King Richard and the Third Crusade (1190-1192) are given the DeMille treatment with more spectacle than history.
|Loretta Young||饰||Berengaria - Princess of Navarre|
|亨利·威尔克松 (Henry Wilcoxon)||饰||Richard - King of England|
|Ian Keith||饰||Saladin - Sultan of Islam|
|C. Aubrey Smith||饰||The Hermit|
|凯瑟琳·德米勒 (Katherine DeMille)||饰||Alice - Princess of France (as Katherine De Mille)|
Wonders to dazzle the human imagination - in a flaming love story set in titanic world conflict!
You need ten eyes to see..ten ears to hear...ten hearts to feel...the tumultuous surge and glory of this mighty sepctacle, this shining romance...as impassioned now as when it first awed the world with its perfection!
- 声音混合： Mono (Western Electric Noiseless Recording)
- 纵横比：1.37 : 1
|出品公司||派拉蒙影业公司 (A Cecil B. DeMille Production) (as Paramount Productions Inc.)|
|发行公司||Film Wytwórni Paramount (2015) (TV) (Poland)|
|Paramount (1935) (Theatrical) (France)|
|Bounty Films (2010) (DVD) (Australia)|
|Epoca (1995) (VHS) (Argentina)|
|MCA/Universal Pictures (1958) (TV) (United States)|
|MCA环球家庭娱乐 (1995) (VHS) (United States)|
|Paramount British Pictures (1935) (Theatrical) (United Kingdom)|
- Loretta Young kept it a secret that she was three months pregnant with her daughter 朱迪·路易斯 during the shoot.
- Some sets from 埃及艳后 (1934) were reused.
- Stuntman Jack Montgomery, who played a Christian cavalryman in the film, recalled in an interview the tension that existed between director 塞西尔 and the dozens of stuntmen hired to do the battle scenes. The stuntmen resented what they saw as DeMille's cavalier attitude about safety, especially as several stuntmen had been injured, and several horses had been killed, because of what the stuntmen perceived as DeMille's indifference. At one point DeMille was standing on the parapets of the castle, yelling through his megaphone at the "combatants" gathered below. One of them, who had been hired for his expertise at archery, finally tired of DeMille's screaming at them, notched an arrow into his bow and fired it at DeMille's megaphone, the arrow embedding itself into the megaphone just inches from DeMille's head. DeMille quickly left the set and didn't come back for the rest of the day. For the rest of the picture, he never yelled at the stuntmen again.