The Sign of the Cross (1932 film)

1932 film by Cecil B. DeMille

The Sign of the Cross is a 1932 film about a Roman official who falls for a Christian woman.

Directed by Cecil B. DeMille. Written by Waldemar Young, based on play by Wilson Barrett.
Screen's Greatest of Heroic Faith and Inspiring spectacle.  (taglines)

NeroEdit

  • My head is splitting... the wine last night, the music... the delicious debauchery!

PoppaeaEdit

  • Dacia, you're a butterfly with the sting of a wasp. Take off your clothes. Get in here and tell me all about it.

TaglinesEdit

  • Screen's Greatest of Heroic Faith and Inspiring spectacle.
  • The passions-loves-hates of ancient Rome!
  • The turbulent intrigues of Nero's Court
  • A picture which will proudly lead all the entertainments the world has ever seen

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