According to Paul LaVine's book 'In a Glamorous Fashion: The Fabulous Years of Hollywood Costume Design' (Scribner, 1980), this was Travis Banton's first film assignment as a costume designer. See more »
From this point on, Cecil B. DeMille was a bit of filmmaking Nomad in the wilderness, following in the footsteps of Samuel Goldwyn. He wanted complete creative control over his films, and could only achieve that by setting up his own production company. Needless to say that this film was as empty as his previous attempts.
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