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Flesh and the Devil

Flesh and the Devil(1926)

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Brief Synopsis

In this silent film, a femme fatale comes between childhood friends.

Cast & Crew

Clarence Brown Director
John Gilbert Leo von Sellenthin
Greta Garbo Felicitas von Kletzingk
Lars Hanson Ulrich von Kletzingk
Barbara Kent Hertha Prochvitz
William Orlamond Uncle Kutowski
George Fawcett Pastor Brenckenburg
Eugenie Besserer Leo's mother
Marc MacDermott Count von Rhaden
Benjamin F. Glazer Screenwriter
Lloyd Nosler Film Editor
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  not available
Release Date:  1926 Production Date:  35mm - Turner
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Silent Production Co:  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures
Duration(mins):  not available Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  8,759    
Duration(reels):  9    

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  • Blushing in the dark

    Don Letta 2014-04-16

    Never have I seen a more blatantly sexual scene in a GP film, as the communion scene in FLESH AND THE DEVIL.I actually blushed the first time I saw it. MORE>

  • Flesh and the Devil

    angie 2014-03-23

    I love this film -the fire Garbo and Gilbert made together make me I feel like I am spying on them! It is everything a silent film should be-beautiful to... MORE>

  • silent screen magic

    hermann 2010-09-02

    Mesmerizing! Intoxicating! thanks due principally to the magical Garbo, but I also love all the imagery and ambiguities that send one's imagination in... MORE>