Kiss of Araby

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Kiss of Araby
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Directed by Phil Rosen
Written by Edward Sinclair
F. McGrew Willis
Produced by Walter Freuler
Burton L. King
Edward Manson
Starring Maria Alba
Walter Byron
Claire Windsor
Cinematography Edward A. Kull
Edited by Fred Bain
Monarch Productions
Distributed byMonarch Film Corporation
Release date
April 21, 1933
Running time
70 minutes
CountryUnited States
Language English

Kiss of Araby is a 1933 American Pre-Code adventure film directed by Phil Rosen and starring Maria Alba, Walter Byron and Claire Windsor. [1] It is an action melodrama set in the Middle East.



A British Army officer is forced to resign his commission, and joins forces in the desert with a local Arab leader against his own former comrades.


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  1. Pitts p.158