~The Heart of Salome~
~Alma Rubens & Walter Pidgeon~

Alma Rubens ...  Helene
Walter Pidgeon ...  Monte Carroll
Holmes Herbert ...  Sir Humphrey
Robert Agnew ...  Redfern
Erin La Bissoniere ...  Helen's Maid
Walter Dugan ...  Chauffeur
Barry Norton ...  Henri Bezanne
Virginia Madison ...  Madame Bezanne
Directed by: Victor Schertzinger

Written by: Randall Faye
The "Salome" of this heavy-breathing melodrama is Helene (Alma Rubens), who is betrayed by her
wealthy lover Monte Carroll (Walter Pidgeon). Seeking revenge, Helene links up with the villainous Count
Boris (Holmes Herbert). For the girl's sake, Boris orders the kidnapping of Monte and prepares to behead
him, while Helene looks on in triumph. But at the very last moment, Helene realizes that she's still in love
with Monte -- setting the stage for one of the most abrupt character transformations in screen history. No
great shakes to begin with, Heart of Salome was laid low by cheap sets and poor special effects.

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com
~Plot Synopsis~
~Remaining Credits~

Produced and Released by: Fox Film Corporation

Cinematography by: Glen MacWilliams
Film Editing by: Margaret Clancey
Costume Design by: Kathleen Kay
Assistant Director: William Tummel
Presenter: William Fox

Length: 6 Reels
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Released: May 8, 1927