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When Herodias divorces her husband and marries his brother Herod Antipas, governor of Judea, the prophet John the Baptist protests and is imprisoned. Salome, daughter of Herodias and both niece and step-daughter to Herod dances seductively... See more »

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Salome
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King Herod
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John the Baptist (as Albert Roscoe)
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Sejanus
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Prince David
Genevieve Blinn ...
Queen Marian
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Naomi
Al Fremont ...
Galla (as Alfred Fremont)
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J. Gordon Edwards

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Adrian Johnson ... (scenario)
 
Flavius Josephus ... (story)

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William Fox ... producer

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George M. Rubinstein

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John W. Boyle
Harry W. Gerstad ... (as Harry Gerstad)
George Schneiderman

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George James Hopkins

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George James Hopkins

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George James Hopkins

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George James Hopkins

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William Fox ... presenter

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Plot Summary

When Herodias divorces her husband and marries his brother Herod Antipas, governor of Judea, the prophet John the Baptist protests and is imprisoned. Salome, daughter of Herodias and both niece and step-daughter to Herod dances seductively and wins the prize of anything she asks of Herod. The prize she asks is the head of John the Baptist. Written by Jim Beaver

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Taglines "SALOME" THE PYTHON OF PALESTINE (Print Ad- Washington Sunday News, ((Washington, Penna.)) 4 May 1919) See more »
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Also Known As
  • Salomé (France)
  • サロメ(1918) (Japan, Japanese title)
  • Salomé (Portugal)
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  • 80 min
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Trivia This film is presumed lost. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in Henri Langlois: The Phantom of the Cinémathèque (2004). See more »

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