Pagan Love is a 1920 American silent romance film produced and directed by Hugo Ballin and starring his wife Mabel Ballin, Togo Yamamoto, and Rockliffe Fellowes. Its alternate title is The Honourable Gentleman, which is also the title of the short story by Achmed Abdullah that it is based on. The W. W. Hodkinson Company and Pathé Exchange handled the distribution.
|Directed by||Hugo Ballin|
|Produced by||Hugo Ballin|
|Written by||Hugo Ballin|
George S. Hellman
|Based on||The Honourable Gentleman|
by Achmed Abdullah
|Cinematography||J. Roy Hunt|
|Distributed by||W.W. Hodkinson|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
The National Archives of Canada in Ottawa has a copy of this film.
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