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In the kingdom of the Moguls, Prince Roudghito-Sing, a young officer of the palace, falls in love with Zemgali, a captive princess held prisoner and coveted by the Grand Khan. Fleeing the country, he takes refuge in Paris and his presentability allows him to be hired as an actor by a French film company. The trouble is that Anna, the star of the movie, is attracted to him. Which displeases banker Morel, the producer and Anna's lover... Written by Guy Bellinger

  1. Jean Epstein

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ivan Mosjoukine

    Ivan Mosjoukine

    le prince Roundghito-Sing

  2. Fran├žois Viguier

    Le Grand Khan

  3. Natalya Lisenko

    Natalya Lisenko

    Anna

  4. Alexiane Perreault

    L'esclave Zemgali

  5. Camille Bardou

    Camille Bardou

    Le banquier Morel

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Original Title Le lion des Mogols

Status Released

Release Information

  • December 12, 1924
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

Runtime 1h 42m

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