The Zone of Death

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The Zone of Death
Directed by Abel Gance
Written byAbel Gance
Produced by Louis Nalpas
Starring Andrée Brabant
CinematographyLéonce-Henri Burel
Release date
  • 12 October 1917 (1917-10-12)
Languages Silent
French intertitles

The Zone of Death (French : La Zone de la mort) is a 1917 silent French lost film directed by Abel Gance. [1]



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  1. "Progressive Silent Film List: The Zone of Death". Silent Era. Retrieved 4 November 2008.