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The Eagle (1925)

Director: Clarence Brown
Rudolph Valentino


A wanted Russian lieutenant becomes a masked vigilante seeking vengeance upon the man who stole his family’s land, only to fall for his charming daughter.
Source: IMDB

The story is based on the fiction novel Dubrovsky, first published in 1841, written by Russian poet and novelist Alexander Pushkin. Would you like to read the book?

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Alexander Pushkin: Dubrovsky
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