Three Weeks in Paris

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Three Weeks in Paris
Directed by Roy Del Ruth
Written by Daryl Zanuck (story; as Gregory Rogers)
Daryl Zanuck(scenario; as Daryl Zanuck)
Starring Matt Moore
Cinematography David Abel
Edited by Clarence Kolster
Production
company
Distributed byWarner Bros.
Release date
  • December 5, 1925 (1925-12-05)
Running time
6 reels (approximately 60 minutes)
CountryUnited States
Language silent (English Intertitles)

Three Weeks in Paris is a 1925 silent movie from Warner Bros. starring Matt Moore and Dorothy Devore. [1] No copies are known to survive. [2] [3]

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  1. "AFI listing". www.afi.com.
  2. "Lost Film Files - Warner". www.silentsaregolden.com.
  3. "Three Weeks In Paris". lcweb2.loc.gov. April 16, 2018.