Treasure of the Silver Lake
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The Treasure of the Silver Lake (German: Der Schatz im Silbersee) is a 1962 German western film directed by Harald Reinl. It is very loosely based on Karl May's novel of the same name. It was shot in Yugoslavia and was the first in the highly successful Winnetou film series by Rialto Film.
|The Treasure of the Silver Lake|
|Directed by||Harald Reinl|
|Produced by||Horst Wendlandt|
|Music by||Martin Böttcher|
|Cinematography||Ernst W. Kalinke|
|Box office||€8.6 million (West Germany) |
42 million tickets (worldwide)
Fred Engel's father is murdered by Colonel Brinkley in order to acquire a treasure map, however the Colonel only acquires half of it, the other half as held by Mrs. Butler. Discovering the scene of the crime, Old Shatterhand and Winnetou help Fred bring his father's murderer to justice and locate the treasure of Silver Lake.
It was the highest-grossing film of 1962 in West Germany, selling 10 million tickets and grossing €8.6 million. In France, it was the 29th top-grossing film of 1963, selling 1,656,736 tickets. In the Soviet Union, the film sold 39.8 million tickets. This adds up to a total of 42,456,736 tickets sold worldwide.
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- "Виннету – вождь апачей (Old Shatterhand)". KinoPoisk (in Russian). Retrieved 29 June 2020.
- "Treasure of Silver Lake Review". The Spaghetti Western Database. Retrieved 29 June 2020.
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