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White Shadows (1924)

The White Shadow (original title)
| Drama | 5 May 1924 (USA)
In Paris a wild girl becomes possessed by the soul of her twin who died to save her life.

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Nancy Brent / Georgina Brent
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Robin Field
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Bert Darley
Maresco Marisini
Donald Searle
Muriel Gregory
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In Paris a wild girl becomes possessed by the soul of her twin who died to save her life.

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Three of the six reels from this film (featuring around 40 minutes of footage) were discovered in the New Zealand Film Archive in 2011. Erroneously labeled "Twin Sisters" and "Unidentified American Film", they had been donated to the Archive in 1989 following the death of local film projectionist and collector Jack Murtagh. The nitrate prints hailed from the US release by Lewis J. Selznick Enterprises circa 1924. See more »

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30 June 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Does anyone know if the scene where the actress who plays both twin sisters is the first of its kind?

They are both on scene together at the same time, I assume spliced together. Is this the first time this had been done on film? This is a technical achievement because it is hardly noticeable and a viewer cannot see the edits.


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