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The Indian Tomb 1959 123movies

The Indian Tomb 1959 123movies

Der deutsche Millionen-Film!Mar. 05, 195997 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Harald Berger and his Indian lover, the temple dancer Seetha, desperately flee from the shikaris (cavalry) of Eschanapur’s maharajah Chandra, who burn a whole village just for letting them pass invoking traditional hospitality. A spider weaves a web so the trackers won’t look for them in a Shiva temple, but she is caught outside, he left for dead after a steep fall into a crocodile-infested water. Meanwhile his sister Irene and brother-in-law Dr. Walter Rhode, the architect who refuses to build a tomb to bury Seetah alive for scorning the ruler’s love before the hospital he was asked for, guess the truth, and try to make their assigned Indian servant Asagara talk, who dreads incriminating his sovereign. She can’t believe Chandra’s claim Harald was killed on a tiger-hunt, and the architect finds the bloody shirt he produces doesn’t have the button she mended. Prince Ramigani plots seizing Chandra’s throne with rajah Padhu, courtiers and the corrupt General Dagh, as soon as Chandra gives offense by marrying the unworthy dancer, which would turn the Hindu priests and ordinary people against him. Seetah dances to charm a cobra in the temple by way of oracle of the goddess, but when she trips Chandra kills the beast, is accused of blasphemy but decides to wed her anyhow, intending to bury his unwilling queen as soon as the monumental tomb is ready. Irene overhears Ramigami forcing Seetah to accept the loveless marriage for the life of Harald, whom he has secretly incarcerated in the palace’s vast subterranean, and plans with her and Walter to find him and flee, using dynamite to create a diversion…
Plot: Seetha and Harold Berger are rescued from the desert by a caravan and brought to a small village. However, the greedy owner of the house where they are lodged betrays the law of hospitality and reveals their location to Prince Ramigani. The couple tries to escape but is hunted and captured by Ramigani and his men. Meanwhile Irene Rhode and her husband Walter Rhode suspect that Maharaja Chandra is not telling the truth about Harold’s destiny. The conspirator Ramigani forces Seetha to accept to get married with Chandra to provoke the wrath of the priests and get the alliance of Prince Padhu and his army. In the meantime, Harold succeeds in escaping from the dungeon and seeks out Seetha to save her.
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Delightful Conclusion of a Romantic Adventure
Seetha (Debra Paget) and Harold Berger (Paul Hubschmid) are rescued from the desert by a caravan and brought to a small village. However, the greedy owner of the house where they are lodged betrays the law of hospitality and reveals their location to Prince Ramigani (René Deltgen). The couple tries to escape but is hunted and captured by Ramigani and his men. Meanwhile Irene Rhode (Sabine Bethmann) and her husband Walter Rhode (Claus Holm) suspect that Maharaja Chandra (Walter Reyer) is not telling the truth about Harold’s destiny. The conspirator Ramigani forces Seetha to accept to get married with Chandra to provoke the wrath of the priests and get the alliance of Prince Padhu (Jochen Brockmann) and his army. In the meantime, Harold succeeds in escaping from the dungeon and seeks out Seetha to save her.

“Das Indische Grabmal” is the delightful conclusion of a romantic adventure in the exotic India. This family movie seems to be a matinée with wonderful moments, like for example, the spider building its web and protecting the lovers after the offering of Seetha to her god Shiva; or the sexy dance of Seetha; or the maze in the underground of the palace; or the dead bodies without gore. The colors are splendidly restored in the DVD released in Brazil by Continental in the beautiful locations and sets, and it is possible to see the strings controlling the snake while Seetha is dancing. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): “Sepulcro Indiano” (“Indian Tomb”)

Review By: claudio_carvalho Rating: 8 Date: 2009-11-11
Lang Lush – Part 2
(Spoilers). The Indian Tomb (actually titled The Tomb of Love in the opening credits of the Fantomas DVD release) is part two of Fritz Lang’s Indian Epic, and I have to say that this and Part One, The Tiger of Eschnapur, are quickly become two of my favorites of this director, despite their deficiencies. As I said in my notes about Tiger, this two part production has a lot going for it, not the least of which are the remarkable locations, cinematography, Langian screen compositions and costumes. This is eye candy to the max with one amazing image after another, but its modern day Adam and Eve storyline and supernatural microcosm are also noteworthy. Part One set the stage, pitted the characters against one another, and in Part Two, the rivalry between architect Harald Berger and the Maharaja Chandra, and the political intrigue finally explode in full force. In Part Two the pacing also picks up. Speaking of that, I must mention that the first time I watched both films, I found them rather slow and uneventful, particularly Part Two – but something about them brought me back and about a year later I re-watched them. The second viewing was a very different experience. I saw things I completely missed the first time around. The clever irony, the emphasis on the spiritual world, the correlation of animals to the main characters and the Gods, the existence of a subversive underworld, and the interplay of opposing forces all came into focus in the most poetic fashion. On first viewing I think I preferred the first part, but I now feel they are equally strong. In Part Two, the plot to overthrow the prince and the arcs of the key characters (particularly Paget’s Seetha character) carried more weight on second viewing. As someone else said, the films are structured in a cliff hanger serial style, not unlike the Indiana Jones films. Unlike Spielberg, however, Lang’s Indian Epic isn’t afraid to take its characters seriously. There is humor, but the romance of character, locale, theme and story take a front seat. There is more going on here than just a fantastic adventure. At the end of Part One, the hero, Berger, and the Indian dancer, Seetha, beaten by the sun in the desert, collapse, and Berger shoots his gun towards the sun in an act of defiance against God. This theme of defiance towards God develops throughout Part Two. And Part Two also has Debra Paget’s erotic dance of death (with an unfortunately fake snake). As I mentioned in my comments about Tiger, Paget basically runs away with the whole show, and her erotic dance in this part certainly adds to it. With her many jeweled costumes contrasted by her dark makeup, she never radiated on screen more beautifully. She is truly one of the great faces of that era. Her scant gilded costume is very risqué for 1960, and I can’t image it didn’t get censored back then. Yet, the dance is beyond erotic, for it also intelligently expands the drama of the story. Lang’s compositions speak volumes about the characters and an entire essay could be written about them. Suffice to say, even if the meaning of the shots don’t hit you, you’ll still be blown away by the exquisite colors, production design, and costumes. The use of white is astounding. And let me mention the music by Michel Michelet. It’s quite a stylish score, rich with exotic instrumentation, Indian marches and fanciful dances. Like the exquisite images, the score adds considerably to the alluring atmosphere. If you’re a Fritz Lang fan, and you don’t mind silent film pacing, you’re probably of an age and mind-set to appreciate this epic. It made me wonder what Lang would have done with Metropolis had he shot it in 3-strip Technicolor. There are some deficiencies I must mention, however. Some of the visual effects are less than satisfactory (the aforementioned snake being the worst offender), and a few of the sets look like sets. Also, some of the Indian characters (Chandra, for example) are not Indians but white actors in makeup. Such was the times, but even as recently as 1982’s Gandi, white actors (Ben Kingsley) were playing non- whites. Nevertheless, the broad strokes performances work well in this kind of adventure. The Fantomas DVD of Lang’s Indian Epic has both German and English language available. Even though the dubbing is regrettable, the English version is preferable (unless you speak German), since the subtitles avert your eyes from the spectacular imagery. If you approach this with an open mind, Lang’s Indian Epic will sweep you away to a wondrous world.
Review By: kirksworks Rating: 10 Date: 2006-12-18

Other Information:

Original Title Das indische Grabmal
Release Date 1959-03-05
Release Year 1959

Original Language de
Runtime 1 hr 42 min (102 min), 1 hr 42 min (102 min) (Germany), 1 hr 37 min (97 min) (Spain)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated N/A
Genre Adventure, Romance
Director Fritz Lang
Writer Werner Jörg Lüddecke, Thea von Harbou, Richard Eichberg
Actors Debra Paget, Paul Hubschmid, Walther Reyer
Country West Germany, France, Italy
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Stereo (Westrex Recording System)
Aspect Ratio 1.37 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory Geyer-Werke, Germany
Film Length 2,775 m (Germany)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

The Indian Tomb 1959 123movies
The Indian Tomb 1959 123movies
The Indian Tomb 1959 123movies
The Indian Tomb 1959 123movies
The Indian Tomb 1959 123movies
Original title Das indische Grabmal
TMDb Rating 6.2 66 votes

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