The two films, TIGER OF ENSCHAPUR and INDIAN TOMB, made by Fritz Lang in the late fifties, were imported to the USA in a severely truncated form (roughly 90 minutes instead of the intended 203) as JOURNEY TO THE LOST CITY in 1959, which I saw several times as a child. The DVD's of this epic are now presented in the original German language, uncut. The aspect ratio of the DVD's is 1.33:1, and does not seem cropped. I can accept that Lang might well have filmed in the Academy ratio in 1957-58. But IMDB lists the short version I saw, JOURNEY TO THE LOST CITY, as having a 2.35:1 ratio. Was the U.S. edition matted for fake widescreen, or are these otherwise nice-looking DVD's cropped? Has anyone knowledge of this? Thanks in advance.