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Into Her Kingdom (1926) Poster

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This is a lost film. One of many the late reviewer F.Gwynplaine Macinytre had not actually seen.
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Several expatriate members of the Czarist Russian nobility and military class were living in the Los Angeles area and working as extras in films. Some were recruited to serve as cast members and technical advisers on this film.
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In a symbolic 2-strip Technicolor insert, running 221 feet, the Weaver of Fate picks out multicolored cords and plays tricks with them. The red cord represents the girl and the brown cord represents the boy.
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