|The Tiger's Shadow|
|Directed by||Spencer Gordon Bennet|
|Written by||George Arthur Gray|
|Starring|| Gladys McConnell |
|Distributed by||Pathé Exchange|
|Language|| Silent |
The Tiger's Shadow is a 1928 American drama film serial directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet.
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