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Love in Morocco, Passion in the Desert
Great Britain, France, 1932
Directed by: Rex Ingram, Alice Terry,
Story: Rex Ingram Peter Spencer Rex Ingram Benno Vigny
Director of Photography: Léonce-Henri Burel, Paul Portier, Sepp Allgeier, Marcel Lucien, T Tomatis,
Composer: Louis Levy,
Main Cast: Rex Ingram [André Duval, a sergeant in the corps of Spahis], Rosita Garcia [Zinah, Si Alal's daughter], Pierre Batcheff [Si Hamed, Si Alal's son], Philippe Moretti [Si Allal, Caid de Ilued (AKA Felipe Montes)], Andrews Engelmann [Si Amarok], Dennis Hoey [Captain Labry], Arabella Fields [Mabrouka, a slave],
Production: Gaumont British Picture Corporation Ltd, London,
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Black and White,Length: 77 minutes, 7265 feet
Sound System: mono
First Screening: February 27, 1933 in London
Survival Status: Prints of this picture exist

Remarks and general Information in German: Einziger Tonfilm und auch der letzte Film von Rex Ingram. Ingram zog sich nach diesem Misserfolg vom Kino zurück. Der Film wurde in einer englischen und einer französischen Fassung gedreht (siehe auch dort)
In Prag lief "Baroud" unter dem Titel "Barud... Remarks and general Information

Length: 77 minutes
.Rex Ingram.Alice Terry

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