This was the first film ever to require Sir John Gielgud to speak in an accent not his own; he plays an American evangelist from the Deep South. He received tuition in the accent from the veteran American voice coach Robert Easton, but did not get on with him very well. See more »
The ideal viewing time for this movie is around midnight. Insomniacs could rejoice in sleeping soundly after watching just a few minutes of this awful mess . Utterly tedious in all departments you can almost hear wood creaking as notable actors deliver their lines.
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