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The Blackguard (1925)

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Directed by Graham Cutts and based on a novel by Raymond Paton.

Alfred Hitchcock wrote the screenplay, and was the art director and assistant director.

The film was made at Ufa Studios in Germany and starred Jane Novak, Walter Rilla, Frank Stanmore, Bernhard Goetzke, and Martin Herzberg.

Also known as:

  • Die Prinzessin und der Geiger (Germany)
  • Le Voyou (France)

DVD Releases

Although a print of this of this film has survived, it has not been released on DVD yet.

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