|Directed by||Karel Lamač|
|Produced by||Harry R. Sokal|
|4 April 1928|
Eve's Daughters (German : Evas Töchter; Czech : Dcery Eviny) is a 1928 Czech-German silent drama film directed by Karel Lamač and starring Anny Ondra, Karel Lamač and Wolfgang Zilzer. 
The film's sets were designed by the art director Victor Trivas. 
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