To see Rome, it is not necessary to visit Italy. They form the setting for Lillian Gish's greatest dramatic triumph, 'The White Sister,' which is now showing at the Queen's Theatre. 'The White Sister' was chosen as the first film to be reproduced entirely overseas. The picture is a Henry King production for Inspiration Pictures, Charles H. Duell Jr., president, and is distributed by Metro.
Queen's Theatre: Real View of Italy in Gish Special
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Francis Marion Crawford (novel)
A young woman becomes a nun when she believes her sweetheart has been killed, but things get complicated when he returns alive.
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