Desert Legion

Directed by: Joseph Pevney, USA, 1953

USA, 1953
Plakatmotiv Desert Legion, © Universal Pictures


Cast and Credits

Production Universal Pictures
Distribution Universal Pictures
Producer Ted Richmond
Production Manager Ted Richmond [Unit production manager (not credited)]
Director Joseph Pevney
Assistant Director Frank Shaw
Frank Shaw
Scenario Frank Shaw
Lewis Meltzer
Director of Photography John F. Seitz
Composer Frank Skinner
Editor Frank Gross
Art Director Robert Clatworthy
Alexander Golitzen
Set Decoration John P. Austin [(as John Austin)]
Russell A. Gausman
Costume Design Bill Thomas
Make-Up Bud Westmore [Makeup artist]
Bud Westmore [Hair stylist]
Cast Alan Ladd [Paul Lartal]
Richard Conte [Crito Damou / Omar Ben Khalif]
Arlene Dahl [Morjana]
Akim Tamiroff [Pvt. Plevko]
Oscar Beregi sr. [Si Khalil (as Oscar Beregi)]
Leon Askin [Maj. Vasil]
Anthony Caruso [Lt. Massaoud]
George J. Lewis [Lt. Lopez]
George J. Lewis [Dancer (as Sujata)]
George J. Lewis [Dancer (as Asoka)]

Technical specifications
Locations or Studios: Lone Pine, California, USA
Category: Feature Film
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm, 1:1,37 - Ratio: 1:1,37 - Color Technicolor,Length: 86 minutes, 2347 meters, 24 frames per second
Sound System: Mono
First Screening: April 20, 1953 in England

General Information

Desert Legion is a motion picture produced in the year 1953 as a USA production. The Film was directed by Joseph Pevney, with Alan Ladd, Richard Conte, Arlene Dahl, Akim Tamiroff, Oscar Beregi sr., in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Desert Legion available.

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