Let the Little Ones Come to Me

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Let the Little Ones Come to Me
Directed by Max Neufeld
Produced by Jacob Fleck
Luise Fleck
Anton Kolm
Written by Fritz Löhner-Beda
Starring Liane Haid
Max Neufeld
Karl Ehmann
Production
company
Release date
13 February 1920
CountryAustria
Language Silent
German intertitles

Let the Little Ones Come to Me (German: Lasset die Kleinen zu mir kommen) is a 1920 Austrian silent film directed by Max Neufeld and starring Neufeld. Liane Haid and Karl Ehmann. [1]

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  1. Parish p.245

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