|Cast||Kenneth Branagh Steven Spielberg Martin Scorsese Frank Coghlan Jr. Baby Peggy Angela Lansbury Henry Hathaway A. Arnold Gillespie Agnes de Mille Cecilia DeMille Presley Samuel Goldwyn Betty Lasky Cecil B. DeMille Robert S. Birchard Charles Chaplin Douglas Fairbanks Mary Pickford Richard de Mille Gloria Swanson James D'Arc|
|Runtime||USA:60 min, UK:150 min|
|Plot||Documentary about the legendary American film director from his introduction to the film industry in its early years to his death in 1959. After a falling out with Adolph Zukor, he left Paramount Pictures to found his own company but it too failed and moved on to MGM where his films were less successful than he had hoped. By 1931 DeMille, despite his huge successes in the silent era, was practically unemployable. Given a second chance at Paramount DeMille found his now classic formula of religious or epic tales with more than just a tinge of sex. Firmly re-established, he would stay with the studio for the rest of his career. He became a fervent anti-communist leading to a confrontation with his colleagues in the Directors Guild. He continued making films regardless and died as one of the most commercially successful in Hollywood history.... search for Cecil B. DeMille: American Epic on IMDb|
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