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Fritz Lang's Tiger Of Eschnapur, The (1959)

ID: 12175
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Starring: Sabine BethmannRene DeltgenClaus HolmPaul HubschmidValery InkijinoffDebra PagetWalter Reyer
Director: Fritz Lang
Category: Avant GardeForeign
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Standard1.33:1
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ENGLISH:DolbyDigitalMono
GERMAN:DolbyDigitalMono
Subtitles: English
Length: 100 mins
Release Date: 2001-10-16
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After more than two decades of exile in Hollywood, master filmmaker Fritz Lang triumphantly returned to his native Germany to direct the lavish two-part adventure tale The Tiger of Eschnapur and The Indian Tomb from a story he had co-authored almost forty years earlier.With incredible precision, Lang crafts a blend of color, decor, movement and montage that, in the twilight of his career, once again proves him a virtuoso of film form.Previously available in America only as Journey to the Lost City, a 90-minute condensation of the two films, these exotic masterpieces are presented restored and complete for the first time in the U.S.Western architect Harold Berger (Paul Hubschmid), called to India by Chandra, the Maharajah of Eschnapur, falls in love with the beautiful temple dancer Seetha (Debra Paget), although she is promised to the Maharajah.Their betrayal ignites the wrath of a vengeful Chandra, who is fighting his own battle for power with his scheming half-brother, and the lovers are forced to flee into the desert.Featuring breathtaking location photography and cliff-hanging suspense, the first part of Lang's epic is highlighted by Paget's erotic temple dance and Hubschmid's battle to the death with a man-eating tiger.



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