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Three Russian Girls (1943)

The Soviet Union, just after the Nazi invasion in 1941. Natasha is a Red Cross volunteer who is dispatched to a field hospital located in an old pre-revolution mansion. The American test ... See full summary »

Directors:

Henry S. Kesler (as Henry Kesler), Fyodor Otsep (as Fedor Ozep)

Writers:

Maurice Clark (adaptation), Dan James (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Anna Sten ... Natasha
Kent Smith ... John Hill
Mimi Forsythe Mimi Forsythe ... Tamara
Alexander Granach ... Major Braginski
Kathy Frye ... Chijik
Paul Guilfoyle ... Trishin
Kane Richmond ... Sergei
Manart Kippen Manart Kippen ... Doctor
Jack Gardner Jack Gardner ... Misha
Marcia Lenack Marcia Lenack ... Shoora
Mary Herriot Mary Herriot ... Zina
Anna Marie Stewart Anna Marie Stewart ... Olga
Dorothy Gray Dorothy Gray ... Manya
Feodor Chaliapin Jr. ... Terkin (as Feodor Chaliapin)
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The Soviet Union, just after the Nazi invasion in 1941. Natasha is a Red Cross volunteer who is dispatched to a field hospital located in an old pre-revolution mansion. The American test pilot John Hill who'd been in Russia on a goodwill mission, is wounded in a battle and brought to the hospital. As he slowly recovers from his wounds, Hill falls in love with Natasha. One day the crisis develops when the hospital personnel are forced to move immediately to Leningrad as the Nazis advance. Written by Robert

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 January 1944 (USA) See more »

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She Who Dares See more »

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R-F Productions See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Remake of The Girl from Leningrad (1941) See more »

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See it if you can!
22 August 2016 | by AnnieLolaSee all my reviews

People have recently been trying to put this title up on YouTube under three account names, but nothing is viewable yet. So someone has it! Anna Sten fans may soon have cause for rejoicing.

I got intrigued with this film while looking up Dolores Moran, who no, isn't in it. But Mimi Forsythe is, and this was the first of her three films, the others being "Sensations of 1945" and "The Bridge of San Luis Rey" (this last as only an extra). She received decent billing on the poster for "Russian Girls" (though her name was misspelled), and had a very good role (replacing Oona O'Neill), cast on the basis of her appearance in a 16mm amateur film. She abandoned her career to marry producer Benedict Bogeaus, who soon got involved with the very beautiful Dolores Moran and divorced Mimi to marry his new flame.

Mimi Forsythe committed suicide a few years later after two subsequent marriages (widowed after two months, divorced)... I'd like to see her performance in "Three Russian Girls"! And fans of the supremely bland Kent Smith might want a look as well. Also interesting that Feodor Chaliapin Jr. is in it. So let's see it!


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