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"A Vanished World" is a 1922 Austrian silent adventure film directed by Alexander Korda and starring Alberto Capozzi, Victor Varconi, Maria Corda and Olga Lewinsky. It was based on the novel Serpoletto by Lajos Bíró. A Habsburg archduke enlists as an ordinary seamen. The film won the Gold Medal for Best Dramatic Film at the Milan International Cinema Concourse.
- also known as Die Tragödie eines verschollenen Fürstensohnes, Eine versunkene Welt
- country: Austria
- languages: German Language, Silent film
- cinematography by Hans Theyer
- edited by Karl Hartl
- genres: Silent film, Adventure Film
- released on (93 years ago)
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