Passed | | Crime, Drama
Performers in a Budapest sideshow encounter love, greed, and murder.
It is clear that Renee Adoree uses a double for Salome's dance. Adoree has no waste, but the dancer certainly does. Her back is to us for most of the dance, and when she turns around, her face is covered by her hands.
God but you're a real dame... right straight through to the core. You shouldn't have to live in the same world with a thing like me.
In 2007, Turner Entertainment Co. copyrighted a 76-minute version of this film (plus 1 minute for additional music credits), with a music score composed by Darrell Raby. The film's world premiere television broadcast by Turner Classic Movies (TCM) occurred on 28 January 2007.
$395,825 (USA) (31 December 1928)