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Flesh and the Devil (1926) is an MGM romantic drama silent film. It stars Greta Garbo, John Gilbert, Lars Hanson, and Barbara Kent, directed by Clarence Brown, and based on the play The Undying Past by Hermann Sudermann. In 2006, Flesh and the Devil was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". The film is a romantic drama about two childhood friends who grow up to be soldiers in Germany. One of the friends, Leo, (Gilbert) becomes infatuated with Felicitas (Garbo), who turns out to be the wife of a powerful count. Leo kills the count in a duel over the love and honor of Felicitas, but is done under the false pretense that it was due to angry words exchanged between the two at a card game. He is punished by the military and is sent away to Africa for five years although he only serves three. He asks his friend, Ulrich (Lars Hanson) to take care of Felicitas' needs...
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