He produced epic films in Hollywood for almost five decades and started Paramount Pictures. His name was Cecil B. DeMille, and he died this day, Jan. 21, 1959. His best-known films include: "Samson and Delilah," "The Ten Commandments" and "The Greatest Show on Earth," for which he won an Academy Award. At the opening of "The Ten Commandments," Cecil B. DeMille stated: "Man has made 32 million laws since the Commandments were handed down to Moses on Mount Sinai ... but he has never improved on God's law. ... They are the charter and guide of human liberty, for there can be no liberty without the law."