The Star of Damascus


The Star of Damascus
The Star of Damascus
Directed by Michael Curtiz
Starring Lucy Doraine
Iván Petrovich
Cinematography Gustav Ucicky
Release date(s) 3 September 1920
Country Austria
Language Silent

The Star of Damascus (German: Der Stern von Damaskus) is a 1920 Austrian film directed by Michael Curtiz.

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