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Das indische Grabmal (1938)

Back in India after what happened at first part Der Tiger von Eschnapur, Maharadscha Chandra is ready to carry on his well-planned vengeance, in which German architect Peter Fürbringer, his... See full summary »

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Maharadscha von Eschnapur (as Frits van Dongen)
Kitty Jantzen ...
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Indira, eine indische Tänzerin
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Hans Stüwe ...
Alexander Golling ...
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Gisela Schlüter ...
Karl Haubenreißer ...
Gopal, Würdenträger in Eschnapur
Olaf Bach ...
Rosa Jung ...
Albert Hörrmann ...
Gerhard Bienert ...
Ratani, Werkmeister
Valy Arnheim ...
Wachmann Ramura
Carl Auen ...
Indischer Nobiler
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Back in India after what happened at first part Der Tiger von Eschnapur, Maharadscha Chandra is ready to carry on his well-planned vengeance, in which German architect Peter Fürbringer, his fiancée Irene and his assistant will get involuntarily involved having to fight for their lives amidst a revolt fueled by traitor Prinz Ramigani. Written by BSK

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13 May 1938 (USA)  »

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The Indian Tomb  »

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The original choice for the role of Peter Fürbringer, Architekt, finally played by Hans Stüwe, was the actor Hans Söhnker. See more »

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Remade as The Indian Tomb (1959) See more »

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my first experience of beauty
24 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this film when I was 10yrs old, just before WWII. Even as a child I thought La Jana was the most beautiful human being that I ever had seen. I would love to see this film again, but I don't know how or where to find it. Any help will be most appreciated. I remember how terribly sad I and many relatives were when the death of La Jana was announced in late 1940. I recently read that La Jana was selected for the part of LolaLola in Blau Engel but that Sternberg's wife who was a friend of Dietrich managed to give the part to Dietrich, thus changing cinematic history. In retrospect it seems that Dietrich rather than the imperious La Jana was a better choice for the part, even at the expense of beauty.


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