Through the Shadows

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Through the Shadows
Directed by Carmine Gallone
Cinematography Emilio Guattari
Production
company
Films Gallone
Release date
May 1923
CountryItaly
LanguageSilent
Italian intertitles

Through the Shadows (Italian: La madre folle) is a 1923 Italian silent film directed by Carmine Gallone. [1]

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  1. Wlaschin p.162

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