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|The Curse of Eve|
(alt:Mother, I Need You)
|Directed by||Frank Beal|
|Written by||Joseph Anthony Roach|
|Based on||a story by Wycliffe A. Hill|
|Produced by||Corona Cinema Co.|
F. E. Keeler
|Cinematography||William C. Thompson|
|Music by||Louis F. Gottschalk|
|Distributed by||State Rights|
As with its proclamation in press material, the film was considered daring from the start because of its theme. The Garden of Eve sequence was shot in the Santa Cruz Islands southern California. Released on State Rights basis it was heavily re-edited or censored in some jurisdictions because Markey's character has an abortion.
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