The Crystal Submarine

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The Crystal Submarine
Directed by Marcel Vandal
Written by Georges Fouchard
Starring Tramel
Anna Lefeuvrier
André Dubosc
Cinematography Michel Bernheim
René Guichard
Armand Thirard
Release date
1927
CountryFrance
LanguagesSilent
French intertitles

The Crystal Submarine (French: Le sous marin de cristal) is a 1927 French silent drama film directed by Marcel Vandal and starring Tramel, Anna Lefeuvrier and André Dubosc. [1]

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  1. Nash, Connelly & Ross p.373

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