Infatuation (1918 film)

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Directed by René Hervil
Louis Mercanton
Written by Marcel L'Herbier
Produced byEclipse Film Company
Starring Gaby Deslys
Harry Pilcer
Distributed by Pathé Exchange(USA)
Release dates
December 23, 1918(France)
August 16, 1920(Portugal)
December 17, 1921(Hungary)

Infatuation is a 1918 French silent film directed by René Hervil and Louis Mercanton. It starred dancer Gaby Deslys. The film had releases in Portugal and Hungary as well as the United States. Its original title in French was Bouclette. [2] [3]



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