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The Song of Love (1923)

 -  Drama  -  24 December 1923 (USA)
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A desert dancing girl fights to protect the French agent she loves.

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Noorma-hal
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Raymon Valverde
Arthur Edmund Carewe ...
Ramlika
Larry Wheat ...
Dick Jones (as Laurence Wheat)
Maude Wayne ...
Maureen Desmard
Earl Schenck ...
Commissionnaire Desmard
Hector Sarno ...
Chandra-lal (as Hector V. Sarno)
Albert Prisco ...
Chamba
Mario Carillo ...
Capt. Fregonne
James Cooley ...
Dr. Humbert
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A desert dancing girl fights to protect the French agent she loves.

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A New Norma in a Drama of Mad Loves, Fierce Hates and the Clash of Steel on Desert Sands.

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24 December 1923 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Canciones de amor  »

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The Song of Love
Words by Jimmy Campbell
Music by Reg Connelly
[c. 1924 (Great Britain), 'Inspired by the Associated First National Film "The Song of Love" starring Norma Talmadge']
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Norma Talmadge romances Arabs and French spies

The plot of this film seems to have been suggested by THE DESERT SONG. A dancing girl is forced to flirt with an Arab chief bent on crowning himself king, but falls in love with a handsome French spy. The film exists at the Library of Congress and at the Czech Film Archive. The above information was gleaned from Greta de Groat's website on Ms. Talmadge.


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