Hammer Films, Seven Arts, and Associated British-Pathe got together to do this fourth version of Haggard's classic story. It's a mammoth spectacle and, in some ways, even larger than the 1935 version which starred Congresswoman Helen Gahagan Douglas in her only movie role. WW I is ending, and Richardson is hoisting a drink in a Jerusalem night spot when...read more
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