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After dealing with the Shut in the Balkans, Kara Ben-Nemsi ('Karl the German') receives a firman (precious passport) from the padishah (Ottoman sultan) before he continues his travels through Kurdistan. Achmed El Corda, the son of Halef's Hadedhin Beduin tribe's sheik Mohammed Emin, has been captured by the machredsh (Turkish governor) of Mossul for resisting water seizure by his Turkish troops. Kara takes charge of the rescue.

  1. Franz Josef Gottlieb

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Karl May

    Novel

Top Billed Cast

  1. Lex Barker

    Lex Barker

    Kara Ben Nemsi

  2. Ralf Wolter

    Ralf Wolter

    Hadschi Halef Omar

  3. Marie Versini

    Marie Versini

    Ingdscha

  4. Dieter Borsche

    Dieter Borsche

    Sir David Lindsay

  5. Chris Howland

    Chris Howland

    Archibald

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The Wild Men of Kurdistan
The Wild Men of Kurdistan

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Original Title Durchs wilde Kurdistan

Status Released

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  • September 28, 1965
    6
    Theatrical

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    No children younger than 6 years admitted.

Original Language German

Runtime 1h 43m

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