The Wandering Jew (1933)

UK,
85m (USA), 111m – 35mm film
black and white, 1.37:1
mono (Visatone), English

A British fantasy film directed by Maurice Elvey.

Credits

Crew
Director: Maurice Elvey
Twickenham Film Studios
Producer: Julius Hagen
Script: H. Fowler Mear
Play: E. Temple Thurston
Director of Photography: Sydney Blythe
Editor: Jack Harris
Musical Settings: Hugo Riesenfeld
Musical Director: W.L. Trytel
Costumes: Cathleen Mann
Art Director: James Carter
Studios: Sound City, Shepperton, Surrey, England, UK; Twickenham Film Studios, Twickenham, Middlesex, England, UK

Cast
Story 1
Conrad Veidt (Matathias)
Marie Ney (Judith)
Cicely Oates (Rachel [cut from US version])
Basil Gill (Pontius Pilate [cut from US version])

Story 2
Conrad Veidt (the unknown knight)
Anne Grey (Joanne de Beaudricourt)
Bertram Wallis (Bohemund, Prince of Tarentum)
Hector Abbas (Isaachar)
Dennis Hoey (Lord de Beaudricourt)
Jack Livesey (Godfrey, Duke of Normandy)
Takase [real name: Kiyoshi Takase] (Phirous)

Story 3
Conrad Veidt (Matteos Battadios)
Joan Maude (Gianella)
John Stuart (Pietro Mirelli)
Arnold Lucy (Andrea Michelotti)
Hay Petri (merchant)

Story 4
Conrad Veidt (Dr Matteos Battadios)
Peggy Ashcroft (Olalla Quintana)
Francis L. Sullivan (Juan de Texada)
Felix Aylmer (Ferera)
Ivor Barnard (Castro)
Abraham Sofaer (Zapportas)
Conway Dixon, Robert Gilbert (monks)
Stafford Hilliard (Juan, the servant)
Robert Gilbert (1st monk)
Conway Dixon (2nd monk)

Alternative Titles

El judío errante – Spain

See also
The Wandering Jew (1923)

References

Periodicals

  • Cinema Quarterly vol.2 no.2 (January 1934) p.125 – review
  • Kine Weekly no.1388 (23 November 1933) – review
  • Picturegoer vol.3 no.110 (July 1933) p.5 – review
  • Picturegoer vol.3 no.132 (2 December 1933 (.22 – review
  • Picturegoer vol.3 no.144 (24 February 1934) p.24 – review

Books

  • British Sound Films: The Studio Years 1928-1959 by David Quinlan p.170 – credits, synopsis
  • The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Fantasy by David Pringle (general ed.) p.43 – credits, review