Heartstrings (1923 film)

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Directed by Edwin Greenwood
Written by
Produced by Edward Godal
Distributed byBritish and Colonial Films
Release date
October 1923
CountryUnited Kingdom

Heartstrings is a 1923 British silent romance film directed by Edwin Greenwood and starring Gertrude McCoy, Victor McLaglen and Russell Thorndike. It is an adaptation of the 1858 short story The Manchester Marriage by Elizabeth Gaskell. [1]



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  1. Goble p.793