High Conquest is a 1947 American film directed by Irving Allen.
|Directed by||Irving Allen|
|Produced by||Irving Allen|
|Screenplay by||Max Trell|
|Story by||Aben Kandel|
|Based on||The novel by James Ramsey Ullman|
Irving Allen Productions
|Distributed by||Monogram Pictures|
Allen shot in on location in Switzerland. He shot so much footage that he turned it into a documentary Climbing the Matterhorn which won an Oscar. He used color film from Ansco on the understanding that if the results were unsatisfactory the company could have the film back. However the results were so good Ansco did a deal with Allen for him to use three films in color.
- By, T. F. (1947, Jun 01). Big temblor staged for 'green dolphin, street' -- KKK expose -- addenda. New York Times (1923-Current File) Retrieved from https://search.proquest.com/docview/107926088