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Two Arabian Knights
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Two Arabian Knights

Two Arabian Knights (1927) is a silent black and white comedy film directed by Lewis Milestone.

The plot of the film is that two men escape from a German prison, and face many adventures in Arabia.

The movie was made in the US and ran for 92 minutes. It was made by Caddor Company under the studio United Artists. The movie starred William Boyd, Mary Astor, Louis Wolheim, Michael Vavitch, Ian Keith, and DeWitt Jennings. The screenwriters were James T. O'Donohue, Wallace Smith, and George Marion Jr. The film won one Academy Award.