The Indian Tomb

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The companion film to director Fritz Lang's The Tiger of Ezchnapur is, like that film, a beautiful film to watch. This film, along with The Tiger of Ezchnapur, was edited together as Journey to the Lost City when it was originally released in the United States. The colorfully vibrant print is presented full-frame with an aspect ratio of 1.33:1. From the animated main menu, there is a choice of viewing the film in either its original German language or the English-dubbed version. A photo gallery contains 24 ...
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Debra Paget, Paul Hubschmid, Walter Reyer, Claus Holm, Val?ry Inkijinoff 10/16/2001 DVD 1960 Run time: 100. BRAND NEW IN FACTORY SEALED PLASTIC WRAP!

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Overview

The companion film to director Fritz Lang's The Tiger of Ezchnapur is, like that film, a beautiful film to watch. This film, along with The Tiger of Ezchnapur, was edited together as Journey to the Lost City when it was originally released in the United States. The colorfully vibrant print is presented full-frame with an aspect ratio of 1.33:1. From the animated main menu, there is a choice of viewing the film in either its original German language or the English-dubbed version. A photo gallery contains 24 black-and-white and color images. For anyone interested in the final films of this celebrated director, this is a disc worth seeking out.
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Special Features

New digital transfer (1.33:1); English & German language versions; Gallery of rare posters & stills
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Tom Wiener
The concluding installment of Fritz Lang's Indian epic, which began with Der Tiger von Eschnapur, plays out the story lines set up in the first installment, while giving more screen time to two characters barely seen in chapter one. As this film opens, the German architect Harald (Paul Hubschmid) and his lover, the temple dancer Seetha (Debra Paget), are on the run from Chandra, the evil maharajah (Walther Reyer) who desires her, while political intrigue bubbles up and boils over in his kingdom. The arrival in Eschnapur late in the first installment of Harald's sister Irene (Sabine Bethmann) and her husband Walter (Claus Holm), who is also Harald's business partner, allows for the two films' theme, the tension between Europeans and Indians, to continue to percolate. Walter and Irene are unaware that Harald is in jeopardy for stealing Seetha from Chandra, but Walter is appropriately appalled when the maharajah orders him to design a tomb for Seetha, his future maharani, who will occupy it while she is still alive, as payment for her treachery. Much of the action in this installment takes place in a warren of caves beneath Chandra's palace; a band of quarantined lepers, a cache of dynamite, and man-eating crocodiles all have parts to play. Lang's eye for visual detail is the trump card here, though there are other pleasures, including Paget's dance to ward off a huge python-she's wearing a costume that definitely pushes the envelope on 1950s movie dress codes. If Chandra's megalomania seems a throwback to two of Lang's most famous characters, Rotwang the mad scientist of Metropolis and Dr. Mabuse, it's actually a precursor. Lang and his second wife, Thea von Harbou, had planned to make this film very early in his career until his producer stole away the project for himself.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/2/2001
  • UPC: 014381123920
  • Original Release: 1959
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  • Source: FANTOMA
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Mono
  • Language: English, Deutsche
  • Time: 1:41:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Debra Paget Seetha
Paul Christian Alan Burton
Paul Hubschmid Henri Mercier
Walter Reyer Shandra
Claus Holm Dr. Walter Rhode
Sabine Bethmann Irene Rhode
Rene Deltgen Prince Ramigani
Guido Celano Gen. Dagh
Victor Francen
Richard Lauffen Bhowana
Luciana Paluzzi Bahrani
Panos Papadopoulos Messenger
Valery Inkijinoff Yama
Technical Credits
Fritz Lang Director, Screenwriter
Richard Angst Cinematographer
Gerhard Becker Score Composer
Gunter Brosda Costumes/Costume Designer
Billy Daniel Choreography
Louis de Masure Producer
Robby Gay Choreography
Claudia Herberg Costumes/Costume Designer
Werner Jorg Luddecke Screenwriter
Eberhard Meischner Producer
Michel Michelet Score Composer
Helmut Nentwig Art Director
Willy Schatz Art Director
Walter Wischniewsky Editor
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Credits [2:11]
2. The Story So Far [8:36]
3. A Monument to Hate [4:37]
4. On the Run [10:31]
5. Treachery & Lies [7:23]
6. Darkness Over Eschnapur [9:39]
7. The Trial [6:47]
8. Stone by Stone [8:25]
9. The Bait [6:46]
10. Search Party [7:03]
11. Escape [5:41]
12. The Lepers [6:34]
13. Every Second Counts [3:59]
14. Palace Rebellion [4:14]
15. Pride [4:29]
16. Finale [3:59]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play English Version
   Play German Version
   Scene Selection
   Photo Gallery
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