|East Is West|
|Directed by||Sidney Franklin|
|Produced by||Constance Talmadge|
|Written by||Frances Marion|
|Based on||East Is West (play)|
by John B. Hymer
|Distributed by||First National Pictures (as Associated First National)|
|October 15, 1922|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
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