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The Bronze Bell (1921)

In the 1850s, a young prince in India promises his dying father he will lead a revolt against the English colonial masters of India. However, since he is half-European himself, he can't ... See full summary »

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Har Dyal Rutton / David Ambert
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Sophia Farrell
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Salig Singh
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Nairaini
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Chatterji
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Maharajah
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In the 1850s, a young prince in India promises his dying father he will lead a revolt against the English colonial masters of India. However, since he is half-European himself, he can't bring himself to do it and flees to America, to live in obscurity. He finds, however, that he can't outrun his obligations, and he soon meets a messenger sent from India to remind him of the promise he made to his father. Complications ensue. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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19 June 1921 (USA)  »

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Il codardo  »

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