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Release DateApril 11, 1926
Running time1h 20m
Old Loves and New is a 1926 American silent drama film directed by Maurice Tourneur in one of his final American films.
The romance and adventure story has the virtuous Lord Carew and the good-for-nothing Lord Geradine competing for the attentions of the virtuous Marny and the good-for-nothing Lady Carew, all set in the exotic desert sands of Algeria. The setting and story are completely typical of the desert-romance genre novelist Edith Maude Hull invented and specialized in. This film is now lost.