Judith of Bethulia (1914) - Rotten Tomatoes

Judith of Bethulia (1914)





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In Ancient times, a valiant young woman accedes to an Assyrian ruler in order to take a carefully wrought vengeance on him and his hated nation. This uneven short feature was D.W. Griffith's last for Biograph, featuring the Gish sisters in small parts and rereleased in 1917 as Her Condoned Sin.


Kate Bruce
as Judith's maid
Harry Carey
as A Traitor
Henry B. Walthall
as Holofernes's Eunuch Attendant
G. Jiguel Lanoe
as Holofernes's Eunuch Attendant
Gertrude Bambrick
as Lead Assyrian Dancer
Mae Marsh
as Naomi
Dorothy Gish
as The crippled beggar
Alfred Paget
as Bethulian
Lillian Gish
as A Young Mother
Charles H. Mailes
as Bethulian Soldier
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Critic Reviews for Judith of Bethulia

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

Fine as is the acting of the principals, the chief thing to commend is the totally wonderful handling of the mobs and the seriousness with which each super performs his individual task.

November 19, 2008 | Full Review…

The cornerstone for Intolerance, which is itself the cornerstone for every other film that followed

February 13, 2010 | Full Review…

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