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The Garbo Silent Collection Disk 2 - The Mysterious Lady (192Xvid 1cd Silent Classic
The Mysterious Lady (192 is an MGM silent film starring Greta Garbo, Conrad Nagel, and Gustav von Seyffertitz, directed by Fred Niblo, and based on the novel War in the Dark by Ludwig Wolff.
CAST:-
Greta Garbo as Tania Fedorova
Conrad Nagel as Captain Karl von Raden
Gustav von Seyffertitz as General Boris Alexandroff
Albert Pollet as Max Heinrich
Edward Connelly as Colonel Eric von Raden
Richard Alexander as General's Aide
Directed by Fred Niblo
Written by Bess Meredyth, Marian Ainslee and Ruth Cummings (titles), Ludwig Wolff
MOVIE REVIEW:- The Mysterious Lady (192 Silent Film
In Vienna, Captain Karl von Raden (Conrad Nagel) purchases a returned ticket to a sold-out opera and finds himself sharing a loge with a lovely woman (Greta Garbo). Though she repulses his first advance, she does spend an idyllic day with him in the countryside.
Karl is called away to duty, however. Colonel Eric von Raden (Edward Connelly), his uncle and the chief of the secret police, gives him secret plans to deliver to Berlin. He also warns his nephew that the woman is Tania Fedorova, a Russian spy. Tania comes to him aboard the train, professing to love him, but he tells her he knows who she is. Dejected, she leaves.
The next morning, when Karl wakes up, he finds the plans have been stolen. As a result, he is sentenced to military degradation and imprisonment for treason. However, Colonel von Raden visits him in prison and arranges for his release. He sends his nephew to Warsaw, posing as a Serbian pianist, to seek out the identity of the real traitor and thus exonerate himself.
In Warsaw, by chance, Karl is asked to play at a private party where he once again crosses paths with Tania. She is being escorted by General Boris Alexandroff (Gustav von Seyffertitz), the infatuated head of the Russian Military Intelligence Department. Foolhardily, Karl plays a tune from the opera they attended together. She recognizes it, but does not betray him. As the party goers are leaving, she slips away for a few stolen moments with her love. The jealous Alexandroff suspects their feelings for each other. He hires Karl to play the next day at a ball he is giving at his mansion for Tania's birthday.
While Alexandroff and Tania are alone in his home office, he receives a parcel containing the latest secrets stolen by the traitor, whom he casually identifies as Max Heinrich. Later, Tania steals the documents, gives them to Karl, and sends him out via a secret passage. However, it is all a trap. Alexandroff comes in and tells Tania that what she stole was mere blank paper; he shows her the real documents. He pulls out a gun and announces that he intends to use it on Karl, who has been captured outside. She struggles with Alexandroff and manages to fatally shoot him; the sound goes unheard amidst the merriment of the party. When the guards bring the prisoner, she pretends the general is still alive and wants to see him alone. She and Karl escape with the incriminating documents and get married.
SYNOPSIS:-The Mysterious Lady (192 Silent Film
Austrian Captain Karl von Raden attends the opera one evening, and meets Tania. After the performance, he takes her home, and the two of them spend the next day on a romantic outing. That evening, Karl must deliver some important plans to Berlin. Just before boarding his train, he learns that Tania is really a Russian spy. She comes to see him aboard the train, and admits that she set things up on purpose so as to meet him, but she also insists that she truly has fallen in love with him. When Karl rebuffs her coldly, she steals the plans, which leads to him being court-martialed and imprisoned. Karl's influential uncle is able to provide him with one last chance to clear his name.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Video Codec: XviD ISO MPEG-4
Video Bitrate: 855 kbps
Video Resolution: 640x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 23.976
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages: Silent with English Intertitles
RunTime 96 mins
Subtitles: None
Ripped by: Trinidad
Duration: 96 mins

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The Garbo Silent Collection Disk 2 - The Mysterious Lady (1928)Xvid 1cd Silent Classic
The Mysterious Lady (1928) is an MGM silent film starring Greta Garbo, Conrad Nagel, and Gustav von Seyffertitz, directed by Fred Niblo, and based on the novel War in the Dark by Ludwig Wolff.
CAST:-
Greta Garbo as Tania Fedorova
Conrad Nagel as Captain Karl von Raden
Gustav von Seyffertitz as General Boris Alexandroff
Albert Pollet as Max Heinrich
Edward Connelly as Colonel Eric von Raden
Richard Alexander as General's Aide
Directed by Fred Niblo
Written by Bess Meredyth, Marian Ainslee and Ruth Cummings (titles), Ludwig Wolff
MOVIE REVIEW:- The Mysterious Lady (1928) Silent Film
In Vienna, Captain Karl von Raden (Conrad Nagel) purchases a returned ticket to a sold-out opera and finds himself sharing a loge with a lovely woman (Greta Garbo). Though she repulses his first advance, she does spend an idyllic day with him in the countryside.
Karl is called away to duty, however. Colonel Eric von Raden (Edward Connelly), his uncle and the chief of the secret police, gives him secret plans to deliver to Berlin. He also warns his nephew that the woman is Tania Fedorova, a Russian spy. Tania comes to him aboard the train, professing to love him, but he tells her he knows who she is. Dejected, she leaves.
The next morning, when Karl wakes up, he finds the plans have been stolen. As a result, he is sentenced to military degradation and imprisonment for treason. However, Colonel von Raden visits him in prison and arranges for his release. He sends his nephew to Warsaw, posing as a Serbian pianist, to seek out the identity of the real traitor and thus exonerate himself.
In Warsaw, by chance, Karl is asked to play at a private party where he once again crosses paths with Tania. She is being escorted by General Boris Alexandroff (Gustav von Seyffertitz), the infatuated head of the Russian Military Intelligence Department. Foolhardily, Karl plays a tune from the opera they attended together. She recognizes it, but does not betray him. As the party goers are leaving, she slips away for a few stolen moments with her love. The jealous Alexandroff suspects their feelings for each other. He hires Karl to play the next day at a ball he is giving at his mansion for Tania's birthday.
While Alexandroff and Tania are alone in his home office, he receives a parcel containing the latest secrets stolen by the traitor, whom he casually identifies as Max Heinrich. Later, Tania steals the documents, gives them to Karl, and sends him out via a secret passage. However, it is all a trap. Alexandroff comes in and tells Tania that what she stole was mere blank paper; he shows her the real documents. He pulls out a gun and announces that he intends to use it on Karl, who has been captured outside. She struggles with Alexandroff and manages to fatally shoot him; the sound goes unheard amidst the merriment of the party. When the guards bring the prisoner, she pretends the general is still alive and wants to see him alone. She and Karl escape with the incriminating documents and get married.
SYNOPSIS:-The Mysterious Lady (1928) Silent Film
Austrian Captain Karl von Raden attends the opera one evening, and meets Tania. After the performance, he takes her home, and the two of them spend the next day on a romantic outing. That evening, Karl must deliver some important plans to Berlin. Just before boarding his train, he learns that Tania is really a Russian spy. She comes to see him aboard the train, and admits that she set things up on purpose so as to meet him, but she also insists that she truly has fallen in love with him. When Karl rebuffs her coldly, she steals the plans, which leads to him being court-martialed and imprisoned. Karl's influential uncle is able to provide him with one last chance to clear his name.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Video Codec: XviD ISO MPEG-4
Video Bitrate: 855 kbps
Video Resolution: 640x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 23.976
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages: Silent with English Intertitles
RunTime 96 mins
Subtitles: None
Ripped by: Trinidad
Duration: 96 mins

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The Garbo Silent Collection Disk 2 - The Mysterious Lady (1928) Xvid 1cd Silent Classic
The Mysterious Lady (1928) is an MGM silent film starring Greta Garbo, Conrad Nagel, and Gustav von Seyffertitz, directed by Fred Niblo, and based on the novel War in the Dark by Ludwig Wolff.
CAST:-
Greta Garbo as Tania Fedorova
Conrad Nagel as Captain Karl von Raden
Gustav von Seyffertitz as General Boris Alexandroff
Albert Pollet as Max Heinrich
Edward Connelly as Colonel Eric von Raden
Richard Alexander as General's Aide
Directed by Fred Niblo
Written by Bess Meredyth, Marian Ainslee and Ruth Cummings (titles), Ludwig Wolff
MOVIE REVIEW:- The Mysterious Lady (1928) Silent Film
In Vienna, Captain Karl von Raden (Conrad Nagel) purchases a returned ticket to a sold-out opera and finds himself sharing a loge with a lovely woman (Greta Garbo). Though she repulses his first advance, she does spend an idyllic day with him in the countryside.
Karl is called away to duty, however. Colonel Eric von Raden (Edward Connelly), his uncle and the chief of the secret police, gives him secret plans to deliver to Berlin. He also warns his nephew that the woman is Tania Fedorova, a Russian spy. Tania comes to him aboard the train, professing to love him, but he tells her he knows who she is. Dejected, she leaves.
The next morning, when Karl wakes up, he finds the plans have been stolen. As a result, he is sentenced to military degradation and imprisonment for treason. However, Colonel von Raden visits him in prison and arranges for his release. He sends his nephew to Warsaw, posing as a Serbian pianist, to seek out the identity of the real traitor and thus exonerate himself.
In Warsaw, by chance, Karl is asked to play at a private party where he once again crosses paths with Tania. She is being escorted by General Boris Alexandroff (Gustav von Seyffertitz), the infatuated head of the Russian Military Intelligence Department. Foolhardily, Karl plays a tune from the opera they attended together. She recognizes it, but does not betray him. As the party goers are leaving, she slips away for a few stolen moments with her love. The jealous Alexandroff suspects their feelings for each other. He hires Karl to play the next day at a ball he is giving at his mansion for Tania's birthday.
While Alexandroff and Tania are alone in his home office, he receives a parcel containing the latest secrets stolen by the traitor, whom he casually identifies as Max Heinrich. Later, Tania steals the documents, gives them to Karl, and sends him out via a secret passage. However, it is all a trap. Alexandroff comes in and tells Tania that what she stole was mere blank paper; he shows her the real documents. He pulls out a gun and announces that he intends to use it on Karl, who has been captured outside. She struggles with Alexandroff and manages to fatally shoot him; the sound goes unheard amidst the merriment of the party. When the guards bring the prisoner, she pretends the general is still alive and wants to see him alone. She and Karl escape with the incriminating documents and get married.
SYNOPSIS:-The Mysterious Lady (1928) Silent Film
Austrian Captain Karl von Raden attends the opera one evening, and meets Tania. After the performance, he takes her home, and the two of them spend the next day on a romantic outing. That evening, Karl must deliver some important plans to Berlin. Just before boarding his train, he learns that Tania is really a Russian spy. She comes to see him aboard the train, and admits that she set things up on purpose so as to meet him, but she also insists that she truly has fallen in love with him. When Karl rebuffs her coldly, she steals the plans, which leads to him being court-martialed and imprisoned. Karl's influential uncle is able to provide him with one last chance to clear his name.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Video Codec: XviD ISO MPEG-4
Video Bitrate: 855 kbps
Video Resolution: 640x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 23.976
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages: Silent with English Intertitles
RunTime 96 mins
Subtitles: None
Ripped by: Trinidad
Duration: 96 mins

Monova

The Garbo Silent Collection Disk 2 - The
Mysterious Lady (1928) Xvid 1cd Silent Classic
The Mysterious Lady (1928) is an MGM silent film
starring Greta Garbo, Conrad Nagel, and Gustav von
Seyffertitz, directed by Fred Niblo, and based on
the novel War in the Dark by Ludwig Wolff.
CAST:-
Greta Garbo as Tania Fedorova
Conrad Nagel as Captain Karl von Raden
Gustav von Seyffertitz as General Boris
Alexandroff
Albert Pollet as Max Heinrich
Edward Connelly as Colonel Eric von Raden
Richard Alexander as General's Aide
Directed by Fred Niblo
Written by Bess Meredyth, Marian Ainslee and Ruth
Cummings (titles), Ludwig Wolff
MOVIE REVIEW:- The Mysterious Lady (1928) Silent
Film
In Vienna, Captain Karl von Raden (Conrad Nagel)
purchases a returned ticket to a sold-out opera
and finds himself sharing a loge with a lovely
woman (Greta Garbo). Though she repulses his first
advance, she does spend an idyllic day with him in
the countryside.
Karl is called away to duty, however. Colonel Eric
von Raden (Edward Connelly), his uncle and the
chief of the secret police, gives him secret plans
to deliver to Berlin. He also warns his nephew
that the woman is Tania Fedorova, a Russian spy.
Tania comes to him aboard the train, professing to
love him, but he tells her he knows who she is.
Dejected, she leaves.
The next morning, when Karl wakes up, he finds the
plans have been stolen. As a result, he is
sentenced to military degradation and imprisonment
for treason. However, Colonel von Raden visits him
in prison and arranges for his release. He sends
his nephew to Warsaw, posing as a Serbian pianist,
to seek out the identity of the real traitor and
thus exonerate himself.
In Warsaw, by chance, Karl is asked to play at a
private party where he once again crosses paths
with Tania. She is being escorted by General Boris
Alexandroff (Gustav von Seyffertitz), the
infatuated head of the Russian Military
Intelligence Department. Foolhardily, Karl plays a
tune from the opera they attended together. She
recognizes it, but does not betray him. As the
party goers are leaving, she slips away for a few
stolen moments with her love. The jealous
Alexandroff suspects their feelings for each
other. He hires Karl to play the next day at a
ball he is giving at his mansion for Tania's
birthday.
While Alexandroff and Tania are alone in his home
office, he receives a parcel containing the latest
secrets stolen by the traitor, whom he casually
identifies as Max Heinrich. Later, Tania steals
the documents, gives them to Karl, and sends him
out via a secret passage. However, it is all a
trap. Alexandroff comes in and tells Tania that
what she stole was mere blank paper; he shows her
the real documents. He pulls out a gun and
announces that he intends to use it on Karl, who
has been captured outside. She struggles with
Alexandroff and manages to fatally shoot him; the
sound goes unheard amidst the merriment of the
party. When the guards bring the prisoner, she
pretends the general is still alive and wants to
see him alone. She and Karl escape with the
incriminating documents and get married.
SYNOPSIS:-The Mysterious Lady (1928) Silent
Film
Austrian Captain Karl von Raden attends the opera
one evening, and meets Tania. After the
performance, he takes her home, and the two of
them spend the next day on a romantic outing. That
evening, Karl must deliver some important plans to
Berlin. Just before boarding his train, he learns
that Tania is really a Russian spy. She comes to
see him aboard the train, and admits that she set
things up on purpose so as to meet him, but she
also insists that she truly has fallen in love
with him. When Karl rebuffs her coldly, she steals
the plans, which leads to him being
court-martialed and imprisoned. Karl's
influential uncle is able to provide him with one
last chance to clear his name.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Video Codec: XviD ISO MPEG-4
Video Bitrate: 855 kbps
Video Resolution: 640x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 23.976
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages: Silent with English
Intertitles
RunTime 96 mins
Subtitles: None
Ripped by: Trinidad
Duration: 96 mins

Kickasstorrents

The Garbo Silent Collection Disk 2 - The Mysterious Lady (1928)Xvid 1cd Silent Classic
The Mysterious Lady (1928) is an MGM silent film starring Greta Garbo, Conrad Nagel, and Gustav von Seyffertitz, directed by Fred Niblo, and based on the novel War in the Dark by Ludwig Wolff.
CAST:-
Greta Garbo as Tania Fedorova
Conrad Nagel as Captain Karl von Raden
Gustav von Seyffertitz as General Boris Alexandroff
Albert Pollet as Max Heinrich
Edward Connelly as Colonel Eric von Raden
Richard Alexander as General's Aide
Directed by Fred Niblo
Written by Bess Meredyth, Marian Ainslee and Ruth Cummings (titles), Ludwig Wolff
MOVIE REVIEW:- The Mysterious Lady (1928) Silent Film
In Vienna, Captain Karl von Raden (Conrad Nagel) purchases a returned ticket to a sold-out opera and finds himself sharing a loge with a lovely woman (Greta Garbo). Though she repulses his first advance, she does spend an idyllic day with him in the countryside.
Karl is called away to duty, however. Colonel Eric von Raden (Edward Connelly), his uncle and the chief of the secret police, gives him secret plans to deliver to Berlin. He also warns his nephew that the woman is Tania Fedorova, a Russian spy. Tania comes to him aboard the train, professing to love him, but he tells her he knows who she is. Dejected, she leaves.
The next morning, when Karl wakes up, he finds the plans have been stolen. As a result, he is sentenced to military degradation and imprisonment for treason. However, Colonel von Raden visits him in prison and arranges for his release. He sends his nephew to Warsaw, posing as a Serbian pianist, to seek out the identity of the real traitor and thus exonerate himself.
In Warsaw, by chance, Karl is asked to play at a private party where he once again crosses paths with Tania. She is being escorted by General Boris Alexandroff (Gustav von Seyffertitz), the infatuated head of the Russian Military Intelligence Department. Foolhardily, Karl plays a tune from the opera they attended together. She recognizes it, but does not betray him. As the party goers are leaving, she slips away for a few stolen moments with her love. The jealous Alexandroff suspects their feelings for each other. He hires Karl to play the next day at a ball he is giving at his mansion for Tania's birthday.
While Alexandroff and Tania are alone in his home office, he receives a parcel containing the latest secrets stolen by the traitor, whom he casually identifies as Max Heinrich. Later, Tania steals the documents, gives them to Karl, and sends him out via a secret passage. However, it is all a trap. Alexandroff comes in and tells Tania that what she stole was mere blank paper; he shows her the real documents. He pulls out a gun and announces that he intends to use it on Karl, who has been captured outside. She struggles with Alexandroff and manages to fatally shoot him; the sound goes unheard amidst the merriment of the party. When the guards bring the prisoner, she pretends the general is still alive and wants to see him alone. She and Karl escape with the incriminating documents and get married.
SYNOPSIS:-The Mysterious Lady (1928) Silent Film
Austrian Captain Karl von Raden attends the opera one evening, and meets Tania. After the performance, he takes her home, and the two of them spend the next day on a romantic outing. That evening, Karl must deliver some important plans to Berlin. Just before boarding his train, he learns that Tania is really a Russian spy. She comes to see him aboard the train, and admits that she set things up on purpose so as to meet him, but she also insists that she truly has fallen in love with him. When Karl rebuffs her coldly, she steals the plans, which leads to him being court-martialed and imprisoned. Karl's influential uncle is able to provide him with one last chance to clear his name.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Video Codec: XviD ISO MPEG-4
Video Bitrate: 855 kbps
Video Resolution: 640x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 23.976
Audio Codec: 0x2000 (Dolby AC3) AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages: Silent with English Intertitles
RunTime 96 mins
Subtitles: None
Ripped by: Trinidad
Duration: 96 mins

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