Noah's Ark (1928)
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as Mary / Miriam
as Travis / Japheth
as Minister / Noah
as Nickoloff/King Nephilim
as Hilda/Tavern maid
as Soldier/High Priest
as German/Leader of Soldiers
as Frenchman/King's Guard
as Dancer/Slave Girl
as Slave Broker
as Investor with Gun / Trader
as Aide to Leader of Soldiers (uncredited)
Critic Reviews for Noah's Ark
This Biblical spectacle goes on and on as if one hadn't sat through a modern story -- of great quantity, if nothing else.
A spectacular and ambitious part-talkie epic which marries a Biblical theme (the Flood) with a romance set on the eve of the Great War.
The Warner staff show everything conceivable under the sun -- mobs, mobs and mobs; Niagaras of water; train wreck; war aplenty; crashes; deluges and everything.
Aiming for De Mille blockbusting, it boasts some fake-Babylonian splendor, though none of C.B.'s lascivious-prurient absurdism.
Audience Reviews for Noah's Ark
I enjoyed this film. It's a story that combines the biblical story of Noah's ark with a romance in World War 1. At first you may wonder how this can work and at times question how it works but it somehow does. It's beautifully done and it does work. This film was made in 1928 when the cross over to talkies were being made. This film illustrates this cross over well. It was made as a silent but later added some sound. This I thought enhanced the film. www.what-to-watch.com
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