Motion Pictures Archive of Pakistan

Mysterious Eagle (Husan Ka Daku)

1924-1947 Films



Film Poster not available

July 12, 1929  Silent Super

After seeing that announced films were neither being made nor completed, A. R. Kardar separated himself from Three United Player and after selling his all belongings he made his own production house named United Players and also established a open air studios at Ravi road, Lahore. The first film produced at the Ravi Road Studios was Husan ka Daku or Mysterious Eagle. A. R. Kardar was the director himself as well as the leading male actor, M. Ismail played a supporting role. An American actress, Iris Crawford, also acted in the film. Famous artists like Faiz and M. Ismail made a very huge film posters and banner which were pitched in complete Lahore, especially a large banner was placed in Bhati Gate. Mysterious Eagle (Husan Ka Daku) was released on July 12, 1930 in Deepak cinema, Bhati Gate Lahore and gave a good business to A. R. Kardar. After this film Iris Crawford went back to Bombay.


  All possible details about the movie are appended below……. ………however looking foward for your input / information about this film, please.  

Genre: Drama l Fiction Color: Run Time: NC



Credited cast:

M. Ismail
A.R. Kardar 
image not aval Iris Crawford
image not aval Master Ghulam Qadir
image not aval Fazal Shah
image not aval Ahmed Din
image not aval Hassan Din

Complete credited cast: NC


Film Details with Crew

Released Date: July 12, 1929 
Production: United Players Corporation
Producer: United Players Corporation
Director: A. R. Kardar
Writer / Story: A. R. Kardar 
Editor: NC
Cinematography: NC
Music: Silent
Singers: Silent
Songs: Silent


Technical Specifications

Language: Silent
Genre: Drama l Fiction
Run Time: NC
Length: NC
Sound Format: Silent
Aspect Ratio: 4:3






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