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November 10, 2020
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  • {"poster":{"file_path":"/rMjvZuW573IdDLzHvff9vwrA2e3.jpg"}}
October 21, 2020
genres a
  • {"name":"Drama","id":18}
February 18, 2020
images d
  • {"poster":{"file_path":"/gtfnuORiotKI18g0YBeG34rugdZ.jpg"}}
March 3, 2019
production_countries a
  • "GB"
June 13, 2018
overview a
  • "Красивата Нанси се завръща от екскурзия в Париж и среща на круизен кораб пътуващ към Англия младия американец Робин. Двамата се сприятеляват и решават в бъдеще да си гостуват. Когато Робин отива да посети Нанси, тя измисля план да се разменят с нейната сестра-близначка Джорджина. Бащата на момичетата изобщо не е доволен от появилия се младеж и решава да прекрати срещите на дъщерите си с него. Тогава Нанси изчезва. Когато разбира, че дъщеря й я няма майката на момичетата умира. През 1989г. след смъртта на новозеландския прожекционист Джак Муртаг роднините му откриват и даряват три ролки с част от филма на Филмовия архив на страната."
title a
  • "Бялата сянка"
translations a
  • "bg-BG"
June 21, 2016
ro-RO
homepage a
  • null
ro-RO
title a
  • "Umbra albă"
translations a
  • "ro-RO"
January 15, 2013
crew a
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genres a
  • {"name":"Drama","id":18}
December 19, 2012
overview u
  • "The White Shadow (1923) is a British drama film directed by Graham Cutts based on the novel \"Children of Chance\" by Michael Morton. Alfred Hitchcock worked on it as assistant director and also handled the writing, editing, and art direction. The film was long thought to be lost. In August 2011, it was announced that the first three reels of the six-reel picture had been found in a garden shed and donated to the NFPF. The film cans were mislabled Two Sisters and Unidentified American Film and only later identified. The film was restored by Park Road Studios and is now in the New Zealand Film Archive."
  • "The White Shadow is a British drama film directed by Graham Cutts based on the novel \"Children of Chance\" by Michael Morton. Alfred Hitchcock worked on it as assistant director and also handled the writing, editing, and art direction. The film was long thought to be lost. In August 2011, it was announced that the first three reels of the six-reel picture had been found in a garden shed and donated to the NFPF. The film cans were mislabled Two Sisters and Unidentified American Film and only later identified. The film was restored by Park Road Studios and is now in the New Zealand Film Archive."
plot_keywords a
  • {"name":"same actor playing twin role","id":156873}
plot_keywords a
  • {"name":"twin","id":34083}
releases a
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releases a
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releases a
  • {"iso_3166_1":"FI","release_date":"1926-04-04","certification":"","primary":null}
alternative_titles a
  • {"title":"Two Sisters and Unidentified American Film","iso_3166_1":"NZ"}
alternative_titles a
  • {"title":"White Shadows","iso_3166_1":"US"}
alternative_titles a
  • {"title":"White Shadows","iso_3166_1":"US"}
images a
  • {"poster":{"file_path":"/gtfnuORiotKI18g0YBeG34rugdZ.jpg"}}
genres a
  • {"name":"Drama","id":18}
overview u
  • "Film stills are no substitute for moving pictures, but even static images from The White Shadow convey a sense of Alfred Hitchcock’s early gift for creating drama by purely visual means. Betty Compson’s impish smile and half-open eyes framed by a jauntily angled hat and a wreath of artfully positioned smoke; the motley crew of men at the poker table she effortlessly controls; Clive Brook’s steely gaze set off by a slash of light across an otherwise dark background; the graceful shading of an ivy-draped window framing a wistful face. These and many other images confirm Hitchcock’s precocious talent for silent storytelling."
  • "The White Shadow (1923) is a British drama film directed by Graham Cutts based on the novel \"Children of Chance\" by Michael Morton. Alfred Hitchcock worked on it as assistant director and also handled the writing, editing, and art direction. The film was long thought to be lost. In August 2011, it was announced that the first three reels of the six-reel picture had been found in a garden shed and donated to the NFPF. The film cans were mislabled Two Sisters and Unidentified American Film and only later identified. The film was restored by Park Road Studios and is now in the New Zealand Film Archive."
November 15, 2012
cast a
  • {"person_id":32192,"character":"Herbert Barnes","order":4}
cast a
  • {"person_id":1119372,"character":"Mr. Brent","order":3}
cast a
  • {"person_id":1510,"character":"Louis Chadwick","order":2}
cast a
  • {"person_id":13340,"character":"Robin Field","order":1}
cast a
  • {"person_id":13556,"character":"Nancy Brent / Georgina Brent","order":0}
crew a
  • {"person_id":47673,"department":"Writing","job":"Novel"}
crew a
  • {"person_id":2636,"department":"Editing","job":"Editor"}
crew a
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crew a
  • {"person_id":2636,"department":"Art","job":"Art Direction"}
releases a
  • {"iso_3166_1":"US","release_date":"1924-05-05","certification":"","primary":false}
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  • "tt0015493"
crew a
  • {"person_id":97567,"department":"Directing","job":"Director"}
original_title a
  • "The White Shadow"
budget a
  • 0
en
runtime a
  • 44
en
overview a
  • "Film stills are no substitute for moving pictures, but even static images from The White Shadow convey a sense of Alfred Hitchcock’s early gift for creating drama by purely visual means. Betty Compson’s impish smile and half-open eyes framed by a jauntily angled hat and a wreath of artfully positioned smoke; the motley crew of men at the poker table she effortlessly controls; Clive Brook’s steely gaze set off by a slash of light across an otherwise dark background; the graceful shading of an ivy-draped window framing a wistful face. These and many other images confirm Hitchcock’s precocious talent for silent storytelling."
adult u
revenue a
  • 0
translations a
  • "en"
general c
  • null

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