Made in England and Romania by several production companies, this picture was picked up by Columbia for distribution but received such scathing notices and did such little business in its few venues that it mercifully sank from sight. A long-existing rumor maintains that a woman held the
papal throne between the reigns of Leo IV and Benedict III. This has been refuted by most scholars, but since a definite gap exists in the years between those two men, this legend has sprung up and has been the topic of more than one fictional story, including "Top Girls," a British stage play in
the 1980s. Ullmann, a small-time Aimee Semple McPherson, takes the stump in little Mid...