|The Thrill Seekers|
|Directed by||Harry Revier|
|Written by||Mabel Z. Carroll|
|Produced by||Harry Vallet|
|Starring|| Ruth Clifford |
|Distributed by||Hi-Mark Film Company|
The Thrill Seekers is a 1927 American silent drama film directed by Harry Revier and starring Ruth Clifford, Gloria Grey and Robert McKim.
Ruth Clifford was an American actress of leading roles in silent films, whose career lasted from that era into the television era.
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