With Tyrone Power, Orson Welles, Herbert Lom, Mary Clare, Laurence Harvey, James Robertson Justice, Michael Rennie, Jack Hawkins, Alfonso Bedoya, Finlay Currie, Gibb McLaughlin, Cécile Aubry, Henry Oscar, Peter Sellers
The Black Rose is a 1950 20th Century-Fox Technicolor film starring Tyrone Power and Orson Welles, loosely based on Thomas B. Costain's book. It was filmed partly on location in England and Morocco which substitutes for the Gobi Desert of China. The film was partly conceived as a follow-up to the movie Prince of Foxes, and reunited the earlier film's two stars.
Talbot Jennings' screenplay was based on a popular novel of the same name by Canadian author Thomas B. Costain, published in 1945.
It was nominated for Best Costumes-Color at the 23rd Academy Awards.