The Indian Tomb (1921 film)
|The Indian Tomb|
|Directed by||Joe May|
The Indian Tomb (1921) was a two-part German silent film directed by Joe May.
It is based on the novel Das indische Grabmal by Thea von Harbou It comprised two parts, Part I: the Mission of the Yogi and Part II: the Tiger of Bengal (German: Das Indische Grabmal: Der Tiger von Eschnapur).
Upon its release, it was neither a critical nor commercial success and has been little seen until two recent restorations were completed, a European film restoration and a U.S. video restoration by David Shepard.
- Olaf Fønss – Herbert Rowland
- Mia May – Irene Amundsen, Rowland's Fiancée
- Conrad Veidt – Ayan III, the Maharajah of Bengal
- Erna Morena – Princess Savitri
- Bernhard Goetzke – Ramigani 'Rami', the Yogi
- Lya De Putti – Mirrjha
- Paul Richter – MacAllan, an English Officer
- Georg John – A Penitent
- Max Adalbert – (uncredited)
- The Indian Tomb, Part I at the Internet Movie Database
- The Indian Tomb, Part II at the Internet Movie Database