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"The Indian Tomb"
1921
Directed by Joe May

Scripted by Fritz Lang (who directed his own remakes in 1959) this lavish adventure is based on a novel by Thea von Harbou and directed by German cinema pioneer Joe May, who helped launch Lang's career. This epic is actually comprised of two separate features, Das Tiger von Eschnapur and Das Sendung des Yoghi, both released in 1921. The spectacular story follows the romantic rivalry between a powerful prince and the British officer who steals his wife away. Sexual extortion, man-eating beasts and heroic battles all play a part in the action. The great Conrad Veidt tops the cast. First released in the U.S. as Mysteries of India, Part I: Above All Law and Mysteries of India, Part II: Truth. Restored by David Shepard. Music score compiled and orchestrated by Eric Beheim.  211 minutes.


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