A photoplay drama in four acts: Dramatis Personae: Arizath, Priestess of Carthage; Alazi, High Priest of Eschmoun; Gersaken, Chief of the Barbarians; Moammo, Carthaginian Nobleman; Knuma, Attendant upon Arizath; Birno and Haarti, Handmaidens to Gersaken; Carthaginians, Roman and Barbarian Soldier, Citizens, Slaves, Priests, etc. "The Priestess of Carthage" will no doubt be one of the greatest productions put on by the Gaumont company during 1911. The scenes are laid in that ancient city of Carthage, and the time of the story takes place about 150 B.C. There is plenty of action throughout the four acts, and the settings are most beautiful and highly colored. There is also a pretty love story interwoven, which will have a gripping effect on all those who see it. In the first act, the scene of the Temple of the Moon and Sun show wonderful photography. Scene 2 shows Alizath's Palace and the Tent of Gersaken, while Scene 3 brings us to the Square of Khamon and also shows the Barbarian camp...
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