Madame Spy (1918 film)

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Madame Spy
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Directed by Douglas Gerrard
Written by Harvey Gates
Lee Morrison
Produced byJack Mulhall
Starring Jack Mulhall
Claire Du Brey
Wadsworth Harris
Cinematography Jack MacKenzie
Distributed byUniversal Pictures
Release date
January 21, 1918
Running time
50 minutes
CountryUnited States
English intertitles

Madame Spy is a 1918 American silent comedy spy film directed by Douglas Gerrard and starring Jack Mulhall, Claire Du Brey and Wadsworth Harris. [1]



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  1. Parish & Pitts p.13