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Only known copy of it was destroyed in a fire in the 1950s. Film is lost.
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Second part and sequel to The Wedding March (1928), though it was filmed at the same time. It was never completed and never released in the US, although it had a limited release in Europe, using footage from "The Wedding March".
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According to The Swedish Filmdatabase (SFI or sfi.se) the World premiere was in France in 1929, but doesn't specify where in France this occasion took place. The Swedish premiere was 21 November 1930 in Stockolm at the Auditorium theatre, the database also specify the length at 2.278 meters and width at 35 mm. The Swedish distributer at that time was Film AB Paramount.
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Erich von Stroheim: [prostitution] Nikki arrives at the beer garden at the end of the film and interacts with a streetwalker.
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