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Camille (1917)

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Camille is a courtesan in Paris. She falls deeply in love with a young man of promise, Armand Duval. When Armand's father begs her not to ruin his hopes of a career and position by marrying... See full summary »

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Alan Roscoe ...
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Camille is a courtesan in Paris. She falls deeply in love with a young man of promise, Armand Duval. When Armand's father begs her not to ruin his hopes of a career and position by marrying Armand, she acquiesces and leaves her lover. However, when poverty and terminal illness overwhelm her, Camille discovers that Armand has not lost his love for her. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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A Masterpiece of Bara Art -- A Theda Bara Super Picture

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Drama | Romance

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30 September 1917 (USA)  »

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Dama kameliowa  »

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This film is presumed lost. Please check your attic. See more »

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Version of La signora delle camelie (1915) See more »

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