|The Fair Maid of Perth|
|Directed by||Edwin Greenwood|
|Produced by||Jack Buchanan|
|Written by|| Walter Scott (novel) |
|Starring|| Russell Thorndike |
|Distributed by||Anglia Films|
General release:October 1925
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