The Honey Bee

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The Honey Bee
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Directed by Rupert Julian
Written byRupert Julian
Cinematography Jack MacKenzie
Distributed by Pathé Exchange
Release date
April 1920
CountryUnited States

The Honey Bee is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Rupert Julian and starring Marguerita Sylva, Thomas Holding and Nigel Barrie. [1]



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  1. Goble p.323