The Indian Tomb (1959 film)
|The Indian Tomb|
German film poster
|Directed by||Fritz Lang|
|Produced by||Artur Brauner|
|Written by||Thea von Harbou (novel)
Werner Jörg Lüddecke
|Music by||Gerhard Becker
|Edited by||Walter Wischniewsky|
It is the second of two films comprising what has come to be known as Fritz Lang's Indian Epic; the other is The Tiger of Eschnapur (Der Tiger von Eschnapur). The film was based upon a novel written by Lang's ex-wife, Thea von Harbou, who had died in 1954.
In 1960 American International Pictures obtained the rights to both films and combined them into one film called Journey to the Lost City.
- The Indian Tomb at the Internet Movie Database
- A Clip on YouTube from The Indian Tomb (Debra Paget dancing with a cobra)
- "Come On, Baby, Be My Tiger" - article about the several versions of the film
- Artur-Brauner-Archive at the Deutsches Filmmuseum in Frankfurt (German), containing the production files for this movie
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