|Directed by||Louis Feuillade|
|Written by||Louis Feuillade|
|Edited by||Léon Klausse|
|12 chapters (418 minutes)|
Tih Minh tells the story of Jacques d'Athys who returns to his home in Nice after an expedition to Indochina. Tih Minh (Mary Harald), a young woman from Laos, accompanies him.
Athys and his servant, Placide, soon become involved with an international band of jewel thieves-cum-spies that include among its members a mysterious noble person, a hypnotist, and, an evil doctor who renders their victims amnesiacs.
Unknown to Athys, he has returned to France with a book that contains a coded message revealing the location of treasure and sensitive government intelligence. This makes him and Tih Minh the target of the spies who will stop at nothing to obtain the book.
- Mary Harald - Tih Minh
- René Cresté - Jacques d'Athys
- Georges Biscot - Placido
- Édouard Mathé - Sir Francis Grey
- Louis Leubas - Kistna
- Gaston Michel - Dr. Gilson
- Marcel Marquet - Dr. Clauzel (as Marquet)
- Émile André - Dr. Davesnes
- Georgette Faraboni - La marquise Dolorès
- Jeanne Rollette - Rosette
- Lugane - Jane d'Athys
- Madame Lacroix - Mme d'Athys
- "Progressive Silent Film List: Tih Minh". Silent Era. Retrieved 24 February 2008.
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