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Martin Luther [DVD] [Eng/Ger/Kor/Spa] [1953]

  • SKU: 22158295
  • Release Date: 11/12/2013
  • Rating: NR
  • 5.0 (1)
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Special Features

  • "Biography of a film" with Robert E. A. Lee
  • Bios and photos of the actors and production personnel
  • Full-color tour of Luther sites

Synopsis

Martin Luther
Virtually every Lutheran in America has seen Martin Luther during a church-basement screening. Niall McGinniss plays the title role, while the rest of the cast is an adroit mixture of professional actors, clerics and Biblical scholars. The film recounts Martin Luther's 16th-century break from Catholicism, his posting of the 95 theses, and his ultimate creation of the Protestant Movement. The dramatic highlight is Luther's "Here I stand" speech, straightforwardly directed by Irving Pichel (who also plays a supporting role). Filmed in West Germany, Martin Luther was a collaboration between Lutheran Productions Inc. and Louis de Rochemont associates. The film caused a minor brouhaha when its Chicago TV debut in 1956 was successfully blocked by the local Catholic Archdiocese. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Niall MacGinnis
    Niall MacGinnis - Martin Luther
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    John Ruddock - Vicar von Staupitz
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    Pierre Lefevre - Spalatin
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    Guy Verney - Melanchthon
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    Alastair Hunter - Carlstadt

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