A Game of Wits
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"A Game of Wits" is a 1917 comedy/drama film written by Daniel F. Whitcomb and directed by Henry King.
- country: United States of America
- written by Daniel F. Whitcomb
- cinematography by John F. Seitz
- genres: Comedy, Silent film, Drama
- released on (97 years ago)
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by David Thomson
1917: Southern Pride; A Game of Wits;The Mate ofthe Sally Ann.1918: Beauty and the Rogue; Powers That Pray;Hearts or Diamonds; The Locked Heart;When aMan Rides Alone; Hobbs in a Hurry; All the World to Nothing.
by Ashok Kumar
Wrestling is a combative sport and a manly art, a game of wits and rapid thinking. Misapplied, it can lead to brutality or commercialized entertainment, where money comes first and the sport second but performed with skill and a determined spirit, it can rate not only as one of the oldest but also as one of the oldest but also ...
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