The Shadow Between (1920 film)

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The Shadow Between is a 1920 British silent crime film directed by George Dewhurst and starring Doris Lloyd, Lewis Dayton and Simeon Stuart. [1] It was adapted from the 1908 novel by Silas Hocking. The screenplay concerns a young Australian girl who travels to Britain after the death of her English father, who was a miner.

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