File:Poster - Lady in Ermine, The (1927) 01.jpg

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English: Film poster for the American romantic drama film The Lady in Ermine (1927).
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Source http://www.doctormacro.com/Movie%20Summaries/L/Lady%20in%20Ermine,%20The%20%281927%29.htm
Author Employee(s) of First National Pictures

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  • It is a printed literary, musical, or dramatic work that does not include the year.
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