Critic Reviews for Salome
Let It be said at once that, on the whole, the film gives a very dignified rendering of extremely difficult subject.
All things considered, the William Fox-Theda Bara screen production of Salome is a pretentious, artistic, interesting presentation of the sensational order and gives every indication of enjoying largo financial success.
A photoplay which for richness and extent of pageantry, sumptuousness of setting, and color or detail has few equals among motion-picture productions.
This edition of the adventures of Herodiade's daughter is not a sin against morals; it is only a vast, colossal assault on common sense.
Mr. Edwards' ability to handle the spectacular is unusual in its scope. The street fighting is staged excellently. And probably there has been no more effective scene ever staged than that between Herod and John the Baptist.
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