Spartacus (1960)

Breaking Glabrus' Power

Spartacus (Kirk Douglas) gives Marcus Publius Glabrus (John Dall) an ultimatum to take back to Rome, then rallies his troops for the battle to come.

Directed by Stanley Kubrick.

Released in 1960 by Universal.

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  • primary-genre: Classics
  • primary-genre: Action and Adventure
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  • secondary-genre: Dramas
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  • mood: Inspiring
  • mood: Angry
  • mood: Exciting
  • prop: Horse
  • prop: Staff
  • setting: Barracks
  • setting: Battlefield
  • theme: Values
  • theme: Motivation
  • theme: Success
  • theme: Leadership
  • theme: Teamwork
  • theme: Preparation
  • theme: War
  • actor: John Ireland
  • actor: John Dall
  • actor: Kirk Douglas
  • director: Stanley Kubrick
  • producer: Kirk Douglas
  • producer: Edward Lewis
  • producer: James C. Katz
  • cinematographer: Russell Metty
  • composer: Alex North
  • editor: Robert Lawrence
  • editor: Irving Lerner
  • costume-designer: Valles
  • costume-designer: William Ware Theiss
  • production-designer: Alexander Golitzen
  • role-name: Crixus
  • role-name: Marcus Publius Glabrus
  • role-name: Spartacus
  • screenwriter: Peter Ustinov
  • screenwriter: Howard Fast
  • screenwriter: Dalton Trumbo
  • screenwriter: Calder Willingham
  • year: 1960
  • studio: Universal