The Hard Way (1916 film)

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The Hard Way is a 1916 British silent crime film directed by Walter West and starring Muriel Martin-Harvey, Joseph Tozer and Thomas H. MacDonald.[1] It was the first film to be shot at Broadwest's newly acquired Walthamstow studios. Its plot concerns an English artist's wife who commits bigamy in Paris.



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