Although this movie carries the Vitaphone trademark, in fact the sound was looped onto the film by a sound-on-film process. This was the result of Warner Brothers having to carry the trademark of the obsolete process until it expired. See more
When a soldier is shot in the back and the arrow that hits him also puts out a candle, the arrow goes nowhere near the flame. However, it's the gust of wind that puts out the flame - a popular trick among marksmen and bullwhip artists. See more
In the year of Our Lord 1191 when Richard, the Lion-Heart, set forth to drive the infidels from the Holy Land, he gave the Regency of his Kingdom to his trusted friend, Longchamps, instead of to his treacherous brother, Prince John.
Bitterly resentful, John hoped for some disaster to befall Richard so that he, with the help of the Norman barons, might seize the throne for himself. And then on a luckless day for the Saxons...
Town Crier announcing capture of Richard
News has come from Vienna: "Leopold of Austria has seized...