Bella Donna, a seductive woman snares Nigel Armine into marriage and he takes her to Egypt to live. Tired of her simple husband, Bella becomes involved with brutish Baroudi.
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The 1923 song "Bella Donna" (words by Harry B. Smith and Arthur M. Brilant, music by Ted Snyder) exploited the image of Pola Negri as a marketing device but was not composed for the film. See more
Version of Bella Donna