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The Green Goddess

The Green Goddess(1930)

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Brief Synopsis

A fanatical Indian potentate holds British settlers hostage.

Cast & Crew

Alfred Green Director
George Arliss The Raja
H. B. Warner Crespin
Alice Joyce Lucilla Crespin
Ralph Forbes Dr. Traherne
David Tearle Temple high priest
Reginald Sheffield Lieutenant Cardew
Nigel De Brulier Hermit priest
Ivan Simpson Hawkins
James Van Trees Director of Photography
Julien Josephson Screenwriter
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York premiere: 13 Feb 1930; release: 3 Mar or 8 Mar 1930
Release Date:  1930 Production Date:  none available
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono (Western Electric Sound System) Production Co:  Warner Brothers Pictures
Duration(mins):  not available Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  6,653    
Duration(reels):  7    

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  • George Arliss A Timeless Actor !

    DON RILEY 2016-02-06

    I could watch George Arliss act over and over again. Personally I feel he very well could be an inspiration to many. At times he appears to be... MORE>

  • The Green Goddess

    Cherie 2016-02-04

    Very entertaining in a quirky sort of way. The Raja has the best part. What he says about the Brittish Empire in regard to his country; true at the time... MORE>

  • Worth so much more than 2 stars

    Hawwkeye 2016-02-02

    Maybe this academy award winning movie seems a bit over the top for some, it is without a doubt a great classic movie that goes far beyond just funny or... MORE>