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Leon Trotsky (Character)
from The Assassination of Trotsky (1972)

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Alternate Names:
Commissioner of War Trotsky / Leo Trotzki / Lev Trotsky / Lon Davidovitch Trotsky / Lon Trotski / Mr. Leon Trotsky / Trotsky


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  1. The Chosen (2016) Played by Henry Goodman
    ... aka "El elegido" - Spain (original title)
  2. "Another Period"
        - Switcheroo Day (2015) TV episode, Played by Matt Besser
  3. Battle of Warsaw 1920 (2011) Played by Krzysztof Dracz (as Lev Trotsky)
    ... aka "1920 Bitwa Warszawska" - Poland (original title)
  4. Marx Reloaded (2011) (TV) Played by Ivan Nikolic
  5. The Revolution (2011) Played by Igor Jadrovski (as Trotsky)

  6. Amerikan Partizan (2007) Played by Dan Masucci (as Trotsky)
  7. "Esenin" Played by Konstantin Khabenskiy
        - Episode #1.2 (????) TV episode, Played by Konstantin Khabenskiy
        - Episode #1.3 (????) TV episode, Played by Konstantin Khabenskiy
        - Episode #1.5 (????) TV episode, Played by Konstantin Khabenskiy
        - Episode #1.1 (????) TV episode, Played by Konstantin Khabenskiy
        - Episode #1.4 (????) TV episode, Played by Konstantin Khabenskiy
  8. Little Black Book (2004) Played by Marshall Allman (as Trotsky)
  9. Frida (2002) Played by Geoffrey Rush
  10. The Romanovs: An Imperial Family (2000) Played by Valeriy Kukhareshin (as Trotsky)
    ... aka "Romanovy: Ventsenosnaya semya" - Russia (original title)
    ... aka "The Romanovs: A Crowned Family" - International (English title) (literal English title)

  11. "Histeria!"
        - Russian Revolution (1998) TV episode, Played by Billy West (as Trotsky)
  12. "Seven Days"
        - Pilot: Part 1 (1998) TV episode, Played by Endre Hules (as Trotsky)
  13. Stalin (1992) (TV) Played by Daniel Massey (as Trotsky)
  14. Vrag naroda - Bukharin (1991) Played by Lev Lemke (as Trotsky)
  15. Whit Monday (1990) Played by L. Shternberg (as Trotsky)
    ... aka "Dukhov den" - Soviet Union (original title)

  16. Zina (1985) Played by Philip Madoc
  17. Frida Still Life (1983) Played by Max Kerlow
    ... aka "Frida, naturaleza viva" - Mexico (original title)
  18. Reds (1981) Played by Stuart Richman

  19. "Les dossiers de l'écran"
        - Staline-Trotsky: Le pouvoir et la révolution (1979) TV episode, Played by Henri Virlojeux (as Lon Davidovitch Trotsky)
  20. Thank You, Comrades (1978) (TV) Played by Derek Godfrey (as Trotsky)
  21. Stavisky... (1974) Played by Yves Peneau (as Lon Trotski)
  22. "Fall of Eagles"
        - The Last Tsar (1974) TV episode, Played by Michael Kitchen (as Trotsky)
        - Absolute Beginners (1974) TV episode, Played by Michael Kitchen (as Trotsky)
  23. Trotski in Coyoacan (1974) (TV) Played by René Deltgen (as Leo Trotzki)
  24. The Assassination of Trotsky (1972) Played by Richard Burton
    ... aka "Life of Leon Trotsky" - Philippines (English title)
  25. Nicholas and Alexandra (1971) Played by Brian Cox (as Trotsky)
  26. Why Russians Are Revolting (1970) Played by D.F. Barry

  27. Mission to Moscow (1943) Played by Sam Goldenberg (as Mr. Leon Trotsky)

  28. British Agent (1934) Played by J. Carrol Naish (as Commissioner of War Trotsky)
  29. Manhattan Melodrama (1934) Played by Leo Lance

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From Nicholas and Alexandra (1971)
Trotsky: I'll never understand you. You hate anyone who's not your kind of Bolshevik more than you hate the Tsar.
Martov: No wonder they call you Robespierre. Everyone's got to think like you, or they're out!
Trotsky: He thinks freedom is something you write on a wall, you don't actually practice it.
Vladimir Lenin: That's not true. Of course, I agree you're free to say what you like. And you must agree I'm free to shoot you for saying it.
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