War And Peace (1956) - (Original Trailer)
Audrey Hepburn and Henry Fonda star in King Vidor's massive adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's classic War And Peace (1956).
War And Peace (1956) - Marching Away To Fight
Opening scene, King Vidor directing at Cinecittà in Rome, in the Dino De Laurentis/Carlo Ponti production for Paramount, we meet Henry Fonda as an unusually dashing Pierre, with his friends the Rostovs, Barry Jones as Count Ilya, Audrey Hepburn as Natasha, in War And Peace, 1956.
War And Peace (1956) - He Almost Never Smiles
At the country home of the Rostovs, friend Pierre (Henry Fonda) urges mourning Prince Andrei (Mel Ferrer) to move past his grief, though he resists, then he overhears Natasha (Audrey Hepburn), speaking about him, in the Paramount 1956 treatment of Tolstoys War And Peace.
War And Peace (1956) - I'll Do It For Nothing
At the Moscow home of Dolokhov (Helmut Dantine), in a scene modified from Tolstoy, betting Anatol (Vittorio Gassman) he can complete the stunt, to be followed by Pierre (Henry Fonda), until Prince Andrei (Mel Ferrer) intervenes, in King Vidors Italian-made Paramount production, War And Peace, 1956.