The Shoes of the Fisherman

The Shoes of the Fisherman

Director: Michael Anderson Cast: Anthony Quinn, Laurence Olivier, Oskar Werner

DVD (Wide Screen / Subtitled)

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Product Details

Release Date: 04/04/2006
UPC: 0012569517424
Original Release: 1968
Rating: G
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 2:42:00
Sales rank: 8,508

Special Features

Closed Caption; Soundtrack remastered in Dolby Digital 5.1; Vintage featurette "The Shoes of the Fisherman"; Theatrical trailer; English and French languages; English, French and Spanish subtitles

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Anthony Quinn Pope Kiril Lakota
Laurence Olivier Premier Kamenev
Oskar Werner Father David Telemond
David Janssen George Faber
Vittorio De Sica Cardinal Rinaldi
Leo McKern Cardinal Leone
John Gielgud The Elder Pope
Barbara Jefford Ruth Faber
Rosemarie Dexter Chiara
Burt Kwouk Chairman Peng
Arnoldo Foa Gelasio
Paul Rogers Augustinian
George Pravda Gorshenin
John Frederick American Cardinal
Oskar Ikemer David Telemond
Al Thomas African Cardinal
Frank Finlay Igor Bounin
Clive Revill Vucovich
Niall MacGinnis Capuchin Monk
Marne Maitland Cardinal Rahamani
Isa Miranda The Marchesa
Gerald Harper Brian
Leopoldo Trieste Dying Man's Friend
Peter Copley English Cardinal
Arthur Howard English Cardinal
Jean Rougeul Dominican

Technical Credits
Michael Anderson Director
Tony Brandt Asst. Director
Arrigo Breschi Set Decoration/Design
Edward C. Carfagno Art Director,Production Designer
George W. Davis Art Director
George Englund Producer
Amato Garbini Makeup
Erwin Hillier Cinematographer
James Kennaway Screenwriter
Franklin E. Milton Sound/Sound Designer
Alex North Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision
John Patrick Screenwriter
Orietta Vasalli-Rocca Costumes/Costume Designer
Ernest Walter Editor
Morris West Original Story

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Shoes of the Fisherman
1. Overture [4:01]
2. Credits [1:58]
3. Out of Siberia [3:56]
4. Strings Attached [2:02]
5. World Gone Mad [6:05]
6. Unpublished Philosopher [3:22]
7. Streets of Rome [5:42]
8. Elevated to Cardinal [3:27]
9. Between Two Women [2:29]
10. Prayerful Wishes [3:58]
11. Divine Plan or Heresy? [5:58]
12. George's Location [1:34]
13. Death Toll and Rituals [7:06]
14. Where Do We Go? [4:32]
15. Conclave Begins [3:19]
16. Voting [7:30]
17. End of the Rule Book [1:54]
18. Moral Tightrope [3:41]
19. Proclaimed Pope [2:59]
20. Habemus Papem [1:32]
21. Intermission [5:24]
22. Entr'Acte [:47]
23. Dangerous Situation [1:14]
24. The Right Word [3:26]
25. How Does One Get Out? [5:48]
26. Close Encounters [5:32]
27. Shalom [3:18]
28. In Prison [3:21]
29. Red Light [5:43]
30. Telemond's Beliefs [3:38]
31. Love and Hate [5:01]
32. High and Low [4:54]
33. Gains and Losses [3:32]
34. Stricken Men [4:39]
35. Two Confessions [4:44]
36. I Stand With Peter [5:24]
37. Day of Investiture [2:49]
38. Papal Pledge [6:22]
39. Cast List [6:05]
40. Exit Music [:44]

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The Shoes of the Fisherman 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Excellent Show. Displays some of the politics surrounding world events while maintaining that humility is true power. I highly recommend this to anyone who is a supervisor or boss or maybe owner of their own company. It shows you can do great things just by being yourself and never losing touch with what is really important, Life...
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie reveals the full election process of a pope in the Catholic Church. It shows how a priest life changes onces he is elected pope. He is faced with many important decisions and he also loses much of his personal freedom. I love this movie. I don't no why it wasn't supported at the box office. I really enjoyed this movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Boring as all get out! Don't waste your time. It's sad to see Laurence Olivier in the first of many over-hyped, awful films he made in order to have a financial cushion in his old age. Would-be-viewers -- spend your money on tickets to good theater instead of this pompous tripe!