Lot in Sodom
|Lot in Sodom|
|Directed by||James Sibley Watson|
|Music by||Louis Siegel|
Louis Siegel was the sound composer, according to the film's opening credits.
The story is much closer to the tale than other films like Sodom and Gomorrah.
Sodom is a place of sin. An angel appears there and he is welcomed by Lot. The people of Sodom want to have sex with him. Lot refuses; then the angel tells him to escape the city with his wife and daughter. Sodom is then destroyed by flames; Lot's wife is turned to a pillar of salt for having looked back.
All intertitles are quotes from the Bible.
- Friedrich Haak as Lot
- Hildegarde Watson as Lot's wife
- Dorothea Haus as Lot's daughter
- Lewis Whitbeck as the angel
- Sodom und Gomorrha (1922) – an Austrian film directed by Michael Curtiz
- Sodom and Gomorrah (1963) – a film directed by Robert Aldrich which depicts the destruction of the two cities for their decadence and human cruelty.
- Nitrate Kisses (1992) – an experimental film by Barbara Hammer that uses footage from Lot in Sodom.
- Lot in Sodom on Public Domain Torrents
- Lot in Sodom on IMDb
- Lot in Sodom at AllMovie
- Recreation of Lot in Sodom on Vimeo
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