|The Dwelling Place of Light|
|Directed by||Jack Conway|
|Produced by||Benjamin B. Hampton|
|Written by|| Winston Churchill (novel) |
William H. Clifford
|Starring|| Claire Adams |
Nigel De Brulier
|Cinematography||Enrique Juan Vallejo|
Benjamin B. Hampton Productions
|Distributed by|| Pathé Exchange |
W. W. Hodkinson Corporation
|September 12, 1920|
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