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Nadezhda Krupskaya (Character)
from Stalin (1992) (TV)

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Nicholas and Alexandra (1971)
Vladimir Lenin: [depressed] In the last ten years I've spent... three months in Russia. I'm out of fashion. No one's wearing me this year, hmmm? I talk and no one listens, and I write and no one reads. Think what we'll be like in 10 or 15 years. Emigres go off their heads in the end, you know.
Mme. Krupskaya: No!
Vladimir Lenin: Mad old cranks with no money, no country, always worrying about the laundry, complaining when the mail's late, being ill in charity hospitals, and buried with paupers.

English journalist: Excuse me Mr Lenin, I'm from the socialist worker. Could you tell me what you think of the socialist movement in England?
Mme. Krupskaya: The English cut their meat wrong, their tea is terrible and the weather was better in Siberia, but at least you keep your policemen under control.

Stalin (1992) (TV)
Stalin: [Referring to an ill Lenin] May I talk to him?
Nadezhda Krupskaya: Since when do you ask permission?