The Woman from Moscow

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The Woman from Moscow
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Directed by Ludwig Berger
Screenplay by John Farrow
Based onplay Fédora by Victorien Sardou
Starring Pola Negri
Norman Kerry
Lawrence Grant
Edited by Frances Marsh
E. Lloyd Sheldon
Music by Karl Hajos (sound track, music and effects)
Production
company
Release date
November 3, 1928
Running time
77 mins
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent (English intertitles)

The Woman from Moscow is a 1928 American drama film starring Pola Negri. This was Negri's last silent film released with musical score and sound effects. [1]

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The picture is a remake of Paramount's 1918 Pauline Frederick film Fedora , based on the play by Victorien Sardou.

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