Hammer Films, Seven Arts, and Associated British-Pathe got together to do this fourth version of Haggard's classic story. It's a mammoth spectacle and, in some ways, even larger than the 1935 version which starred Congresswoman Helen Gahagan Douglas in her only movie role. WW I is
ending, and Richardson is hoisting a drink in a Jerusalem night spot when he meets Monteros, a female slave who has a mission to bring Richardson to meet her mistress, Andress, a mysterious woman of indeterminate age who longs for the man that she murdered centuries before. When Richardson meets
Andress, she offers him riches and power beyond his wildest dreams if he will accompany her to...