About the film
arms smuggling based on novel or book drums prince drum british empire rebellion india revolt colonial india british raj early 1900s children in wartime
Release Date: September 29, 1938
|Slogan||:||«MEN BATTLE FOR THEIR LIVES... WOMEN FIGHT FOR THEIR LOVE... IN A MIGHTY SAGA OF CONQUEST ON INDIA'S FRONTIER»|
|Production Companies||:||London Film Productions, United Artists|
|Writers||:||A.E.W. Mason, Lajos Biró|
Set in the India of the British Raj, the evil and untrustworthy Prince Guhl (Raymond Massey) plans to wipe out the British troops as they enjoy the hospitality of Guhl's spacious palace. It's up to the loyal young Prince Azim (Sabu) to warn the troops of Guhl's treachery by tapping out a message on his drum.