In the Night (film)

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In the Night
Directed by Frank Richardson
Written by Cyril Harcourt
Frank Powell
Release date
7 July 1922
CountriesUnited Kingdom
Netherlands
LanguageSilent

In the Night (Dutch : in de nacht) is a 1922 British-Dutch silent crime film directed by Frank Richardson.

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