Wreckage (film)

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Directed by Scott R. Dunlap
Written by Izola Forrester (novel)
Fanny Hatton
Frederic Hatton
Agnes Parsons
Produced by Ben Verschleiser
Starring May Allison
Holmes Herbert
John Miljan
Cinematography King D. Gray
Conrad Wells
Banner Productions
Distributed byHenry Ginsberg Distributing Company
Wardour Films (UK)
Release date
September 12, 1925
Running time
60 minutes
CountryUnited States
English intertitles

Wreckage is a 1925 American silent drama film directed by Scott R. Dunlap and starring May Allison, Holmes Herbert and John Miljan. [1]



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  1. Goble p.163