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Hugo Riesenfeld’s score for the 1928 version of THE KING OF KINGS was the synchronized music track for the general release of the film and was the soundtrack widely heard by audiences at the time.
This score for THE KING OF KINGS was composed by Timothy J. Tikker. It was recorded in August 2004 in Detroit on an authentic pipe organ from the time of the film’s release.
The DeMille Studios produced many reels of behind-the-scenes footage of the cast and crew on the set of THE KING OF KINGS. Shot for publicity use, these clips and stills show the dimension and scale of a DeMille production in full swing.