The Tiger of Eschnapur (1938 film)

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The Tiger of Eschnapur
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Directed by Richard Eichberg
Written by Thea von Harbou (novel The Indian Tomb )
Richard Eichberg (writer)
Hans Klaehr (writer)
Arthur Pohl (writer)
Produced by Richard Eichberg (producer)
Herbert Engelsing (line producer)
StarringSee below
Cinematography Ewald Daub
W. Meyer-Bergelt
Hans Schneeberger
Hugo O. Schulze
Edited by Willy Zeyn
Music by Harald Böhmelt
Release date
Running time
96 minutes
Country Germany

The Tiger of Eschnapur (originally Der Tiger von Eschnapur) is a 1938 German film directed by Richard Eichberg and starring Philip Dorn, La Jana and Theo Lingen. It was followed by a second part The Indian Tomb which was released the same year.




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