Nicholas and Alexandra (1971), the story of Russia's last czar, Nicolas II, and his ill-fated family.
Stately opening credits for Sam Spiegel's epic of the Russian revolution Nicholas and Alexandra, 1971, with stage actors Michael Jayston and Janet Suzman in the title roles, and Tom Doctor Who Baker as Rasputin.
Imperial denial from the Czarina (Janet Suzman) when she and the Czar (Michael Jayston) are informed by Dr. Botkin (Timothy West) of their son's condition, in Franklin Schaffner's Nicholas and Alexandra, 1971.
Swift exposition and nutty lighting as Dr. Simpson (Anthony Valentine) and Inspector Hawk (William Lucas) try to debrief catatonic Penny (Candace Glendenning) in Tower of Evil, (a.k.a. Beyond the Fog) 1972.
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On her way to a relaxing vacation at her uncle's isolated country mansion, a young woman is instead tortured and terrorized by her uncle and cousin, who - unbeknownst to her - are disciples of Satan!
A fascinating look at the last, tragic Russian monarchs; the kindly, indecisive Czar Nicholas and his reclusive, fear-haunted Czarina. The story follows their problems from the onset through the introduction of Rasputin to the Russian Court, to the Czar's abdication and the family's execution at Ekaterinburg on July 16, 1918.
The fall of the last Russian czar is the subject of this lavish, Oscar®-winning epic.
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