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World Cinema: Fritz Lang

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
PHILIP JENKINSON presents a profile of the distinguished veteran German director and introduces the first of the films in the current World Cinema season
9.10 The Tiger of Eshnapur starring
Dcbra Paget , Paul Hubschmid
Fritz Lang 's two-part adventure set amidst the breathtaking scenery of Rajasthan has never been seen in Britain in an uncut subtitled version.
In The Tiger of Eshnapur a German architect incurs the hatred of his employer, the Maharajah, when they both fall in love with the same temple dancer.
Director FRITZ LANG

Contributors

Unknown: Philip Jenkinson
Unknown: Dcbra Paget
Unknown: Paul Hubschmid
Unknown: Fritz Lang
Director: Fritz Lang
Harald Berger: Paul Hubschmid
Seetha: Debra Paget
Ramigani: Claus Holm
Irene: Sabine Bethmann
Chandra: Walther Reyer
Bharani: Luciana Paluzzi
Dr Rhode....: Rene Deltgen

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World Cinema: Fritz Lang

BBC Two England, 16 February 1973 21.00






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