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Bolshevism on Trial
Directed by Harley Knoles
Written by Harry Chandlee
Starring Robert Frazer
Leslie Stowe
Release date(s) 1919
Running time 70 min.
Country  United States
Language Silent film
English intertitles

Bolshevism on Trial is a 1919 American motion picture drama made by the Mayflower Photoplay Company and distributed through Lewis J. Selznick's Select Pictures Corporation.

Directed by Harley Knoles from a screenplay by Harry Chandlee, it is based on the 1909 novel "Comrades" by Thomas Dixon. The seventy-minute feature film was a commercial propaganda project about a disillusioned young soldier who yearns to live in a classless society where all people are equal. In order to prove to the idealistic young man that communism can't work, his wealthy father purchases an island off the coast of Florida and establishes a commune for his son to live in.

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