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25 December 1916 (USA) See more »
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Based on the life of the immortal Joan of Arc
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A WWI English officer is inspired the night before a dangerous mission by a vision of Joan of Arc, whose story he relives. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Geraldine Farrar ... Jeanne d'Arc (Joan of Arc)
Raymond Hatton ... Charles VII
Hobart Bosworth ... Gen. La Hire
Theodore Roberts ... Cauchon

Wallace Reid ... Eric Trent 1431 / Eric Trent 1917
Charles Clary ... La Tremouille
James Neill ... Laxart
Tully Marshall ... L'Oiseleur
Lawrence Peyton ... Gaspard
Horace B. Carpenter ... Jacques d'Arc
Cleo Ridgely ... The king's favorite
Lillian Leighton ... Isambeau
Marjorie Daw ... Katherine
Ernest Joy ... Robert de Beaudricourt
John Oaker ... Jean de Metz
Hugo B. Koch ... Duke of Burgundy
William Conklin ... John of Luxembourg
Walter Long ... The executioner
William Elmer ... Guy Townes (as Billy Elmer)
Emilius Jorgensen ... Michael

Donald Crisp
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jack Hoxie (as Hart Hoxie)
Lucien Littlefield

Ramon Novarro ... Starving Peasant (as Ramon Samaniegos)
Nigel De Brulier ... Man at trial (uncredited)

Jack Holt ... (uncredited)
Fred Kohler ... L'Oiseleur's henchman (uncredited)
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Directed by
Cecil B. DeMille 
 
Writing credits
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William C. de Mille 
Jeanie Macpherson  scenario

Produced by
Cecil B. DeMille .... producer
 
Original Music by
William Furst 
 
Cinematography by
Alvin Wyckoff 
 
Film Editing by
Cecil B. DeMille 
 
Art Direction by
Wilfred Buckland 
 
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Pansy Perry .... stunt double: Geraldine Farrar (uncredited)
 

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Germany:100 min | Germany:138 min (2003) | USA:138 min
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Color (Handschiegel Color) | Black and White
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When the film began its road-show run in major cities it was 12 reels long, but, over director Cecil B. DeMille's objections, was quickly shortened to 10 reels.See more »
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Continuity: When Trent discovers the sword, he holds the hilt in his right hand. In the insert close-up the hilt is in his left hand. In the cutback, it has returned to the right. (In fact, the insert shot has been spliced in upside-down.)See more »
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Jeanne d'Arc:No sword once drawn for France - shall be thrown down!See more »
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5 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Splendid war propaganda, 4 February 2000
Author: didi-5 from United Kingdom

This is a curio - the story of Joan of Arc leading on from a view of the English trenches in World War One (which was still of course, a reality when this film was made). Geraldine Farrar might not look the part of Joan but she manages to convey all the power, spirituality and vulnerability the part demands. her acting is a little theatrical as you would expect from an opera diva but she is excellent nontheless. Wallace Reid (a tragic casualty of Hollywood not that long after this) is pretty good as well, although I thought the love story angle stretched credibility a bit in places. The film itself meanders a bit but when you consider it is over eighty years old it still retains a remarkable amount of effect. Not as good as the 1928 Dreyer film but one to seek out.

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