Three Faces East (1926 film)

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Three Faces East
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Directed by Rupert Julian
Produced by Cecil B. DeMille
Written by C. Gardner Sullivan (scenario)
Monte Katterjohn (scenario)
Based onThree Faces East
1918 play
by Anthony Paul Kelly
Starring Jetta Goudal
Robert Ames
Clive Brook
Music by Hugo Riesenfeld
Cinematography J. Peverell Marley
Edited byClaude Berkeley
Distributed by Producers Distributing Corporation
Release date
February 3, 1926 (premiere)
Running time
Seven reels (7,419 feet)
CountryUnited States
LanguageSilent film
English intertitles

Three Faces East is a 1926 silent film directed by Rupert Julian and starring Jetta Goudal and Clive Brook. It is based on a popular 1918 Broadway play by Anthony Paul Kelly about spies during World War I. It was refilmed in sound in 1930. [1] [2] [3] It was remade in 1940 under British Intelligence starring Boris Karloff. The story's action takes place in France and Britain.


This film is listed as surviving in Bois d'Arcy in France. [4]



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