The Eternal Triangle (film)

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The Eternal Triangle
Directed by Frank Wilson
Written by Percy Gordon Holmes
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Distributed byPioneer Film Distributors
Release date
March 1917
Running time
5 reels
CountryUnited Kingdom
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The Eternal Triangle is a 1917 British silent romance film directed by Frank Wilson and starring Chrissie White, Stewart Rome and Violet Hopson. [1] A woman loves a poor squire's son but marries a much wealthier playwright who is subsequently killed in a car accident.

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  1. Palmer p.884

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