Treasure of Silver Lake / Der schatz im silbersee
West Germany, Yugoslavia, France ,
Directed by: Harald Reinl Script: H.G. Petersson, Karl May Producer: Leif Feilberg, Horst Wendlandt Production company: Jadran Film, Rialto Film Preben-Philipsen Cinematography: Branko Ivatoviæ, Ernst Kalinke Editing: Hermann Haller Music: Martin Böttcher Cast: Lex Barker, Herbert Lom, Pierre Brice, Götz George, Karin Dor, Ralf Wolter, Eddi Arent, Marianne Hoppe
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Synopsis Through robbery and killing a band of thieves gets hold of a plan which shows the way to an immense treasure in the Silver Lake. However, due to the size and the value of the treasure they fight among themselves. An old Indian, the treasure keeper, starts a mechanism which destroys the cave. Angry surviving thieves decide to kill the prisoners, but the Utah tribe comes at the last moment with Old Schatterhand and Winettou. The treasure will remain buried in the Silver Lake forever.
Awards 964 Golden Screen, Germany - Golden Screen Award
Directors Biography Dr. Harald Reinl (1908 Austria - 1986 Spain) was an Austrian film director. He is especially known for the movies he made based on Edgar Wallace and Karl May books. He started his career as extra in mountain-films of Arnold Fanck. Reinls first movie as director was Bergkristall (1949).
Location and screening schedule: BUG cinema &TD, Monday, October 20th at 18.00