The Sign of the Cross (1932) was a Historical - Drama Film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and produced by Cecil B. DeMille.
Academy Awards 1932/33 --- Ceremony Number 6 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Cinematography||Karl Struss||Nominated|
Pre-Code Corner: Skin and Savagery in The Sign of the Cross: 7 Vicious Pre-Code MomentsBy Kim Luperi on Nov 4, 2017 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
Skin and Savagery in The Sign of the Cross: 7 Vicious Pre-Code Moments An epic tale of decadence, morality and religious persecution adorned with lust, violence, love, and everything in between, Cecil B. DeMille’s The Sign of the Cross (1932) remains one of the most audacious pictures of the p... Read full article
The Sign of the Cross (1932) (2)on Feb 26, 2014 From Journeys in Classic Film
Movies about the persecution of oppressed peoples cover all ethnicities and religions since time immemorial, and with Christianity at an all-time high in the 1920s/1930s it’s easy to figure out why Hollywood filmed The Sign of the Cross.? Unfortunately, time isn’t kind and The Sign of th... Read full article
The Sign of the Cross (1932) (1)By Angela on Nov 30, 2013 From Hollywood Revue
As Nero (Charles Laughton) watches Rome burn, he blames Christians for starting the whole thing rather than admit he started it.? Nero’s accusation places all Christians in Rome in great danger.? When Titus (Arthur Hohl) and Flavius (Harry Beresford) publicly admit to being Christians, they ar... Read full article
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One of over 700 Paramount productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by MCA ever since. The 1944 re-release version was chosen for this television package and was not replaced with the original uncut version until the 1990's.
Crowd extras were paid around $10.00 a day.
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