Unimaginative but intelligent filming of the Shakespeare play, in black and white, with a team of MGM’s finest circa 1953—Louis Calhern, Greer Garson—aided and abetted by James Mason, John Gielgud, Edmond O’Brien, Deborah Kerr, George Macready, and none other than Marlon Brando as Mark Antony. Joseph L. Mankiewicz directed and adapted, and Miklos Rozsa did the score. John Houseman produced, but this clearly isn’t a patch on the modern-dress, politicized stage version he did with Orson Welles in the 30s.