The Lamp of Destiny

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The Lamp of Destiny
Directed by Alexander Butler
Written by Irene Miller
Produced by G. B. Samuelson
Release date
May 1919
CountryUnited Kingdom

The Lamp of Destiny is a 1919 British silent drama film, directed by Alexander Butler and starring Judd Green, Daphne Glenne and Florence Nelson. [1]



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  1. Robert B. Connelly, Silents: Silent Feature Films, 1910-36, Volume 40, Issue 2 (December Press, 1998), p. 371