The Gold Cure (1925 film)

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The Gold Cure
Directed by W.P. Kellino
Written by Sara Jeanette Duncan (story)
Lydia Hayward
Starring Queenie Thomas
Gladys Hamer
Jameson Thomas
Eric Bransby Williams
Cinematography Jack E. Cox
Production
company
Distributed byStoll Pictures
Release date
October 1925
Running time
5,700 feet [1]
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageSilent
English intertitles

The Gold Cure is a 1925 British silent comedy film directed by W.P. Kellino and starring Queenie Thomas, Gladys Hamer and Jameson Thomas. It was made by Stoll Pictures at Cricklewood Studios.

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  1. Low p.374

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