Poesaka Terpendam (Perfected Spelling: Pusaka Terpendam; Indonesian for Buried Treasure) is a 1941 film from the Dutch East Indies produced by Tan’s Film and starring Roekiah, Djoemala, and Kartolo.
Two young men, Agoes and Badjoel, travel from Palembang to West Java and are told of the beauty of two sisters, Zaenab and Djoeleha, who live in Cicadas village with their father. The friends decide to visit Cicadas. Meanwhile, a local bandit leader named Ramelan has asked for Zaenab’s hand in marriage. She and her father Ardi refuse, and Ramelan is forced to leave.
Through an old letter found on Ardi, Ramelan learns of a buried treasure containing some 30,000 gulden. He decides to dig it up, kidnapping Zaenab and Djoeleha in the process. Seeing this, Agoes and Badjoel follow Ramelan to his gang’s hideout in a cave and fight to save the treasure and girls.
After rescuing the girls and defeating the bandits, Agoes and Badjoel are allowed to marry Zaenab and Djoeleha. The treasure, meanwhile, is divided amongst them.