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XXIV But bringing up the rear of this bright host A Spirit of a different aspect waves His wings, like thunder-clouds above some coast Whose barren beach with frequent wrecks is paved; His brow was like the deep when tempest-toss'd; Fierce and unfathomable thoughts engraved Eternal wrath on his immortal face, And where he gazed a gloom pervaded space. XXV As he drew near, he gazed upon the gate Ne'er to be enter'd more by him or Sin, With such a glance of supernatural hate, As made Saint Peter wish himself within; He potter'd with his keys at a great rate, And sweated through his apostolic skin: Of course his perspiration was but ichor, Or some such other spiritual liquor.
XXIV The very cherubs huddled all together, Like birds when soars the falcon; and they felt A tingling to the top of every feather, And form'd a circle like Orion's belt Around their poor old charge; who scarce knew whither His guards had led him, though they gently dealt With royal manes for by many stories, And true, we learn the angels all are Tories.
XXVII As things were in this posture, the gate flew Asunder, and the flashing of its hinges Flung over space an universal hue Of many-colour'd flame, until its tinges Reach'd even our speck of earth, and made a new Aurora borealis spread its fringes O'er the North Pole; the same seen, when ice-bound, By Captain Parry's crew, in 'Melville's Sound.
XXIX 'Twas the archangel Michael; all men know The make of angels and archangels, since There's scarce a scribbler has not one to show, From the fiends' leader to the angels' prince; There also are some altar-pieces, though I really can't say that they much evince One's inner notions of immortal spirits; But let the connoisseurs explain their merits. XXX Michael flew forth in glory and in good; A goodly work of him from whom all glory And good arise; the portal past — he stood; Before him the young cherubs and saints hoary — I say young, begging to be understood By looks, not years; and should be very sorry To state, they were not older than St.
Peter, But merely that they seem'd a little sweeter. XXXI The cherubs and the saints bow'd down before That arch-angelic Hierarch, the first Of essences angelical, who wore The aspect of a god; but this ne'er nursed Pride in his heavenly bosom, in whose core No thought, save for his Master's service, durst Intrude, however glorified and high; He knew him but the viceroy of the sky.
XXXII He and the sombre, silent Spirit met — They knew each other both for good and ill; Such was their power, that neither could forget His former friend and future foe; but still There was a high, immortal, proud regret In either's eye, as if 'twere less their will Than destiny to make the eternal years Their date of war, and their 'champ clos' the spheres.
XXXIII But here they were in neutral space: we know From Job, that Satan hath the power to pay A heavenly visit thrice a year or so; And that the 'sons of God', like those of clay, Must keep him company; and we might show From the same book, in how polite a way The dialogue is held between the Powers Of Good and Evil — but 'twould take up hours.
XXXV The spirits were in neutral space, before The gates of heaven; like eastern thresholds is The place where Death's grand cause is argued o'er, And souls despatch'd to that world or to this; And therefore Michael and the other wore A civil aspect: though they did not kiss, Yet still between his Darkness and his Brightness There pass'd a mutual glance of great politeness.
XXXVI The Archangel bow'd, not like a modern beau, But with a graceful Oriental bend, Pressing one radiant arm just where below The heart in good men is supposed to tend; He turn'd as to an equal, not too low, But kindly; Satan met his ancient friend With more hauteur, as might an old Castilian Poor noble meet a mushroom rich civilian. XXXVII He merely bent his diabolic brow An instant; and then raising it, he stood In act to assert his right or wrong, and show Cause why King George by no means could or should Make out a case to be exempt from woe Eternal, more than other kings, endued With better sense and hearts, whom history mentions, Who long have 'paved hell with their good intentions.
What ill Hath he wrought since his mortal race began, That thou cans't claim him? XL 'Look to our earth, or rather mine; it was, Once, more thy master's: but I triumph not In this poor planet's conquest; nor, alas!
Need he thou servest envy me my lot: With all the myriads of bright worlds which pass In worship round him, he may have forgot Yon weak creation of such paltry things; I think few worth damnation save their kings, — XLI 'And these but as a kind of quit-rent, to Assert my right as lord: and even had I such an inclination, 'twere as you Well know superfluous; they are grown so bad, That hell has nothing better left to do Than leave them to themselves: so much more mad And evil by their own internal curse, Heaven cannot make them better, nor I worse.
XLII 'Look to the earth, I said, and say again: When this old, blind, mad, helpless, weak, poor worm Began in youth's first bloom and flush to reign, The world and he both wore a different form, And must of earth and all the watery plain Of ocean call'd him king: through many a storm His isles had floated on the abyss of time; For the rough virtues chose them for their clime. XLIII 'He came to his sceptre young: he leaves it old: Look to the state in which he found his realm, And left it; and his annals too behold, How to a minion first he gave the helm; How grew upon his heart a thirst for gold, The beggar's vice, which can but overwhelm The meanest of hearts; and for the rest, but glance Thine eye along America and France.
XLV 'He ever warr'd with freedom and the free: Nations as men, home subjects, foreign foes, So that they utter'd the word "Liberty! Whose History was ever stain'd as his will be With national and individual woes?
I grant his household abstinence; I grant His neutral virtues, which most monarchs want; XLVI 'I know he was a constant consort; own He was a decent sire, and middling lord.
All this is much, and most upon a throne; As temperance, if at Apicius' board, Is more than at an anchorite's supper shown. I grant him all the kindest can accord; And this was well for him, but not for those Millions who found him what oppression chose. XLVII 'The New World shook him off; the Old yet groans Beneath what he and his prepared, if not Completed: he leaves heirs on many thrones To all his vices, without what begot Compassion for him — his tame virtues; drones Who sleep, or despots who have not forgot A lesson which shall be re-taught them, wake Upon the thrones of earth; but let them quake!
Cold Must be your souls, if you have not abhorr'd The foe to Catholic participation In all the license of a Christian nation. XLIX 'True! L 'Sooner will I with Cerberus exchange My office and his no sinecure Than see this royal Bedlam bigot range The azure fields of heaven, of that be sure!
Pray, not so fast; you both outrun discretion. Saint Peter! Have you got more to say? LIII This was a signal unto such damn'd souls As have the privilege of their damnation Extended far beyond the mere controls Of worlds past, present, or to come; no station Is theirs particularly in the rolls Of hell assign'd; but where their inclination Or business carries them in search of game, They may range freely — being damn'd the same.
I borrow my comparisons from clay, Being clay myself. Let not those spirits be Offended with such base low likenesses; We know their posts are nobler far than these. LV When the great signal ran from heaven to hell — About ten million times the distance reckon'd From our sun to its earth, as we can tell How much time it takes up, even to a second, For every ray that travels to dispel The fogs of London, through which, dimly beacon'd, The weathercocks are gilt some thrice a year, If that the summer is not too severe; LVI I say that I can tell — 'twas half a minute; I know the solar beams take up more time Ere, pack'd up for their journey, they begin it; But then their telegraph is less sublime, And if they ran a race, they would not win it 'Gainst Satan's couriers bound for their own clime.
The sun takes up some years for every ray To reach its goal — the devil not half a day. But such a cloud! No land e'er saw a crowd Of locusts numerous as the heavens saw these; They shadow'd with their myriads space; their loud And varied cries were like those of wild geese If nations may be liken'd to a gooseAnd realised the phrase of 'hell broke loose.
LXI When Michael saw this host, he first grew pale, As angels can; next, like Italian twilight, He turn'd all colours — as a peacock's tail, Or sunset streaming through a Gothic skylight In some old abbey, or a trout not stale, Or distant lightning on the horizon by night, Or a fresh rainbow, or a grand review Of thirty regiments in red, green, and blue.
LXII Then he address'd himself to Satan: 'Why — My good old friend, for such I deem you, though Our different parties make us fight so shy, I ne'er mistake you for a personal foe; Our difference is political, and I Trust that, whatever may occur below, You know my great respect for you; and this Makes me regret whate'er you do amiss — LXIII 'Why, my dear Lucifer, would you abuse My call for witnesses?
I did not mean That Judgement Burning - Victor ;Crucial; And The Astral Touch Singers / Admiral Vernon - Judgement Burning / Natural Fact (Vinyl) should half of earth and hell produce; 'Tis even superfluous, since two honest, clean True testimonies are enough: we lose Our time, nay, our eternity, between The accusation and defence: if we Hear both, 'twill stretch our immortality. LXVII The spirit look'd around upon the crowds Assembled, and exclaim'd, 'My friends of all The spheres, we shall catch cold amongst these clouds; So let's to business: why this general call?
If those are freeholders I see in shrouds, And 'tis for an election that they bawl, Behold a candidate with unturn'd coat! Saint Peter, may I count upon your vote? In faith, not I. Besides, I beat him hollow at the last, With all his Lords and Commons: in the sky I don't like ripping up old stories, since His conduct was but natural in a prince. LXXI 'Foolish, no doubt, and wicked, to oppress A poor unlucky devil without a shilling; But then I blame the man himself much less Than Bute and Grafton, and shall be unwilling To see him punish'd here for their excess, Since they were both damn'd long ago, and still in Their place below: for me, I have forgiven, And vote his "habeas corpus" into heaven.
LXXV The shadow came — a tall, thin, grey-hair'd figure, That look'd as it had been a shade on earth; Quick in it motions, with an air of vigour, But nought to mar its breeding or its birth; Now it wax'd little, then again grew bigger, With now an air of gloom, or savage mirth; But as you gazed upon its features, they Changed every instant — to what, none could say.
LXXVI The more intently the ghosts gazed, the less Could they distinguish whose the features were; The Devil himself seem'd puzzled even to guess; They varied like a dream — now here, now there; And several people swore from out the press They knew him perfectly; and one could swear He was his father: upon which another Was sure he was his mother's cousin's brother: LXXVII Another, that he was a duke, or a knight, An orator, a lawyer, or a priest, A nabob, a man-midwife; but the wight Mysterious changed his countenance at least As oft as they their minds; though in full sight He stood, the puzzle only was increased; The man was a phantasmagoria in Himself — he was so volatile and thin.
Malaprop ; then you might deem That he was not even one; now many rays Were flashing round him; and now a thick steam Hid him from sight — like fogs on London days: Now Burke, now Tooke he grew to people's fancies, And certes often like Sir Philip Francis.
LXXX I've an hypothesis — 'tis quite my own; I never let it out till now, for fear Of doing people harm about the throne, And injuring some minister or peer, On whom the stigma might perhaps be blown; It is — my gentle public, lend thine ear! LXXXI I don't see wherefore letters should not be Written without hands, since we daily view Them written without heads; and books, we see, Are fill'd as well without the latter too: And really till we fix on somebody For certain sure to claim them as his due, Their author, like the Niger's mouth, will bother The world to say if there be mouth or author.
Thou wast Too bitter — is it not so? When his burden down he laid, 'What's this? I have sprain'd My left wing, he's so heavy; one would think Some of his works about his neck were chain'd. But to the point; while hovering o'er the brink Of Skiddaw where as usual it still rain'dI saw a taper, far below me, wink, And stooping, caught this fellow at a libel — No less on history than the Holy Bible. I snatch'd him up just as you see him there, And brought him off for sentence out of hand: I've scarcely been ten minutes in the air — At least a quarter it can hardly be: I dare say that his wife is still at tea.
XCI But ere the spavin'd dactyls could be spurr'd Into recitative, in great dismay Both cherubim and seraphim were heard To murmur loudly through their long array: And Michael rose ere he could get a word Of all his founder'd verses under way. And cried, 'For God's sake stop, my friend! Which seem'd to hold all verse in detestation; The angels had of course enough of song When upon service; and the generation Of ghosts had heard too much in life, not long Before, Judgement Burning - Victor ;Crucial; And The Astral Touch Singers / Admiral Vernon - Judgement Burning / Natural Fact (Vinyl) profit by a new occasion; The monarch, mute till then, exclaim'd, 'What!
Pye come again? Stanley Kramer rescheduled her scenes, but it still took her friends and handlers four hours to calm her down. According to Abby MannStanley Kramer was working with such an experienced powerhouse cast that he had little need to give detailed direction and just let them follow their instincts. The film had its world premiere in Berlin sponsored by the city's mayor, Willy Brandt. When Associated Press reporter Bob Thomas, a longtime friend of Spencer Tracy 's, visited the set and asked Burt Lancaster jokingly, in reference to the all-star cast, how he was dealing with all the "ham" on display, Lancaster didn't respond and walked away with a shrug.
A few days later when Thomas returned to the set and said hello to his old friend, Tracy replied gruffly, "What the hell are you doing here? Attempting to interview Tracy, Thomas was met only with an angry, "I suppose you've come around to talk to the hams. Judy Garland persuaded Maximilian Schell to be more hostile towards her during the cross-examination Judgement Burning - Victor ;Crucial; And The Astral Touch Singers / Admiral Vernon - Judgement Burning / Natural Fact (Vinyl).
Afterward, she sent him flowers and a little note that said "Thank you for being so mean to me. Judy Garland was coached in her accent by a linguist recommended by the German-born actress Uta Hagen. Only three Nazis from the original International Nuremberg trials were still in Spandau upon release of this movie. The end title card which states that of Judgement Burning - Victor ;Crucial; And The Astral Touch Singers / Admiral Vernon - Judgement Burning / Natural Fact (Vinyl) imprisoned defendants none remained in prison as ofrefers only to the later trials which took place in the American Zone, not the famous International Tribunal.
Since he was only scheduled for five days work which stretched to ten due to Spencer Tracy 's illnessMontgomery Clift decided to avoid the agony of drying out, which he usually did for his other acting jobs. Instead he drank quite openly every moment of the shoot when he was not in front of the camera, dumping out most of the contents of an orange juice carton and refilling it with vodka.
Perhaps fearing he wouldn't be able to perform some of Mann's longer passages of dialogue, Montgomery Clift asked Stanley Kramer if he could change some of the dialogue where necessary. Kramer told him he could have a certain amount of flexibility.
Spencer Tracy enjoyed playing practical jokes on people and getting the goat of some of his fellow cast members. Entertainment writer Charles Hyams recalls Tracy telling him exactly how much Burt Lancaster was being paid for his role as a repentant German jurist and told Hyams to check with the actor to confirm it.
When Hyams asked, Lancaster, who was never known for his sense of humor, was furious while Tracy sat back watching and laughing. Before accepting the role, Burt Lancaster insisted on a guarantee that he would not have to shoot outside Hollywood.
This is one of only seven films to receive more than one Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. In this instance, Maximilian Schell and Spencer Tracy were so nominated. Murray Abraham and Tom Hulce were nominated. Of the actors in question, only Schell and Abraham won the Academy Award for Best Actor for the relevant performances.
The exteriors approximately fifteen percent of the footage were shot on location in Nuremberg and Berlin. Montgomery Clift as originally offered the part of Colonel Tad Lawson, but was more interested in the smaller role of Rudolph Peterson.
On the day Spencer Tracy gave his eleven-minute summation speech, the set at Universal Pictures was packed to the rafters with celebrities and studio executives. Stanley Kramer shot it in a single take, not because he thought breaking it up would necessarily lessen the impact of the words but because he knew he would get the maximum emotional payoff out of Tracy without having to start and stop.
To be sure he had the coverage he needed without scheduling a reshoot, Kramer had the speech filmed with two cameras simultaneously from two different angles. Aside from his occasional off-camera pranks, Spencer Tracy took the work very seriously and expected others to do the same.
When an actor playing one of the American judges continued to eat a pastrami sandwich between takes, Tracy blew up and said, "How the hell can we be passing judgment on four guys, imprisoning them for life for war crimes beyond comprehension, and knowing all that, how the hell can you munch on that sandwich? He brought his statuette to the set to show Spencer Tracy. Marlene Dietrich was reluctant to play her role until every detail was ironed out to her satisfaction.
She insisted her frequent designer Jean Louis create all her clothes. Dietrich also had Stanley Kramer alter the painting of the man who was supposed to be her dead military officer husband because she didn't think he looked dignified enough. Each day she would march onto the set and immediately give orders about how she was to be lighted and where the camera should be placed.
The family emigrated to the U. A stage adaptation, also written by Abby Mannwas produced on Broadway many years later. It starred Maximilian Schell in a different role, this time as Ernst Janning, the role played by Burt Lancaster in the film. Stanley Kramer wanted to film in the original courtroom where the real trials took place, but it was still in use and unavailable to him. He had a mock-up built in the studio, scaled down for greater efficiency in photographing the action.
Of the four Nazi judges on trial in "Judgement at Nuremberg", two were directly drawn from history. He was a distinguished jurist who wrote several highly-regarded German law books before Hitler came to power. Schlegelberger was forced to join the Nazi party in but nevertheless went along Judgement Burning - Victor ;Crucial; And The Astral Touch Singers / Admiral Vernon - Judgement Burning / Natural Fact (Vinyl) enacting the regime's heinous policies.
These facts counted against him at his trial. Schlegelberger was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment in He was released inallegedly due to age and infirmity, although he would live another 20 years. The unrepentant Emil Hahn, performed by Werner Klempererwas not actually a judge. His character was drawn from former Nuremberg prosecutor Oswald Rothaugwho vigorously enforced the Nazi's "racial purity" laws in court.
He was convicted of crimes against humanity in and sentenced to life. Rothaug was released from prison in The film's remaining indicted judges, Werner Lampe and Friedrich Hofstetter - enacted by Torben Meyer and Martin Brandt - were fictionalized amalgams of the 14 other defendants at the original trial.
Despite being ill with a kidney ailment and other problems exacerbated by his longstanding alcoholism, Spencer Tracy agreed to go to Germany for exterior location shooting and even worked hard when he returned to the studio set in Hollywood.
Katharine Hepburn was reportedly with him throughout the production, keeping an eye on him and caring for him. Tracy's biggest fear was that he would not be able to remember his lines. Stanley Kramer made special arrangements in the shooting schedule to keep Tracy from getting tired, such as agreeing to a contract stipulation that the actor would finish work promptly at every day. Burt Lancaster was originally offered the role of Colonel Tad Lawson, but he turned it down. Bertholt, played by Marlene Dietrichis the widow of a German general who had been executed for war crimes.
She bitterly recalls how her husband had asked to "die like a soldier" in front of a firing squad, but was denied. This identifies General Bertholt's real-life counterpart as field marshal Wilhelm Keitel, who requested this of the American tribunal before he was hanged at Nuremberg in Colonel Lawson's narrative regarding extermination camps, in which he details how genocide took place at Dachau, is actually incorrect as it was Auschwitz, in Poland, where the majority of these actions took place Dachau was mainly a camp for political prisoners and never conducted the same wide scale exterminations as Auschwitz.
The reason for this discrepancy was that the viewing audience in was far more familiar with Dachau, located in West Germany and which had been converted into a museum the very same year the film was released. Auschwitz, on the other hand, was behind the Iron Curtain in Communist Poland, still relatively unfamiliar to western audiences, and would not be totally accessible to the west until the s.
In the prison mess hall scene, an inmate named Pohl, played by Otto Waldiscasually explains the industrial killing methods of the Holocaust to the indicted Nazi judges. The character was based on a real-life figure, SS Commander Oswald Pohl, chief administrator of Hitler's concentration camps. In a separate trial he was convicted of crimes against humanity and condemned to death; he appealed the sentence until his execution in Pohl is the only Nazi war criminal portrayed however briefly in "Judgement at Nuremberg" to have suffered the supreme penalty for his actions.
The premiere of the film coincided with the reading of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichman's judgment, which had taken place in Israel at the same time as the movie's filming and production. Howard Caine who played Judy Garland's husband who tries to stop her from testifying, was another Hogan's Heroes cast member. The second of four films that Spencer Tracy made with Stanley Kramer. Screenwriter Abby Mann took considerable dramatic license in adapting the historical events of "Judgement at Nuremberg".
There were 16 defendants at the "Judges Trial"; Mann condensed the number to 4 and conflated their actions. He also moved the time-line of the trial to in order to juxtapose it with the Soviet coup in then-Czechoslovakia, which marked the beginning of the Cold War. He later became a leading constitutional lawyer in the US, opposed McCarthyism in the s and the Vietnam War in the s. He served as technical advisor and host for the first incarnation of "Judgement at Nuremberg", as an episode of the TV series "Playhouse 90" in The space between the attorney's box and the witness stand was forty feet in the real courtroom, which set designers compressed to 28 feet.
Nevertheless, actors in the far distance had to have a lot of light cast on them to stay in focus, causing them to greatly perspire. Virginia Christine Mrs. Virginia playing Hillary St. George, managing an art gallery for Spencer's on-screen wife, Katharine Hepburn. Spencer Tracy, Montgomery Clift, and Judy Garland all died only a few years after this film was completed.
Clift passed away inTracy one year later inand Garland in Abby Mannwho wrote the screenplay, died just one day after Richard Widmarkone of the movie's stars March 25, Brand Writer Abby Mann presented Haywood as an obscure circuit court judge recently defeated for reelection in Maine.
Brand, on the other hand, served on the Oregon Supreme Court from toand was its Chief Justice from to At the time of filming Tracy was 61, the same age Justice Brand was during the Nuremberg trial, and in character he wore the same style of black-rimmed glasses Brand sported.
Having worked well with him on The Defiant OnesStanley Kramer was keen to work with Tony Curtis again but the actor's schedule didn't allow for it. But given so much screen time and the importance of his character, Schell was nominated for the Best Actor.
It's been noted that Maximilian Schell, who won Best Actor, was more a Supporting Actor, but this isn't the first time. It has been called "Category Fraud". Is this interesting? Director Stanley Kramer spoke about how much work was done in a scene where the camera slowly circled Richard Widmark, and that he wishes he'd done it differently.
The scene he's speaking of is Widmark's original statement in court. Throughout the defense, the only judge that Rolfe actually speaks of i. In this picture they share no scenes; but both are German. Here, Waldis plays the prisoner, Pohl: when he tells the story of the concentration camp he helped run, he's in the same shot as Klemperer. While there was a judges' trial in Nuremberg, every character and every detail of the trial process is fictional, Judgement Burning - Victor ;Crucial; And The Astral Touch Singers / Admiral Vernon - Judgement Burning / Natural Fact (Vinyl).
Ernst Janning is a composite of three different judges who were tried. Also, the real Judges' Trial took place inbut the film moves it to so that it can happen against the backdrop of the communist coup in Czechoslovakia and the Berlin Blockade, to explain why US authorities will go easy on the defendants-support from the Germans is needed. During a monologue Spencer Tracys character mentions all of the "people who were gassed at Dachau".
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