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To Have and To Hold

by Mary Johnston

Even his King could not force him to give up the woman he loved! One of America's most famous and beloved historical novels.

Twice adapted to the screen, first as a silent film in 1916 by Jesse L. Lasky’s Famous Players company, directed by George Melford and starring Wallace Reid and Mae Murray. Then again in 1922, Lasky recreated the film starring Bert Lytell and Betty Compson.

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