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The White Sister

The White Sister(1923)

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Thinking her lover was killed in the war, a young woman becomes a nun.

Cast & Crew

Henry King Director
Lillian Gish Angela Chiaromonte
Ronald Colman Capt. Giovanni Severini
Gail Kane Marchesa di Mola
J. Barney Sherry Monsignor Saracinesca
Charles Lane Prince Chiaromonte
Juliette La Violette Madame Bernard
Signor Serena Professor Ugo Severini
Alfredo Bertone Filmore Durand
Ramón Ibáñez Count del Ferice
Alfredo Martinelli Alfredo del Ferice
Carloni Talli Mother Superior
Giovanni Viccola General Mazzini
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York premiere: 5 Sep 1923
Release Date:  1923 Production Date:  35mm - Turner/16mm Swank
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Metro Pictures Corp.
Sound:  Silent Production Co:  Inspiration Pictures
Duration(mins):  not available Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  13,147    
Duration(reels):  13    

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  • Thanks for the Tip on the Score

    Jaime 2017-07-07

    The movie and music were both amazingly beautiful! I immediately searched for the music and found great info here. Thank you fellow viewers for sharing. MORE>

  • Beautiful!!!

    Pam 2017-07-07

    I have never had the pleasure of seeing this movie I absolutely love silent film and this movie was so wonderfully done in every aspect the musical score... MORE>

  • Well done

    Leslie 2017-07-06

    i highly recommend this film. Yes, it is sad but also beautiful and very well done. Lillian Gish is wonderful in the lead. After watching this film I... MORE>