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Anna Karenina (1967)

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Anna Karenina is a young wife of an older husband. She has an affair with the handsome Count Vronsky. By following her desires Anna complicates her life.

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Credited cast:
Tatyana Samoylova ...
Nikolai Gritsenko ...
Vasili Lanovoy ...
Yuriy Yakovlev ...
Stiva Oblonsky (as Yu. Yakovlev)
Boris Goldayev ...
Konstantin Levin (as B. Goldayev)
Anastasiya Vertinskaya ...
Kitty (as A. Vertinskaya)
Iya Savvina ...
Dolly (as I. Savvina)
Maya Plisetskaya ...
Knyagina Betsy (as M. Plisetskaya)
Lidiya Sukharevskaya ...
Lidiya Ivanovna (as L. Sukharevskaya)
Yelena Tyapkina ...
Knyagina Myagkaya (as Ye. Tyapkina)
Sofiya Pilyavskaya ...
Grafina Vronskaya (as S. Pilyavskaya)
Andrei Tutyshkin ...
Lawyer (as A. Tutishkin)
Vasili Sakhnovsky ...
Seryozha (as Vasya Sakhnovsky)
Anatoli Kubatsky ...
Camerdiner Kapitonich (as A. Kubatsky)
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Anna Karenina is a young wife of an older husband. She has an affair with the handsome Count Vronsky. By following her desires Anna complicates her life.

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Sovexport film presents a new 70 mm color film ANNA KARENINA based on Leo Tolstoy's novel [UK Theatrical]

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6 November 1967 (Soviet Union)  »

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The Best Version of Anna Karenina Up To Date
25 June 2005 | by (Mauritius) – See all my reviews

Anna Karenina by Leon Tolstoy is the best novel I have ever read. I have seen a few movies based on it, but the best one on my opinion is that old version with Samoilova, Lanovoy, Vertinskaya and of course the amazing Maya Plissetskaya. What a wonderful cast! For me, Samoilova is the closest physically to Anna's character and for that, I can forgive the gossips about the influence of her father in obtaining this role. The movie is great and until now, 2005, nobody can beat it. Even taking into account the dark ages when this movie was done, it it regretful that it is not known enough throughout the world. I just keep hoping that it will be screened again at least on TV.


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