From Two to Six

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From Two to Six
From Two to Six (1918) poster.jpg
Directed by Albert Parker
Based onThe Button Thief by Arthur Stringer
Produced by Allan Dwan
Starring Winifred Allen
Earle Foxe
Forrest Robinson
Cinematography Roy Vaughn
Production
company
Distributed byTriangle Distributing
Release date
February 17, 1918
Running time
50 minutes
CountryUnited States
Languages Silent
English intertitles

From Two to Six is a 1918 American silent comedy drama film directed by Albert Parker and starring Winifred Allen, Earle Foxe and Forrest Robinson. [1]

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  1. Connelly p.351

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