Footage from this movie was used
scenes used during Castiel's flashback
Used soundtrack from BSO Intolerance (1916, D. W. Griffith), composed and conduced by Carl Davis and performed by Luxemburg Radio Symphony Orchestra
In Every Everything, Grant Hart mentions Intolerance.
mentioned by Rufus, who says it pretty much sums up Lily's situation between her house arrest and her socialite friends.
stills; Robert Osborne says this film was D.W. Griffith's follow-up to The Birth of a Nation
A NYC student talks about this movie
Referenced by name
productions stills shown; title mentioned by narrator
The siege towers, especially the attack ramps which are used to clamp on to the walls, and their movement up to the walls
Part of the war machine sequence modeled after Babylonian battle.
The climax in which characters rush to get on time to save the life of a convict about to be executed, is a direct lift from Intolerance.
both have scenes with outdoor steps covered with people
Clips are shown.
a scene was shown
Infamous orgy scene
The Babylon set can be visited in the gameplay to 'L.A. Noire'
Babylonian night battle
Clip from Babylon sequence
The production and release are discussed, clips are shown.
in part I
This film is #49 on the list.
brief clip featured
Clips are shown
Clips are shown
Intolerance is the silent film sofie & libby see at the theatre in town
scenes are used
clip included in the film
Footage of this movie is shown ("Intolerance").
The orgy scenes are featured.
Footage is shown.
Footage inserted into Nothing Lasts Forever (1984)
Elephant steps processional used for the Babylon portion of the docu