|The Song of the Soul|
|Directed by||John W. Noble|
|Written by||John W. Noble|
|Based on||the novel An Old World Romance by William J. Locke|
|Distributed by||Goldwyn Pictures|
The Song of the Soul is a 1920 silent film drama directed by John W. Noble and starring Vivian Martin. It was produced by Messmore Kendall and Robert W. Chambers. Goldwyn Pictures distributed the film.
The films is preserved in the Cinematheque Royale de Belgique, Brussels.
- Vivian Martin - Barbara Seaforth
- Fritz Leiber - Jerry Wendover
- Charles E. Graham - Grooze
- Ricca Allen - Jinny
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