A Throw of Dice
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"A Throw of Dice" is a 1929 silent film by German-born director, Franz Osten, based on an episode from the Indian epic The Mahabharata.
- also known as Prapancha Pash, Throw of the Dice, A Throw of Dice Romance of India, Destiny Cube, Sunita
- countries: India, United Kingdom, Germany
- language: English Language
- producers: Nadine Luque, Tim Pearce, Domenico Procacci & Himanshu Rai
- art direction by Promode Nath
- written by W.A. Burton & Max Jungk
- based on a story by Niranjan Pal
- cinematography by Emil Schoenemann
- music by Nitin Sawhney, Willy Schmidt-Gentner
- genres: Silent film, Adventure Film, Romance Film, Drama
- released on (85 years ago)
- official website: www.throwofdice.com
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by Joseph T. Thompson
A die; a throw of dice. ulfTH pash-it, adj. Tied, fettered, bound. uTY' pa-shee, s. m. One armed with a net or noose. ul-GTRI pash-chat-yuh, adj. Behind, being behind ; subsequent ; western. qTHR pa-shuk, s. m. An ornament ...
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