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The Girl in the Kremlin (1957)

Unrated | | Drama, Film-Noir, Mystery | 11 April 1957 (USA)
In 1953, Soviet dictator Stalin fakes his own death, undergoes plastic surgery and vanishes but OSS agent Steve Anderson searches for him in Europe.

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Cast

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Steve Anderson
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Lili Grisenko / Greta Grisenko
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Mischa Rimilkin
Maurice Manson ...
Count Molda / Joseph Stalin
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Natalie Daryll ...
Dasha (as Natalia Daryll)
Aram Katcher ...
Norbert Schiller ...
Ivan Brubof
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Igor Smetka
Elena Da Vinci ...
Olga Smetka
Phillipa Fallon ...
Nina
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Deshilov
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Commissar
Wanda Ottoni ...
Girl in Sidewalk Cafe (as Vanda Dupre)
Alfred Linder ...
Tata Brun
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Storyline

In Moscow 1953, four terrified women prisoners are brought before Joseph Stalin, who chooses the beautiful Dasha. He punishes her by shaving off her long hair. Moments later, a plastic surgeon leads Stalin into the operating room and transforms his face so that he is unrecognizable. Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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Is Stalin Alive?


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11 April 1957 (USA)  »

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Stalin Is Alive  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Natalie Daryll Had her waist-length hair completely shaved off for this film. See more »

Quotes

Lavrenti Beria: [to Steve Anderson] I believe there are ways to make you talk.
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Powerful Film
21 September 2002 | by (Baton Route) – See all my reviews

The first few minutes of this film emerge as one of the most exciting and moving in the history of film. After the haircut, turn off the movie and watch something else. However, don't miss the first minutes of this film. A necessary addition to any collector's library.


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