Abdul the Damned

Directed by: Karl Grune, Great Britain, 1935

Great Britain, 1935

Cast and Credits

Production British International Pictures Ltd, London
Capitol Films
Director Karl Grune
Scenario Roger Burford
Ashley Dukes
Ashley Dukes
Based on Robert Neumann
Director of Photography Otto Kanturek
Composer Hanns Eisler
Art Director Hanns Eisler
Hanns Eisler
Cast Nils Asther [Chief of Police Kadar-Pasha]
Adrienne Ames [Therese Alder]
Fritz Kortner [Abdul Hamid II / Kelar, Kadar Pasha's double]
John Stuart [Capt. Talak-Bey]
Charles Carson [Gen. Hilmi-Pasha]
Patric Knowles [Omar]
Walter Rilla [Hassan-Bey]
John Stuart [Talak Pasha]
Annie Esmond [Lady]
Arthur Hardy [Ambassador]
Arthur Hardy [Doctor]
Robert Naylor [Opera Singer]
Esme Percy [Ali, Eunuch]
Eric Portman [Conspirator]

Technical specifications
Locations or Studios: British International Pictures Studios; Istanbul
Technical Details: Format: 35 mm - Black and White,Length: 111 minutes
Sound System: mono

General Information

Abdul the Damned is a motion picture produced in the year 1935 as a Great Britain production. The Film was directed by Karl Grune, with Nils Asther, Adrienne Ames, Fritz Kortner, John Stuart, Charles Carson, in the leading parts. We have currently no synopsis of this picture on file; There are no reviews of Abdul the Damned available.

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