Legong: Dance of the Virgins (1935)

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In Bali, a young woman falls in love with a musician, but he may have eyes for her half-sister.


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16 January 2005 | tjmayerinsf
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| Kliou the Tiger (1936) Also Directed by Henri de la Falaise
Legong: Dance of the Virgins (1935) is not the last Hollywood film produced in two-strip Technicolor and silent. That distinction goes to the next film directed by Henri de la Falaise, Kliou the Tiger (1936) which was found in a private collection -- but only in a 16 mm black-and-white print. This B&W print of Kliou the Tiger (also known as Kliou the Killer) has now been restored by the UCLA Film and Television Archive and added to the Milestone Films DVD of Legong. Director de la Falaise was also well-known for working on Madame Sans-Gene (1925) as Gloria Swanson's interpreter (marrying Swanson in January 1925) and after divorcing Swanson, marrying Constance Bennett, and forming Bennett Productions to produce both Legong and Kliou.

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Genres

Drama | Romance

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Release Date:

15 November 1935

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Bali, Indonesia

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