The Husband Hunter (British film)

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The Husband Hunter
Directed by Fred W. Durrant
Written by Olivia Roy (novel)
Produced by G.B. Samuelson
Starring
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G.B. Samuelson Productions
Distributed byGranger
Release date
January 1920
CountryUnited Kingdom
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The Husband Hunter is a 1920 British silent drama film directed by Fred W. Durrant and starring C.M. Hallard, Madge Titheradge and Tom Reynolds. [1] It was shot at Isleworth Studios.

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  1. Bamford p.26

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