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Murnau's Third Film is among the LOST: synopsis follows.
A young Russian dancer in Geneva returns to Russia, where he falls in love with a grand duchess. He is arrested but manages to escape, searching for her until he is told she has died while he was in prison.
This is among the LOST films - no negative or positive materials are known to exist.
Above gleaned from Lotte Eisner's biography of Murnau.
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