Blood and Sand (1941) was a Drama - Sports Film directed by Rouben Mamoulian and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck and Robert Kane.
The film was based on the novel Blood and Sand (Sangre y arena) written by Vicente Blasco Ibáñez published in 1909.
Academy Awards 1941 --- Ceremony Number 14 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Art Direction||Art Direction: Richard Day, Joseph C. Wright; Interior Decoration: Thomas Little||Nominated|
|Best Cinematography||Ernest Palmer, Ray Rennahan||Won|
Blood and Sand (1941)By 4 Star Film Fan on Mar 17, 2019 From 4 Star Films
There’s little doubt Blood and Sand was a follow up?to The Mark of Zorro (1940) meant to capitalize?on the lucrative romantic pairing of devilishly handsome heartthrob?Tyrone Power and winsome ingenue Linda Darnell. But what it sets out to do, it achieves?through an?ability to capture?us in a ... Read full article
Sangue e Areia / Blood and Sand (1922)By L? on Mar 26, 2016 From Critica Retro
Sangue e Areia / Blood and Sand (1922) N?o h? dois substantivos que melhor definam as touradas quanto os que Vicente Blasco Ib??ez escolheu para o t?tulo de seu famoso romance. Na vers?o cinematogr?fica de 1922, as touradas s?o deixadas em segundo plano e s?o mais explorados os bastidores da ... Read full article
Blood and Sand (1941)By Beatrice on Jun 28, 2014 From Flickers in Time
Blood and Sand? Directed by Rouben Mamoulian Written by Jo Swerling based on a novel by Vicente Basco Iba?ez 1941/USA Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation First viewing/Netflix rental The technicolor and the spectacle are grand but I couldn’t get caught up in the story. Juan (Tyrone Power... Read full article
The Power-Mad Blogathon: Blood and Sand (1941)By shadowsandsatin on May 4, 2014 From Shadows and Satin
When I heard that Lady Eve?s Reel Life and They Don?t Make ?Em Like They Used To were hosting a one-day blogathon in honor of Tyrone Power?s 100th?birthday, I wanted in. But Power, whose screen career started in the late 1930s, just missed the pre-Code era, and his great noir offering ? Nightmare Al... Read full article
Blood and Sand (1941)on Aug 4, 2013 From Journeys in Classic Film
Blood and Sand is one of several big-budget Hollywood Technicolor extravaganza’s that took elegance and opulence to the next level.? The overabundance of opulence tends to make up for the dull story, but there’s something about the aesthetics of the film and the gorgeous cast assembled t... Read full article
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Doña Sol des Muire: What have you heard?
Carmen Espinosa: Shall I be frank?
Doña Sol des Muire: Please do!
Carmen Espinosa: I've heard you've been all over the world, that you speak many languages, and that you've known a great many men...
Doña Sol des Muire: Go on!
Carmen Espinosa: I've never been out of Andalucia, I speak only one language, and I've had only one man. Maybe that's why I want so much to keep him.
Doña Sol des Muire: Senora Gallardo, is there anything I can offer you?
Carmen Espinosa: Yes, my husband!
Nacional: [dying in great pain] I've dragged myself through the blood and sand of a thousand arenas. In the end there's only one thing I regret - I never learned to read or write. I was obliged to renounce education... but I make the whole world responsible for my ignorance.
Juan Gallardo: Someday I'll come back to you with a whole trunkful of clippings, and when you marry me, you'll marry the first torero of Spain, not the second or third, but the first, the greatest!
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Hedy Lamarr was the first actress approached to play DoÃ±a Sol, but MGM refused to loan her to Fox.
Director Rouben Mamoulian based many of the film's color schemes and designs on the works of great Spanish painters such as El Greco and Velasquez.
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