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.
The imperial composure is threatened when the Czar (Michael Jayston) and Czarina (Janet Suzman), busy blessing soldiers, learn their hemophiliac son is bleeding, in Nicholas and Alexandra, 1971.
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