Baroud

Love in Morocco, Passion in the Desert

Directed by: Rex Ingram, Alice Terry, , Great Britain, France, 1932

    Szenenphoto aus Baroud, © Gaumont British Picture Corporation Ltd, London


    Cast and Credits

    Production Gaumont British Picture Corporation Ltd, London
    Producer Rex Ingram
    Mansfield Markham
    Director Rex Ingram
    Alice Terry [(Co-Director)]
    Assistant Director Tomás Cola [(not credited)]
    Scenario Rex Ingram
    Peter Spencer
    Story Rex Ingram
    Benno Vigny
    Director of Photography Léonce-Henri Burel
    Paul Portier [(as P. Portier)]
    Sepp Allgeier [(as A. Allgeier)]
    Marcel Lucien
    T Tomatis
    Composer Louis Levy
    Editor Lothar Wolff
    Art Director Jean Laffitte
    Henri Menessier
    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 (as Felipe Montes)]
    Andrews Engelmann [Si Amarok]
    Dennis Hoey [Captain Labry]
    Arabella Fields [Mabrouka, a slave]
    Laura Salerni [Arlette]
    Paul Henreid [Not credited]

    Technical specifications
    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 [Archiv: BFI/National Film And Television Archive (London)]

    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 - Die Wüstenrache"

    Baroud is a motion picture produced in the year 1932 as a Great Britain, France production. The Film was directed by Rex Ingram, Alice Terry, with Rex Ingram, Rosita Garcia, Pierre Batcheff, Philippe Moretti, Andrews Engelmann, in the leading parts. The movie had its first screening on February 27, 1933 in London. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Baroud available.



    Bibliography - Cinémagazine October 11, 1929, pg 50 [note]
    - Cinémagazine November 15, 1929, pg 262 [note on recce in Morocco]
    - The New Movie Magazine, February, 1932, pp 50-51, 102-105
    - The New Movie Magazine, March, 1932, pp 37-39, 107-108, 96
    - The Film Daily, March 20, 1933, pg 2 [review]
    - New York Times, March 20, 1933 [review]
    - Brooklyn Daily Eagle, New York, March 26, 1933 [review]
    - Oscar Sheridan, Why Rex Ingram ran away from Hollywood, Screenland, March 1933, pg 52ff;
    - Photoplay Magazine, June 1933, pg 113
    - Photoplay Magazine, July 1933, pg 13
    - Prager Tagblatt, September 1, 1933
    - Hollywood Filmograph, March 3, 1934, pg 5 [review]
    - Harry Carr, Hollywood, June 1934 pg 37 [review]
    - DeWitt Bodeen, Films in Review, March 1975, Alice Terry Filmography # 25

    References in Databases
    British Film Institute Nr. 25199 (http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/title/25199)
    IMDb - International Movie Data Base Nr. 22655
    KinoTV Database Nr. 34955

    Unter anderem wurde der Film bei folgenden Filmfestivals aufgeführt:


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