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Camille(1921)

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Brief Synopsis

In this silent film, a kept woman gives up her glamorous life for an innocent young man.

Cast & Crew

Nazimova Camille, Marguerite Gautier
Rudolph Valentino Armand Duval
Arthur Hoyt Count De Varville
William Orlamond Monsieur Duval
Rudolph Bergquist Director of Photography
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  not available
Release Date:  1921 Production Date:  35mm - Turner/16mm - Swank
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Metro Pictures Corp.
Sound:  Silent Production Co:  Nazimova Productions
Duration(mins):  not available Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  5,600    
Duration(reels):  6    

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  • Ah,The Silents

    rudyrudy 2014-11-04

    Wonder if Valentino would've made the switch to talkies?Such a tragic loss,as were all who didn't make the cut.This was surprisingly good!On this... MORE>

  • Francines answer

    Eddie McNeil 2011-06-27

    If you buy the DVD CAMILLLE with GARBO and ROBERT TAYLOR you will find that it also contains the silent 1921 version with VALENTINO and NAZIMOVA it runs 70... MORE>

  • Wonderful Art Production

    Francine 2011-04-19

    Set against the ordinary worlds of town and country, Rambova did an extraordinary job of setting Camille's world apart. The fabulous art nouveau... MORE>