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Director: George Fitzmaurice
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Comedy | Drama
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Action | Drama
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Serial about Japanese spies trying to invade the US but whose plans are foiled by a rich heiress and a Secret Service agent.

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All Night (1918)
Comedy | Drama
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6.1/10 X  

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Director: Paul Powell
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Cast overview:
Lilly Meany, aka Vashti Dethic
Lord Asgarby
Peg Meany
Bill Tozeer (as Harry Van Meter)
Mae Giraci ...
Eve Asabarby (as May Geraci)
Percy Challenger ...
Mr. Prall
Lucille Ward ...
Mrs. Prall
P. Dempsey Tabler ...


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7 June 1920 (USA)  »

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A Espoliadora  »

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Valentino was an extra in this lost film.

This is one of six films Rudolph Valentino appeared in in 1920. Of these six, three are among the lost and this is one of those films. No negative or print material is known to survive. Valentino's work for 1918 is all extant but films of the 1919/1920 period are sketchy - of thirteen, only six survive.

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