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The Rip-Tide (1923)

When he left for India, she was sweet, shy and unspoiled. He returned to find a woman of the world - cynical, brilliant and hard. What had brought about this change? Perhaps it was Count ... See full summary »

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Count Boris Voronsky
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The Maharajah
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Prince Tagor
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When he left for India, she was sweet, shy and unspoiled. He returned to find a woman of the world - cynical, brilliant and hard. What had brought about this change? Perhaps it was Count Boris Voronsky, a man who was absolutely unscrupulous and had a soul that knew naught but evil. And yet two women loved him tenderly, faithfully and devotedly. And when, pallid and trembling, he cringed before his impending doom, both women strove to help him avert the fate that was rightfully his. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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A Remarkable Drama of Love, Hate and Mystery (original poster) See more »


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15 May 1923 (USA)  »

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Na Maré Violenta das Paixões  »

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