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Love in Morocco, Passion in the Desert
Great Britain, France, 1932
Directed by: Rex Ingram, Alice Terry,

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Cast and Credits

Production Gaumont British Picture Corporation Ltd, London
Producer Rex Ingram
Mansfield Markham
Director Rex Ingram
Alice Terry [(Co-Director)]
Assistant Director Tomás Cola [(not credited)]
Scenario Rex Ingram
Peter Spencer
Story Rex Ingram
Benno Vigny
Director of Photography Léonce-Henri Burel
Paul Portier [(as P. Portier)]
Sepp Allgeier [(as A. Allgeier)]
Marcel Lucien
T Tomatis
Composer Louis Levy
Editor Lothar Wolff
Art Director Jean Laffitte
Henri Menessier
Cast Rex Ingram [André Duval, a sergeant in the corps of Spahis]
Rosita Garcia [Zinah, Si Alal's daughter]
Pierre Batcheff [Si Hamed, Si Alal's son]
Philippe Moretti [Si Allal, Caid de Ilued (as Felipe Montes)]
Andrews Engelmann [Si Amarok]
Dennis Hoey [Captain Labry]
Arabella Fields [Mabrouka, a slave]
Laura Salerni [Arlette]
Paul Henreid [Not credited]

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