Through Fire and Water

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Through Fire and Water
Directed by Thomas Bentley
Written by Victor Bridges (novel)
Eliot Stannard
Starring Clive Brook
Flora le Breton
Lawford Davidson
Jerrold Robertshaw
Distributed byIdeal Film Company
Release date
CountryUnited Kingdom

Through Fire and Water is a 1923 British silent adventure film directed by Thomas Bentley and starring Clive Brook, Flora le Breton and Lawford Davidson. [1] It was based on the novel Greensea Island by Victor Bridges.



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