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Behold a Pale Horse, Movie, 1964 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Deine Zeit ist um (Germany)
  • ...og så kom hævnens time (Denmark)
  • Y llegó el día de la venganza (Spain)
  • Ja koston hetki koitti (Finland)
  • Et vint le jour de la vengeance (France)
  • ...e venne il giorno della vendetta (Italy)
  • La sangre llama (Mexico)
  • Chegou a Hora da Vingança (Portugal)

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Alessandro58 CH

2012-02-17 13:53

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-02-17 21:05

Filmed in France, according to the IMDB.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0057879/locations

The Spanish government refused permission to film in Spain:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Behold_a_Pale_Horse_%28film%29#Production

Gongora ES

2021-12-19 17:27

Gag Halfrunt wrote Filmed in France, according to the IMDB.
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0057879/locations

The Spanish government refused permission to film in Spain:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Behold_a_Pale_Horse_%28film%29#Production

The story of this movie is very curious. Zinnemann and Trauner were in October 1962 in Vitoria, Spain (the city where I live) and shot some scenes and took notes to recreate the city in the Paris studio. Franco did not give them permission to record due to the political nature of the film, but there are about 10 seconds, separated into 3 scenes in which Vitoria actually appears. So it is also filmed in Vitoria, Spain.
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chicomarx BE

2021-12-19 18:40

Nice to see the city center was preserved, here most of the belle époque was destroyed by modernist architecture in the '60s.

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Gongora ES

2021-12-20 00:48

God, what a disaster !! How could these magnificent buildings be thrown for those so nondescript? This modern promenade could be confused with any coastal city in Spain such as Gijón ... Fortunately, Vitoria was not damaged during the civil war and with the exception of some small palace that was demolished to make such blocks, we have many centenary buildings :king:

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