Love in the Wilderness

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Love in the Wilderness
Directed by Alexander Butler
Based on Love in the Wilderness by Gertrude Page
Produced by G.B. Samuelson
Starring Madge Titheradge
C. M. Hallard
Campbell Gullan
Maudie Dunham
Production
company
Distributed by General Film Distributors
Release date
May 1920
Running time
5,000 feet [1]
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguagesSilent
English intertitles

Love in the Wilderness is a 1920 British silent drama film directed by Alexander Butler and starring Madge Titheradge, C. M. Hallard and Campbell Gullan. It was adapted from Gertrude Page's 1907 novel Love in the Wilderness . The film is a romantic melodrama, set partly on a farm in Southern Rhodesia. The film was shot in California. [2]

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  1. Low p.403
  2. Bamford p.14

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