Behold a Pale Horse (1964)
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as Manuel Artiguez
as Lt. Zaganar
as Paco Degas
as Hospital Nurse
as Father Esteban
as Lt. Sanchez
as Horse Dealer
as Cafe Girl
Critic Reviews for Behold a Pale Horse
Omar Sharif shows a warm, sensitive side in this film, playing the role of a young priest torn between obligations of personal morality and the official laws of government.
The film's best asset is the stirring performance by Gregory Peck as an aging revolutionary.
Peck is very good, Quinn is superb, and everyone involved with this powerful movie should take a bow.
Audience Reviews for Behold a Pale Horse
despite having gregory peck and anthony quinn... totally predictable, cliche and unworthy of the two hours. i was hoping it would get better the entire time. it didn't.
All fine actors, all excellent performences. a story that endures and digs at the heart. A rebel with a grand cause. This is a really good movie to see esp. because the balck & white give so much of the dicotomy of good vs bad: law supported vs rebel. Which is really right? The role of the priest [Sharif} assists in undertanding that quandry. What is his choice? moving movie...A+
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