Should you wish to know more about Anthony Quinn, click on the links below which explain not only his incredible life and his contribution to the film industry but to society in general.
In different roles, he was a Filipino, an Eskimo, a Pope in the film The Shoes of a Fisherman, an Arabian in Lawrence of Arabia, to mention a few.
There is so much documented about him that I have selected a couple of links to introduce you to the world of Anthony Quinn.
I found that the Biography Channel portrayed his life to perfection and I have included the link below for your convenience.
The film below, In the 25th Hour, is not well known.
When I was a young man I found this film very interesting and I went to YouTube to try to find the entire film.
Unfortunately, the only thing I found from the film is the last few minutes.
I would like you to view this little clip, specifically in the last few seconds, when the photographer asked him to smile.
The expression on his face is something that is very, very difficult to portray or imitate.
Of course, it is important to try to find a film to view and understand the story.
During World War Two, Johann Moritz, a Romanian Jewish peasant, whose pretty wife is lusted after by the village gendarme, is denounced, arrested, and sent to a concentration camp.
In the camp, the camp commander mistakes him for a new recruit, a volunteer to the SS and he is drafted into the SS.
Ironically, after the war, he is detained by the Allied authorities for his wartime involvement with the SS.
A Romanian peasant (Anthony Quinn) endures eight years of hardship and war in The 25th Hour, a suspense drama set during WWII and based on C. Virgil Gheorghiu’s best-selling novel.
Falsely branded a jew by the district police officer (Gregoire Aslan) who covets his wife (Virna Lisi), Johann Moritz (Quinn) is declared undesirable and deported to a labor camp as punishment. Rescued by a half-mad colonel (Marius Goring) who declares him the perfect Aryan, Moritz joins the SS, where his work for the Nazis could save his life if the Allies don’t hang him first
Anyone who like good films this is the one, I am sorry about the language
The Secret of Santa Vittoria 1969 Anthony Quinn
MUST WATCH, the late great Anthony Quinn, one of the truly great acting performances of any actor of his era or any era for that matter, ENJOY
Anthony Quinn stars in the production of the novel "Top of the World" about Inuk the Eskimo.
The Savage Innocents
Zorba The Greek Movie Trailer
Mikis Theodorakis and Anthony Quinn on 29. July 1995 at the Koenigsplatz in Munich after the concert performance of "Zorba".
'Οταν ένας Έλληνας τους έκανε όλους να χορεύουν Ζορμπά
'When one their Greek made all dance Zormpa
Prophet Muhammad Movie / Anthony Quinn
Anthony Quinn, Katy Jurado, Man From Del Rio 1956
Barrabas 1961, Anthony Quinn, Jack Palance
The Shoes of the Fisherman
The Shoes of the Fisherman Trailer - Directed by Michael Anderson and starring Anthony Quinn, Laurence Olivier, Oskar Werner, David Janssen, Vittorio De Sica.
All eyes are focused on the Vatican, hoping to see the traditional puffs of white smoke that signal the selection of the next Pope.
But this time much more is at stake.
The new pontiff may be the only person who can bring peace to a world hovering on the edge of a nuclear nightmare. Year: 1968 Director: Michael Anderson Starring: Anthony Quinn, Oskar Werner, David Janssen, Vittorio De Sica, Leo McKern, Sir John Gielgud
The Shoes of the Fisherman (Last Scene)
JOHNNY CARSON INTERVIEW ANTHONY QUINN May 18, 1983
Anthony Quinn 55 Highest Rated Movies
Lobo719 I have seen A lot of films with Anthony Quinn, I truly Liked Last Train from Gun Hill. Lawrence of Arabia, and Guns of Navarone.
Flora Robison, I have seen 22 Anthony Quinn movies from these 55 movies included. I believe I have seen others that did not make this list. The lowest-ranked I have seen is Heller in Pink Tights.
The films I have seen include the top 14 movies. Favorite movies are The Guns of Navarone, Lawrence of Arabia, La Strada, The Ox-Bow Incident, Lust For Life, Road to Morocco, They Died With Their Boots On, Last Train From Gun Hill, Warlock, Blood, and Sand, The World in His Arms, Behold a Pale Horse, and Sinbad the Sailor. I watched Zorba the Greek for the first time when I was too young to understand it and was upset by the ending. Favorite posters and stills are from The Guns of Navarone, Lawrence of Arabia, La Strada, The Ox-Bow Incident, Zorba the Greek, Viva Zapata!, Lust For Life, Road to Morocco, They Died With Their Boots On, Last Train From Gun Hill, Blood, and Sand, Warlock, Requiem For a Heavyweight (very sad film), Barabbas, Against All Flags, The World in His Arms, Guns For San Sebastian, Behold a Pale Horse, Lost Command, Sinbad the Sailor, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Ride Vaquero!, Attila, and the final portrait.
Bruce Rogerson Nice expanded to video. I have seen 14 of the movies listed. I have seen 4 of the Top 5.....I have not seen La Strada (#2) but I want to. Others that I enjoyed would be #15 Warlock...an underrated western. #45 Last Action Hero....one of the few that seem to like this one. #44 Revenge.....love the ending. Ones I disliked #46 The Destructors...what a waste of time....#31 Behold a Pale Horse....what a wasted cast. Nice video. Voted up. Shared at UMR.
ANTHONY QUINN NEVER BEND FOR MONEY
Bertha Martin Mexico is very proud of Anthony Quinn, his life, his performances, his passion, his personality, his sense of humor, his dancing, and being a 100% great actor.