|La Belle Russe|
|Directed by||Charles Brabin|
|Written by||Charles Brabin (scenario)|
|Based on||La Belle Russe|
by David Belasco
Robert Lee Keeling
William B. Davidson
|Cinematography||George W. Lane|
|Distributed by||Fox Film Corporation|
La Belle Russe is a 1919 American silent romantic drama film directed by Charles Brabin and starring Theda Bara, Warburton Gamble, Marian Stewart, Robert Lee Keeling, William B. Davidson, and Alice Wilson. It is based on the 1882 play of the same name by David Belasco, which was previously adapted for the screen in 1914. The film was released by Fox Film Corporation on September 21, 1919.
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- Theda Bara as Fleurette Sackton / La Belle Russe
- Warburton Gamble as Phillip Sackton
- Marian Stewart as Phillip Sackton Jr.
- Robert Lee Keeling as Sir James Sackton
- William B. Davidson as Brand
- Alice Wilson as Lady Sackton
- Robert Vivian as Butler
- Lewis Broughton
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