Through the Neighbor's Window

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Through the Neighbor's Window
Directed by Edward Coxen
Starring Charlotte Burton
Edith Borella
Jean Durrell
Robert Grey
Billie West
Distributed by Mutual Film
Release date
  • September 11, 1913 (1913-09-11)
CountryUnited States
Language Silent
English intertitles

Through the Neighbor's Window is a 1913 American silent short comedy film directed by Edward Coxen starring Charlotte Burton, Edith Borella, Jean Durrell, Robert Grey and Billie West.


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