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The Love Special is a american film of genre Drama released in USA on 20 march 1921 with Wallace Reid

The Love Special (1921)

The Love Special
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Released in USA 20 march 1921
Length 50minutes
Genres Drama,    Action,    Romance

The Love Special is a 1921 American silent drama film directed by Frank Urson and written by Eugene B. Lewis and Frank H. Spearman. The film stars Wallace Reid, Agnes Ayres, Theodore Roberts, Lloyd Whitlock, Sylvia Ashton, and William Gaden. The film was released on March 20, 1921, by Paramount Pictures.


Wallace Reid

(Jim Glover)
Agnes Ayres

(Laura Gage)
Theodore Roberts

(Railroad President Gage)
Lloyd Whitlock

(Allen Harrison)
Sylvia Ashton

(Mrs. Whitney)
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