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|Toen 't licht verdween|
|Directed by||Maurits Binger|
|Written by||Maurits Binger|
A. W. G. van Riemsdijk
|Produced by||Maurits Binger|
|8 July 1918|
Toen 't licht verdween is a 1918 Dutch silent drama film directed by Maurits Binger.
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