Sodom and Gomorrah (1962)

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Sex, torture and betrayal in Biblical Sodom and Gomorrah. Lot, leader of the Hebrews, believes his people can co-exist with the Sodomites, a disastrous decision.



  • Stanley Baker and Rossana Podestà in Sodom and Gomorrah (1962)
  • Stewart Granger and Giacomo Rossi Stuart in Sodom and Gomorrah (1962)
  • Anouk Aimée in Sodom and Gomorrah (1962)
  • Stanley Baker and Rossana Podestà in Sodom and Gomorrah (1962)
  • Sodom and Gomorrah (1962)
  • Scilla Gabel in Sodom and Gomorrah (1962)

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9 February 2006 | bkoganbing
| How Are Things in Sodom and Gomorrah? Is the salt still springing there?
With the filming of Sodom and Gomorrah, Stewart Granger began a phase of his career on the European continent. Not that Sodom and Gomorrah is any great film, but it was certainly better than some of those spaghetti westerns he did in the Sixties to pay for his hedonistic life style. Something like the one they allegedly lived down Sodom way.

Of course Sodom and Gomorrah doesn't stick to the biblical version of the tale, but then neither did those DeMille epics, Samson and Delilah and The Ten Commandments. Nor is homosexuality singled out as THE sin that got the Deity all upset that he wanted to destroy the place. Then again it isn't even in the Bible.

Lot as portrayed by Stewart Granger doesn't take just his family there, he leads a whole tribe of Hebrew people there after he parts from Uncle Abraham. Pretty soon he gets all tangled up in Sodomite politics and gets a bit entangled himself with Pier Angeli who is a slave girl to Queen Anouk Aimee.

Villain of the piece is Stanley Baker who always improves every film he was ever in. He's Anouk's brother and he's got the idea he ought to be running things. He's also got an eye for Lot's daughters.

There's a very nicely staged battle sequence with the Hebrews defending the land granted them by Anouk. But the script is definitely out of the Cecil B. DeMille school of arcane Victorian writing.

Still it's entertaining in many respects.

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