The Affairs of Anatol

The Affairs of Anatol
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Steve

A bizarre but enjoyable concoction. Where else are you going to find a character named Satan Synne (played by a very young Bebe Daniels of "42nd Street" fame)? Sets, costumes and film tinting are all astounding.

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