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Spartacus

Title
Spartacus (2022)
Spartacus
Year
2022
Catalog
Genre
IMDB
Rating
7.6 from 10 with total 1300 votes
Premiere
1960-10-13
Runtime
197 minutes
Description
The rebellious Thracian Spartacus, born and raised a slave, is sold to Gladiator trainer Batiatus. After weeks of being trained to kill for the arena, Spartacus turns on his owners and leads the other slaves in rebellion. As the rebels move from town to town, their numbers swell as escaped slaves join their ranks. Under the leadership of Spartacus, they make their way to southern Italy, where they will cross the sea and return to their homes.
Cast

Kirk Douglas character Spartacus

Laurence Olivier character Marcus Licinius Crassus

Jean Simmons character Varinia

Charles Laughton character Sempronius Gracchus

Peter Ustinov character Lentulus Batiatus

John Gavin character Julius Caesar

Nina Foch character Helena Glabrus

John Ireland character Crixus

Herbert Lom character Tigranes Levantus

John Dall character Marcus Publius Glabrus

Woody Strode character Draba

Harold J. Stone character David

Charles McGraw character Marcellus

Joanna Barnes character Claudia Marius

Peter Brocco character Ramon

Paul Lambert character Gannicus

Robert J. Wilke character Guard captain

Nick Dennis character Dionysius

John Hoyt character Caius

Frederick Worlock character Laelius

Tony Curtis character Antoninus

Paul Baxley character Gladiator (uncredited)

Louie Elias character Gladiator (uncredited)

Brad Harris character Gladiator (uncredited)

Hubie Kerns character Gladiator (uncredited)

Gordon Mitchell character Gladiator (uncredited)

Regis Parton character Gladiator (uncredited)

Victor Paul character Gladiator (uncredited)

Jack Perkins character Gladiator (uncredited)

Wally Rose character Gladiator (uncredited)

Aaron Saxon character Gladiator (uncredited)

Tom Steele character Gladiator (uncredited)

Jerry Summers character Gladiator (uncredited)

Shari Lee Bernath character Little Girl (uncredited)

Bill Blackburn character Prisoner (uncredited)

David Bond character Slave (uncredited)

Polly Burson character Slave (uncredited)

Carol Daniels character Slave Girl (uncredited)

Lila Finn character Slave (uncredited)

Harold Goodwin character Slave (uncredited)

Sol Gorss character Slave Leader (uncredited)

Betty Harford character Slave (uncredited)

Harry Harvey Jr. character Slave (uncredited)

Wayne Heffley character Slave Guard (uncredited)

Lars Hensen character Slave (uncredited)

Charles Horvath character Slave Leader (uncredited)

Shep Houghton character Slave (uncredited)

Pete Kellett character Slave (uncredited)

Joan McKellen character Slave (uncredited)

Eddie Parker character Slave (uncredited)

Gil Perkins character Slave Leader (uncredited)

Chuck Roberson character Slave (uncredited)

Frosty Royce character Slave (uncredited)

Autumn Russell character Slave Girl (uncredited)

Kay Stewart character Slave (uncredited)

Kay Stewart character Slave Girl (uncredited)

Helen Thurston character Slave (uncredited)

Louise Vincent character Slave at Gracchus' Home (uncredited)

Joe Canutt character Soldier (uncredited)

Bill Catching character Soldier (uncredited)

Chuck Courtney character Soldier (uncredited)

Chuck Hayward character Soldier (uncredited)

Robert F. Hoy character Soldier (uncredited)

Valley Keene character Soldier (uncredited)

George Kennedy character Rebel Soldier (uncredited)

Cliff Lyons character Soldier (uncredited)

Bill Raisch character Soldier Whose Arm is Hacked Off (uncredited)

Buddy Van Horn character Soldier (uncredited)

Jack Williams character Soldier (uncredited)

Paul E. Burns character Fimbria (uncredited)

Wayne Burson character Guard (uncredited)

Dick Crockett character Guard (uncredited)

John Daheim character Capua Guard (uncredited)

Carey Loftin character Guard (uncredited)

Harvey Parry character Guard (uncredited)

Ronnie Rondell Jr. character Guard (uncredited)

Don Turner character Guard (uncredited)

Peter Virgo character Guard (uncredited)

Fred Zendar character Guard (uncredited)

Ted de Corsia character Legionnaire (uncredited)

Terence de Marney character Majordomo (uncredited)

Johnny Duncan character Beheaded Man (uncredited)

Roy Engel character Roman Businessman (uncredited)

Paul Keast character Roman Businessman (uncredited)

Kenner G. Kemp character Roman Senator (uncredited)

Paul Kruger character Roman Senator (uncredited)

Otto Malde character Roman General (uncredited)

Scott Seaton character Roman Senator (uncredited)

Richard Farnsworth character Salt Mine Slave / Gladiator / Slave General (uncredited)

Logan Field character Centurion (uncredited)

John Stephenson character Centurion (uncredited)

Robert Fuller character Extra (uncredited)

Jeanne Gerson character Woman Selling Chestnuts (uncredited)

Seamon Glass character Pirate (uncredited)

Preston Peterson character Pirate (uncredited)

George Robotham character Pirate (uncredited)

James Griffith character Otho (uncredited)

Jack Grinnage character Petitioner (uncredited)

Anthony Jochim character Petitioner (uncredited)

Joe Haworth character Marius (uncredited)

Vinton Hayworth character Metallius (uncredited)

Loren Janes character Salt Mine Slave / Gladiator / Slave General (uncredited)

Jil Jarmyn character Julia (uncredited)

Aron Kincaid character Crassus' Standard-Bearer (uncredited)

Dayton Lummis character Symmachus (uncredited)

Bob Morgan character Galeno (uncredited)

Tracy Olsen character Girl (uncredited)

Leonard Penn character Garrison Officer (uncredited)

Vic Perrin character Narrator (voice) (uncredited)

Larry Thor character Staff Officer (uncredited)

Dale van Sickel character Trainer (uncredited)

Carleton Young character Herald (uncredited)

Duke Fishman character Roman Senator (uncredited)

Robert Stevenson character Legionnaire (uncredited)

John Barton character Slave (uncredited)

Jerry Brown character Soldier (uncredited)

John Benson character Guard (uncredited)

Anthony Hopkins character Marcus Licinius Crassus (some scenes, 1991 restoration)