The Second Mrs Tanqueray (1916 film)

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The Second Mrs Tanqueray
Directed by Fred Paul
Written by
Distributed byIdeal Film Company
Release date
March 1916
Running time
5 reels
CountryUnited Kingdom

The Second Mrs Tanqueray is a 1916 British silent film directed by Fred Paul and starring George Alexander, Hilda Moore and Norman Forbes. [1] It is an adaptation of the 1893 play The Second Mrs Tanqueray by Arthur Wing Pinero.



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