The Duchess of Seven Dials

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The Duchess of Seven Dials is a 1920 British silent romance film directed by Fred Paul and starring Cecil Mannering, Marjorie Hume and Adelaide Grace. [1] Its plot involves a young aristocratic woman who falls in love with a curate doing charitable work in the Seven Dials area of Central London. It was made by the London Film Company.



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