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  Clive Brook and Betty Compson.
Frame enlargement: courtesy National Film Preservation Foundation.
 
 
The White Shadow
Also known as L’Ombra bianca in Italy; White Shadows in the USA; La sombra blanca in Venezuela
(1924) British
B&W : 1538 metres
Directed by Graham Cutts

Cast: Betty Compson [Nancy Brent; and Georgina Brent], Clive Brook [Robin Field], Henry Victor [Louis Chadwick], A.B. Imeson [Mr. Brent], Olaf Hytten [Herbert Barnes], Daisy Campbell [Elizabeth Brent], Bert Darley, Maresco Marisini, Donald Searle, Muriel Gregory

Balcon-Saville-Freedman production; distributed by Woolf & Freedman Film Service, Limited. / Produced by Michael Balcon and Victor Saville. Scenario by Alfred Hitchcock, from the novel Children of Chance by Michael Morton. Art direction by Alfred Hitchcock. Assistant director, Alfred Hitchcock. Cinematography by Claude L. McDonnell. Edited by Alfred Hitchcock. / Standard 35mm spherical 1.33:1 format. / The film was released in the USA by Lewis J. Selznick Enterprises on 13 October 1924.

Drama.

Survival status: Print exists [incomplete 35mm nitrate positive (three reels only of the 1924 American release version)].

Current rights holder: (unknown)

Listing updated: 5 September 2013.

References: Taylor-Hitchcock pp. 53, 54 : Website-NFPF; Website-IMDb.

Home video: DVD.

 
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