her directly, he it looking at her over his left shoulder; he should be facing her or, at best, have his right shoulder facing her and looking over it.
The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer lion is shown in a still-frame to appear looking peaceful at the beginning rather than roaring.
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