Katusha, a country girl, is seduced and abandoned by Prince Nekludov. Nekludov finds himself, years later, on a jury trying the same Katusha for a crime he now realizes his actions drove her to. He follows her to imprisonment in Siberia, intent on redeeming her and himself as well.
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Great human drama! You'll find it in RESURRECTION, one of the classic romances of the century-famous the world over for it's vibrant people-its striking picture of Old Russia under the Cossack lash-it's revelry, debauchery, cruelty-and heroism! (Print Ad-Altus Daily Times-Democrat,((Altus, Okla.)) 29 April 1927)
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According to Xavier Cugat's 1948 autobiography, Rumba Is My Life, Dolores del Rio's "stand-in" was Carmen Castillo, a radio singing personality. Cugat was hired to draw a caricature of Ms del Rio on the set of Resurrection. He saw a beautiful young woman seated off camera and starting sketching her likeness thinking she was Ms del Rio. Ms Castillo gently informed him that she was del Rio's stand-in. That didn't stop Cugie. He continued his caricature and continued pursuing Ms Castillo until she consented to marry him. In doing so, Cugie instantly became the brother-in-law of 31 brothers and sisters of Ms Castillo whose father had 16 children from each of his two wives. See more
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