The Films of Princess Fantoche

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The Films of Princess Fantoche
Directed by Max Neufeld
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  • 15 April 1921 (1921-04-15)
CountryAustria
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The Films of Princess Fantoche (German : Die Filme der Prinzessin Fantoche) is a 1921 Austrian silent film directed by Max Neufeld and starring Liane Haid and Hermann Benke. [1]

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References

  1. Parish, p. 245.

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