The Gardens of Murcia (1923 film)

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The Gardens of Murcia
Aux Jardins de Murcie.jpg
Directed by
Written by
Cinematography Raymond Agnel
Société des Films Mercanton
Distributed byExclusivité Aubert
Release date
  • 19 October 1923 (1923-10-19)

The Gardens of Murcia (French: Aux jardins de Murcie) is a 1923 French silent film directed by René Hervil and Louis Mercanton and starring Arlette Marchal, Pierre Daltour and Pierre Blanchar. [1] It was remade in 1936.



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