One Arabian Night

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One Arabian Night
Directed by Sinclair Hill
Written bySinclair Hill
Starring George Robey
Stoll Pictures
Distributed by Stoll Pictures
Release date
December 1923
Running time
75 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
English intertitles

One Arabian Night is a 1923 British silent comedy film directed by Sinclair Hill and starring George Robey. [1] It is based on the story of Aladdin.



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