Jessica: There appears to be cataloging for two versions of the movie released in the U.S. in OCLC. One has [S.l.] : Foreign Film Classics [?, 199-?, 1924] for publication/distribution information. The other has [Alamogordo, N.M.] : Silent Screen Movie Classics [199-] It alss has a note saying that Foreign Film Classics is on container. So, both are probably from the same company. There is a note in both records "Restauration: C.N.C. Archives du Film. 78390 Bois d'Arcy"--Film frame. They are color tinted and have a running time of 128 min.
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