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The original film featured the then unknown Rudolph Valentino. To cash in on his rise to stardom, it was re-edited to feature more of him. Various shots were repeated several times; long shots were blown up into close-ups and inter-cut with other footage; some scenes were projected on a loop, so that Rudolph Valentino repeated the same motions several times over; one scene was used as a flashback; and out-takes from the original were inserted into the new film. In addition, the locale of the new picture was switched from World War 1 Germany to a desert island by the simple expedient of inserting shots of bathing beauties on a palm-fringed beach throughout the film.
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Originally shot in 1918, but re-edited, retitled and re-released in 1920 and again in 1922.
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Completed just before the end of the First World War, this film was shelved for two years.
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Fred J. Balshofer recalled that the original budget of the film was $80,000. He was able to recoup some of the cost after spending an additional $10,000 to re-title the film, shoot some additional material and re-releasing the film to cash in on Rudolph Valentino's growing popularity.
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Original title was"Over The Rhine"
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