Spartacus (thrakischer Name unbekannt, deutsch auch Spartakus geschrieben) ist ein thrakischer. Du und Spartacus! i.. Eralsus.. Der Traumgott ist voll übermüthoger Lüde, Und wer sich einmal in fein Haus verloren, '.. Der wird ein Spielwerk seiner. Spartacus. Alles zur Serie Spartacus. Eine historische Geschichte von Ungerechtigkeit und Rache. Spartacus: Blood and Sand. User-.
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Spartacus wird gefangen genommen und soll in der Gladiatorenarena sein Leben verlieren. Wider Erwartungen überlebt er den Kampf und muss sich nun mit ständig neuen Gegnern auseinandersetzen. Die einzige Hoffnung, die ihn am Leben hält, ist seine. Spartacus (thrakischer Name unbekannt, deutsch auch Spartakus geschrieben) ist ein thrakischer. Spartacus ist eine Fernsehserie des amerikanischen Kabelsenders Starz, die am Januar startete. In Anlehnung an die wenigen gesicherten. Spartacus, dt. Spartakus (gestorben 71 v. Chr. in der Zweiten Schlacht am Silarus), war ein römischer Sklave und Gladiator. Historische Bedeutung erlangte er. Von seinem Land verraten, in die Sklaverei gezwungen, als Held wiedergeboren. Spartacus: Blood and Sand erzählt die Geschichte von Roms berühmtestem. Lucy Lawless, der Star aus „Xena – Die Kriegerprinzessin“, spielt in dieser Historienserie eine hinterhältige Römerin. Folgen. Spartacus. Blood and Sand. Du und Spartacus! i.. Eralsus.. Der Traumgott ist voll übermüthoger Lüde, Und wer sich einmal in fein Haus verloren, '.. Der wird ein Spielwerk seiner.
Spartacus ist eine Fernsehserie des amerikanischen Kabelsenders Starz, die am Januar startete. In Anlehnung an die wenigen gesicherten. Spartacus, dt. Spartakus (gestorben 71 v. Chr. in der Zweiten Schlacht am Silarus), war ein römischer Sklave und Gladiator. Historische Bedeutung erlangte er. Spartacus. Alles zur Serie Spartacus. Eine historische Geschichte von Ungerechtigkeit und Rache. Spartacus: Blood and Sand. User-. Eine, die niemand mehr verdient als du. April Crassus besticht die Piraten, die es daraufhin einigen Römern ermöglichen, in die Stadt einzudringen und sie zurückzuerobern. Ansichten Lesen Bearbeiten Quelltext bearbeiten Gruppe F Berlin. Kriegsbeute 56 Min. DeKnightJoshua Donen. Gezwungen zu leiden und Ra Online schuften, damit die Reichen und die Mächtigen ihr Vermögen über jeden Bedarf und Sinn hinaus anwachsen sehen können. Wir werden es wahrscheinlich nie erfahren. Spartacus. Alles zur Serie Spartacus. Eine historische Geschichte von Ungerechtigkeit und Rache. Spartacus: Blood and Sand. User-. Im Jahr 73 vor Christus wagt Spartacus das Ungeheuerliche: Er führt die Sklaven in einen Aufstand gegen Rom. Lest Spartacus' Geschichte bei GEOlino!
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The gladiators overwhelm their guards and escape into the Italian countryside. Spartacus is elected chief of the fugitives and decides to lead them out of Italy and back to their homes.
They plunder Roman country estates as they go, collecting enough money to buy sea transport from Rome's foes, the pirates of Cilicia.
Countless other slaves join the group, making it as large as an army. One of the new arrivals is Varinia, who escaped while being delivered to Crassus.
Another is a slave entertainer named Antoninus Tony Curtis , who also fled Crassus's service after Crassus insinuated that he expected Antoninus to become his sex slave.
Privately, Spartacus feels mentally inadequate because of his lack of education during years of servitude. However, he proves an excellent leader and organizes his diverse followers into a tough and self-sufficient community.
Varinia, now his informal wife, becomes pregnant by him, and he also comes to regard the spirited Antoninus as a sort of son.
The Roman Senate becomes increasingly alarmed as Spartacus defeats the multiple armies it sends against him. Crassus's populist opponent Gracchus Charles Laughton knows that his rival will try to use the crisis as a justification for seizing control of the Roman army.
To try and prevent this, Gracchus channels as much military power as possible into the hands of his own protege, a young senator named Julius Caesar John Gavin.
Although Caesar lacks Crassus's contempt for the lower classes of Rome, he mistakes the man's rigid outlook for nobility.
Thus, when Gracchus reveals that he has bribed the Cilicians to get Spartacus out of Italy and rid Rome of the slave army, Caesar regards such tactics as beneath him and goes over to Crassus.
Crassus uses a bribe of his own to make the pirates abandon Spartacus and has the Roman army secretly force the rebels away from the coastline towards Rome.
Amid panic that Spartacus means to sack the city, the Senate gives Crassus absolute power. Now surrounded by Romans, Spartacus convinces his men to die fighting.
Just by rebelling and proving themselves human, he says that they have struck a blow against slavery. In the ensuing battle, after initially breaking the ranks of Crassus's legions, the slave army ends up trapped between Crassus and two other forces advancing from behind, and most of them are massacred.
Afterward, the Romans try to locate the rebel leader for special punishment by offering a pardon and return to enslavement if the men will identify Spartacus, living or dead.
Every surviving man responds by shouting "I'm Spartacus! As a result, Crassus has them all sentenced to death by crucifixion along the Via Appia between Rome and Capua , where the revolt began.
Meanwhile, Crassus has found Varinia and Spartacus's newborn son and has taken them prisoner. He is disturbed by the idea that Spartacus can command more love and loyalty than he can and hopes to compensate by making Varinia as devoted to him as she was to her former husband.
When she rejects him, he furiously seeks out Spartacus whom he recognizes from having watched him at Batiatus' school and forces him to fight Antoninus to the death.
The survivor is to be crucified, along with all the other men captured after the great battle. Spartacus kills Antoninus to spare him this terrible fate.
The incident leaves Crassus worried about Spartacus's potential to live in legend as a martyr. In other matters, he is also worried about Caesar, whom he senses will someday eclipse him.
Gracchus, having seen Rome fall into tyranny, commits suicide. Before doing so, he bribes his friend Batiatus to rescue Spartacus's family from Crassus and carry them away to freedom.
On the way out of Rome, the group passes under Spartacus's cross. Varinia is able to comfort him in his dying moments by showing him his little son, who will grow up free and knowing who his father was.
Douglas had worked with Wyler before on Detective Story , and was disappointed when Wyler chose Charlton Heston instead. Shortly after, Edward Eddie Lewis, a vice president in Douglas's film company, Bryna Productions named after Douglas's mother , had Douglas read Howard Fast 's novel, Spartacus , which had a related theme—an individual who challenges the might of the Roman Empire—and Douglas was impressed enough to purchase an option on the book from Fast with his own financing.
Universal Studios eventually agreed to finance the film after Douglas persuaded Olivier, Laughton, and Ustinov to act in it.
Lewis became the producer of the film, with Douglas taking executive producer credit. Lewis subsequently produced other films for Douglas.
With Dalton Trumbo's screenplay being completed in two weeks, Universal and Douglas won the "Spartacus" race. Howard Fast was originally hired to adapt his own novel as a screenplay , but he had difficulty working in the format.
He was replaced by Dalton Trumbo , who had been blacklisted as one of the Hollywood Ten , and intended to use the pseudonym "Sam Jackson".
Kirk Douglas insisted that Trumbo be given screen credit for his work, which helped to break the blacklist.
Douglas's intervention on his behalf was praised as an act of courage. In his autobiography, Douglas states that this decision was motivated by a meeting that he, Edward Lewis, and Stanley Kubrick had regarding whose names to put against the screenplay in the film credits, given Trumbo's shaky position with Hollywood executives.
One idea was to credit Lewis as co-writer or sole writer, but Lewis vetoed both suggestions. Kubrick then suggested that his own name be used. Douglas and Lewis found Kubrick's eagerness to take credit for Trumbo's work revolting, and the next day, Douglas called the gate at Universal saying, "I'd like to leave a pass for Dalton Trumbo.
He said, 'Thanks, Kirk, for giving me back my name. Blacklisting effectively ended in when it lost credibility. Trumbo was publicly given credit for two major films.
Otto Preminger made public that Trumbo wrote the screenplay for his film Exodus ,  and Kirk Douglas publicly announced that Trumbo was the screenwriter of Spartacus.
Kennedy publicly ignored a demonstration organized by the American Legion and went to see the film. Douglas fired Mann at the end of the first week of shooting, in which the opening sequence in the quarry had been filmed.
The dismissal or resignation of Mann is mysterious since the opening sequences, filmed at Death Valley , California , set the style for the rest of the film.
Thirty-year-old Stanley Kubrick was hired to take over. He had already directed four feature films including Paths of Glory , also starring Douglas. Spartacus was filmed using the 35 mm Super 70 Technirama format  and then blown up to 70 mm film.
This was a change for Kubrick, who preferred using the standard spherical format. This process allowed him to achieve ultra-high definition and to capture large panoramic scenes.
Kubrick had wanted to shoot the picture in Rome with cheap extras and resources, but Edward Muhl , president of Universal Pictures, wanted to make an example of the film and prove that a successful epic could be made in Hollywood itself and "stem the flood of 'runaway' producers heading for Europe".
Kubrick found working outdoors or in real locations to be distracting; he believed the actors would benefit more from working on a sound stage, where they could fully concentrate.
The battle scenes were filmed on a vast plain outside Madrid. Eight thousand trained soldiers from the Spanish infantry were used to double as the Roman army.
Kubrick directed the armies from the top of specially constructed towers. However, he eventually had to cut all but one of the gory battle scenes, due to negative audience reactions at test screenings.
So precise was Kubrick, that even in arranging the bodies of the slaughtered slaves he had each "corpse" assigned with a number and instructions.
Disputes broke out during the filming. Cinematographer Russell Metty , a veteran with experience working in big pictures such as Orson Welles ' The Stranger and Touch of Evil and Howard Hawks 's Bringing Up Baby ,  complained about Kubrick's unusually precise and detailed instructions for the film's camerawork and disagreed with Kubrick's use of light.
On one occasion he threatened to quit to Ed Muhl , to which Kubrick told him: "You can do your job by sitting in your chair and shutting up.
I'll be the director of photography. Kubrick complained that the character of Spartacus had no faults or quirks. Despite the film being a huge box office success, gaining four Oscars, and being considered to rank among the very best of historical epics, Kubrick later distanced himself from it.
Although his personal mark is a distinct part of the final picture, his contract did not give him complete control over the filming, the only occasion he did not exercise such control over one of his films.
The original score for Spartacus was composed and conducted by six-time Academy Award nominee Alex North. It was nominated by the American Film Institute for their list of greatest film scores.
It is a textbook example of how modernist compositional styles can be adapted to the Hollywood leitmotif technique.
North's score is epic, as befits the scale of the film. After extensive research of music of that period, North gathered a collection of antique instruments that, while not authentically Roman, provided a strong dramatic effect.
These instruments included a sarrusophone , Israeli recorder , Chinese oboe , lute , mandolin , Yugoslav flute, kythara , dulcimer , and bagpipes.
North's prize instrument was the ondioline , similar to an earlier version of the electronic synthesizer , which had never been used in film before.
Much of the music is written without a tonal center , or flirts with tonality in ways that most film composers would not risk. One theme is used to represent both slavery and freedom, but is given different values in different scenes, so that it sounds like different themes.
The love theme for Spartacus and Varinia is the most accessible theme in the film, and there is a harsh trumpet figure for Crassus. The soundtrack album runs less than forty-five minutes and is not very representative of the score.
There were plans to re-record a significant amount of the music with North's friend and fellow film composer Jerry Goldsmith , but the project kept getting delayed.
Goldsmith died in In , the soundtrack was re-released as part of a set, featuring 6 CDs, 1 DVD, and a page booklet.
This is a limited edition of 5, copies. The hearings, where witnesses were demanded to "name names" of supposed communist sympathizers, resemble the climactic scene when the slaves, asked by Crassus to give up their leader by pointing him out from the multitude, each stand up to proclaim, "I'm Spartacus".
Howard Fast, who wrote the book on which the film was based, "was jailed for his refusal to testify, and wrote the novel Spartacus while in prison".
The fight to end segregation and to promote the equality of African-Americans is seen in the mixing of races within the gladiator school as well as in the army of Spartacus where all fight for freedom.
The voice-over at the beginning of the film also depicts Rome as destined to fail by the rise of Christianity:.
In the last century before the birth of the new faith called Christianity which was destined to overthrow the pagan tyranny of Rome and bring about a new society, the Roman Republic stood at the very center of the civilized world.
The age of the dictator was at hand, waiting in shadows for the event to bring it forth. In that same century, in the conquered Greek province of Thrace, an illiterate slave woman added to her master's wealth by giving birth to a son whom she names Spartacus.
A proud rebellious son, who was sold to living death in the mines of Libya, before his thirteenth birthday.
There under whip and chain and sun he lived out his youth and his young manhood, dreaming the death of slavery years before it finally would die.
Thus, Rome is portrayed as the oppressor suffering from its own excesses, where the prospect of Christian salvation is offered as the means to end Roman oppression and slavery.
The film's release occasioned both applause from the mainstream media and protests from anti-communist groups such as the National Legion of Decency , which picketed theaters showcasing the film.
Kennedy crossed a picket line set up by anti-communist organizers to attend the film". The film was re-released in , without 23 minutes that had been in the original release.
For the release, the same 23 minutes were restored by Robert A. Harris , as were another 14 minutes that had been cut from the film before its original release.
The idea for the film's restoration came about after the American Cinematheque asked Universal Pictures for a print of Spartacus following their then-recent tribute to Kirk Douglas.
They were later informed that the original negatives had been cut twice and the colors were badly faded. Kubrick, who had disowned the film, gave his approval to the effort and participated by providing detailed instructions through long-distance communication via phone and fax machine from London.
The original studio black-and-white separation prints, used as a backup in , were used, though the processing lab had to develop a new lens capable of printing the Technirama frame without losing fidelity.
A team of 30 archivists restored several violent battle sequences that had been left out because of the negative reaction of preview audiences.
Among the deleted footage was a bath scene in which the Roman patrician and general Crassus attempts to seduce his slave Antoninus, speaking about the analogy of "eating oysters" and "eating snails" to express his opinion that sexual preference is a matter of taste rather than morality.
The four-minute scene had been removed following an objection by the National Legion of Decency. Tony Curtis, by then 66, was able to re-record his part, but Crassus's voice was an impersonation of Olivier by Anthony Hopkins ,  who had been suggested by Olivier's widow, Joan Plowright.
The actors separately recorded their dialogue. On May 3, the release was expanded into an additional 31 cities in the United States and Canada.
The film was first released on Blu-ray in by Universal Pictures. However, this release was panned by critics and fans alike, mainly due to the lackluster picture quality and sound.
As a result, this release was highly controversial and did poorly in sales. In , for its 55th anniversary, the film went through an extensive 4K digital restoration , from a 6K scan of the reconstruction of the film, in which Robert A.
Harris served as consultant. The film was re-released to Blu-ray Disc on October 6, , featuring a p transfer of the restoration in 2.
Special features include a featurette on the restoration, a interview with Kirk Douglas , and several features from the Criterion Collection DVD.
The restoration had originally been scheduled to have its theatrical premiere in March at the TCM Classic Film Festival ,  but was pulled from the festival,  and from a July engagement in Chicago, because the restoration had not been completed in time.
Spartacus was a commercial success upon its release and became the highest-grossing film of Variety declared in a contemporary review, "'Spartacus' appears to have what it takes to satisfy the multitudes Kubrick has out- DeMilled the old master in spectacle, without ever permitting the story or the people who are at the core of the drama to become lost in the shuffle.
He demonstrates here a technical talent and comprehension of human values. Scott of the Los Angeles Times praised the "fabulous cast," Trumbo's "expert screenplay" and "impressive" climactic battle scenes, writing, "Here young director Stanley Kubrick gives notice that from now on he's definitely to be reckoned with.
His use of cameras and handling of people are very effective and skillful. Coe of The Washington Post wrote that the film "achieves the unlikely triumph of being intimate on a big scale, a lengthy spectacle consistently interesting for reasons that may vary from scene to scene.
A thinking man's star-studded spectacle. What redeems the picture is several stretches of good acting, especially by Peter Ustinov and Laurence Olivier; the intrinsic interestingness of the physical details accurately scaled interiors of Roman houses, Roman legions marching exactly as they must have marched ; and the directorial aplomb of Stanley Kubrick, who handles his crowd scenes with extraordinary grace.
Not all reviews were positive. Bosley Crowther of The New York Times called the film a "spotty, uneven drama" that "comes out a romantic mish-mash of a strange episode in history.
The performances are equally uneven. Douglas sets his blunt, horse-opera style against the toga-clad precision of Mr. Laughton and the Roman-nosed gentility of Mr.
Unhappily he does not make up for his verbal deficiencies by mobility of countenance, maintaining the same wooden grimace through more than three hours of trial and suffering.
Hopper stated, "The story was sold to Universal from a book written by a commie and the screen script was written by a commie, so don't go to see it.
Roger Ebert , reviewing the restored version, gave the film three stars out of four and wrote, "Two things stand up best over the years: the power of the battle spectacles, and the strength of certain performances — especially Olivier's fire, Douglas' strength, and Laughton's mild amusement at the foibles of humankind.
The most entertaining performance in the movie, consistently funny, is by Ustinov, who upstages everybody when he is onscreen he won an Oscar.
The critical consensus states: "Featuring terrific performances and epic action, Kubrick's restored swords-and-sandals epic is a true classic.
In June , American Film Institute revealed its " 10 Top 10 "—the best ten films in ten "classic" American film genres—after polling over 1, people from the creative community.
Spartacus was acknowledged as the fifth best film in the epic genre. In the climactic scene, recaptured slaves are asked to identify Spartacus in exchange for leniency; instead, each slave proclaims himself to be Spartacus, thus sharing his fate.
The documentary Trumbo  suggests that this scene was meant to dramatize the solidarity of those accused of being Communist sympathizers during the McCarthy Era who refused to implicate others, and thus were blacklisted.
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Goofs Referring to leaving Italy by sea, several characters, including Antoninus, refer to the port of Brundusium.
The actual port, in ancient times, was known as Brundisium. The discrepancy could be regarded as a variation in pronunciation, until the midpoint of the film, when the pirate emissary points to a map of Southern Italy in Spartacus's camp tent, clearly showing the misspelled city of Brundusium.
The other cities on the map - Metapontum, Capua, Tarentum, for example - are historically correct in the Latin spelling of their names.
Quotes [ first lines ] Narrator : In the last century before the birth of the new faith called Christianity, which was destined to overthrow the pagan tyranny of Rome and bring about a new society, the Roman Republic stood at the very center of the civilized world.
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Top Questions. Overview of Spartacus's life, including a discussion of the Gladiatorial War. A few of them impressed me, as I had deemed them to be c-graded actors a long time ago Xena, anyone?
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To avoid spoilers I will not say much about the story. Nearing the end you will beg for more! I will root for Spartacus in season 2 and 3, and 4.
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