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Paul Biensfeldt, Lil Dagover, George John, Meinhart Maur View All


Fritz Lang (Director), Max Jungk (Screenplay), David Belasco (Writer), John Luther Long (Writer) View All

Release: Dec. 18th, 1919
Runtime: 1 hour, 20 minutes
The daughter of a Daimyo, one forced to commit harakiri to secure her a future to choose her own destiny, falls in love with and marries a European officer. The officer returns to Europe but promises to come back for her and his new child, but when he comes back to Japan, he brings his European wife.

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