Command & Conquer: Red Alert (1996)

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In an alternative Earth, where Hitler was eliminated from history, you play either side of a new war of the Soviet Union vs. the Allies.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
John Milford ...
Lynne Litteer ...
Dom Magwili ...
Interrogator (voice)
Gwen Castaldi ...
Announcer (voice)
Lanae Freeborn ...
Tanya Adams (voice)
Ricky Russel ...
Allied Soldier Finale
Nick Paulos ...
Allied Soldiers Finale
Scott Ryan Tally ...
Allied Soldier Finale
Joe Bostic ...
Allied Soldier Commander
Chris Demers ...
Allied Soldier Commander
Barry Green ...
Allied Soldier Commander
Matthew Hansel ...
Allied Soldier Commander
Adam Isgreen ...
Allied Soldier Commander / Infantry & Units (voice)


Einstein has traveled back in time and has eliminated Hitler. Now instead, Stalin takes command and tries to take over Europe. The allies try to fight him back. Now you have to chose which side to join in this battle. Written by KMK

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22 November 1996 (USA)  »

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Red Alert was originally planned to be an expansion to Command & Conquer (1995) but ended up so good that Westwood made it into a game in its own right. See more »


General Von Esling's German accent, and General Gradenko's Russian accent, are both very poorly pronounced. See more »


General Nikos Stavros: Einstein wanted me to warn you that the Chronosphere could produce unknown side effects. Be careful when using it. Even we do not understand its full power.
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In the end credits, the Interrogator is listed as one of the Allies, when in the game he was a Soviet. See more »


Referenced in Troldspejlet: Episode #40.15 (2008) See more »

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Great computer generated graphics!
19 July 1999 | by (Albany, Oregon) – See all my reviews

The movie sequences in Red Alert are great! You can't tell the backgrounds are computer generated and it looks photo realistic. The only thing I don't like is how the actors talk to the camera. Tiberian Sun will be better because you will actually be a character on the screen! Joseph Kucan is awesome!

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