|Morgane, the Enchantress|
|Directed by||Léonce Perret|
|Produced by||Léonce Perret|
|Distributed by||Franco Films|
|2 March 1928|
Morgane, the Enchantress (French: Morgane la sirène) is a 1928 French silent drama film directed by Léonce Perret and starring Claire de Lorez, Iván Petrovich and Pierre Renoir.  The film's sets were designed by the art director Jacques-Laurent Atthalin. The future British director Michael Powell worked as a still photographer on the film.
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