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Produced by  Artur Brauner
Cinematography  Richard Angst
5.1/10 IMDb

Music by  Roman Vlad
Music director  Roman Vlad
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Directed by  William Dieterle Richard Angst
Screenplay by  Jo Eisinger Harald G. Petersson
Based on  Die Herrin der Welt by Karl Figdor
Initial release  14 April 1960 (West Germany)
Directors  William Dieterle, Richard Angst
Screenplay  Jo Eisinger, Harald G. Petersson
Producers  William Dieterle, Artur Brauner
Cast  Martha Hyer, Lino Ventura, Carlos Thompson, Micheline Presle, Sabu Dastagir
Similar  Magic Fire, Dubrowsky, Quick - Let's Get Married, Ludwig der Zweite - König vo, Paid in Full

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Mistress of the World (German: Die Herrin der Welt, French: Les mystères d'Angkor, Italian: Il mistero dei tre continenti) is a 1960 German-French-Italian science fiction-spy film directed by William Dieterle and starring Martha Hyer and Carlos Thompson. It marked the comeback in his native country of the director William Dieterle after several decades spent in Hollywood. In West Germany it was released in a longer version split in two parts (Die Herrin der Welt - Teil I and Die Herrin der Welt - Teil II).

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Cast

  • Martha Hyer as Karin Johanson
  • Carlos Thompson as Peter Lundström
  • Micheline Presle as Madame Latour
  • Sabu as Dr. Lin-Chor
  • Gino Cervi as Professor Johanson
  • Lino Ventura as Biamonte
  • Wolfgang Preiss as Dr. Henrik Brandes
  • Carl Lange as Berakov
  • Leon Askin as Fernando
  • Valerij Inkijinoff as Priest
  • Hans Nielsen as Colonel Dagget
  • Charles Regnier as Norvald
  • Rolf von Nauckhoff as Dalkin
  • Jean-Claude Michel as Ballard
  • Carlo Giustini as John
  • Georges Rivière as Logan
  • Jochen Blume as Bertrand
  • Wolfgang Kühne as Arzt
  • Production

    Mistress of the World was developed when producer Artur Brauner invested in a three-hour West German-French-Italian co-production. Brauner contracted William Dieterle to direct the film. The film was made with a predominantly German crew, but with a multi-national cast including Martha Hyer and Sabu from Hollywood, Carlos Thompson from Argentina and Gino Cervi from Italy, and Micheline Presle and Lino Ventura from France]].

    The film was shot between September 1959 and January 1960. The film shot around the world, including Macau, Angkor, Nice, Hong Kong, Naples, Nepal, Sweden, Bangkok and in CCC Studios in Berlin. While filming in Indochina, Dieterle left the production leaving cinematographer Richard Angst to take over directing.

    Release

    Mistress of the World was released in Paris on October 12, 1960.

    Reception

    The film was not received well by critics in West Germany on its release.

    References

    Mistress of the World Wikipedia


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