Joan the Woman (1916) - Rotten Tomatoes

Joan the Woman (1916)





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A sweeping chronicle of the life and death of Joan of Arc, the Maid of Orlean, this epic tells the story of the valiant French martyr. The story is framed by the modern tale of a British soldier who dreams that he is a soldier in Joan's army.


Geraldine Farrar
as Jeanne d'Arc
Raymond Hatton
as Charles VII
Hobart Bosworth
as Gen. La Hire
Wallace Reid
as Eric Trent
Charles Clary
as La Tremouille
Horace B. Carpenter
as Jacques d'Arc
Cleo Ridgely
as The King's Favorite
Marjorie Daw
as Katherine
Tully Marshall
as L'Oiseleur, the Mad Monk
Ernest Joy
as Robert de Beaudricourt
John Oaker
as Jean de Metz
Hugo B. Koch
as The Duke Of Burgundy
William Conklin
as John Of Luxembourg
Walter Long
as The Executioner
Billy Elmer
as Guy Townes
Ramon Novarro
as Starving Peasant
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Critic Reviews for Joan the Woman

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (1)

The miraculous scenes are adequate in themselves. They hint at the dignity and propriety of this immense resource the films have given us.

July 14, 2021 | Full Review…

Ere the year 1916 has sunk into the past, one more epochal achievement, marking the onward rush of the screen toward loftier planes of attainment, is to be recorded as falling within the space of this remarkable picture twelvemonth.

July 31, 2020 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Joan the Woman

This is a great epic production, from the early years of Hollywood's gold period. Based on The story of the valiant French martyr is Jean D?Arc. Spectacular battle scenes Joan the Woman stand's times test as an exceptional example of the epic film.

Constanza Boutter
Constanza Boutter

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