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Disraeli(1929)

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  • 'Disraeli' definitely shows its age

    • Robert
    • 2/19/14

    If Disraeli had been as dull and boring as this plodding film, I doubt he'd ever have been made prime minister of England.

  • Disraeli

    • Dashiell B.
    • 2/1/13

    A stagy account of how Benjamin Disraeli managed to claim the Suez Canal. Arliss became the first actor to win an Oscar for recreating a part he had played on the stage, as Disraeli, he plays matchmaker to Bennett & Bushell during a time of political intrigue. Arliss sometimes overacts his scenes & this sometimes plays more like a filmed stage play instead of an actual film. Still entertaining, nonetheless. I give it a 3/5.

  • Disraeli (1928)

    • Jay Higgins
    • 8/12/09

    This classic is showing it's age, but the story is still powerful, and remains a very interesting biography. George Arliss won an Oscar for his acclaimed performance, and he is quite an actor.

  • "Disraeli" (1929) on DVD Sooner Rather than Later

    • Jeffrey Kenison
    • 6/9/08

    I think this movie should be on DVD sooner rather than later. After George Arliss won an Academy Award for best actor in this film.

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