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The Eternal Flame (1922)

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Marquis de Ronquerolles (as Wedgewood Nowell)
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Vidame de Pameir (as Thomas Ricketts)
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Abbé Conrand
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17 September 1922 (USA)  »

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Az örök tűz  »

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Considered lost until October 2016 when part of a copy of the film was found. See more »

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The Eternal Flame
Lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan
Music by Ernest R. Ball
[c. 1922, 'Introduced in "The Eternal Flame" founded on Honore De Balzac's "La Duchesse De Langeais", A First National Attraction starring Norma Talmadge, Presented by Joseph M. Schenck"]
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Balzac story as the basis for Norma Talmadge film

Balzac was rarely translated to the screen in silent days - most notably in THE CONQUERING POWER, an adaptation of EUGENIE GRANDET. This adaptation of LA DUCHESSE DE LANGLAIS involves a flirtation Duchess who goes after a man who won't be trifled with. The film exists only partially - at the Library of Congress (reels 1,2,4-7). The above information was gleaned from Greta de Groat's website on Norma Talmadge.


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