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Tempest ()

La tempesta (original title)
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In 18th century Russia, Imperial officer Piotr Grinov is dispatched to a faraway isolated outpost where his loyalties are tested during the Pugachev Rebellion against the Empress Catherine II.

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Masha
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Emelyan Pugachov
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Catherine II
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Piotr Grinov
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Capt. Miranov
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Vassilissa Mironova
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Savelic
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Svabrin
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Prosecutor
Fulvia Franco ...
Palaska
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Count Grinov
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Maj. Zurin
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Pope Gerasim
Nevenka Mikulic ...
Akulina
Milivoje Zivanovic
Jovan Gec ...
Capitano Dimitri
Niksa Stefanini ...
Beloborodov
Janez Vrhovec ...
Sokolov
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Ministro di Caterine II
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Una ragazza
Milivoje Popovic-Mavid
Milutin Jasnic ...
Baschiro
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Contadino dell'isba
Marija Crnobori ...
Donna del carro
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dragomir Felba
Petar Obradovic
Tonio Selwart
Mirko Sreckovic
Mladen 'Mladja' Veselinovic
Stojan 'Stole' Arandjelovic ...
Peasant (uncredited)
Milan Bosiljcic-Beli ...
(uncredited)
Radmilo Curcic ...
(uncredited)
Predrag Milinkovic ...
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Blonde Girl at Spring Festival (uncredited)
Milan Srdoc ...
Peasant (uncredited)

Directed by

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Alberto Lattuada

Written by

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Alexander Pushkin ... (novel "Kapitanskaya doch")
 
Ivo Perilli ... (screenplay) &
Alberto Lattuada ... (screenplay)
 
Louis S. Peterson ... () (uncredited)
 
Michael Wilson ... () (uncredited)

Produced by

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Dino De Laurentiis ... producer

Music by

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Piero Piccioni

Cinematography by

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Aldo Tonti

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Otello Colangeli
Henri Rust

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Mario Chiari
Miodrag Nikolic

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Vlado Brankovic

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Maurizio Chiari ... (as Maurizio Serra Chiari)

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Maria De Matteis

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Otello Fava ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Fernando Cinquini ... production supervisor
Alfredo De Laurentiis ... production manager
Nikola Djurdjevic ... production supervisor
Giorgio Morra ... production supervisor
Dana Nikiforovic ... production manager
Iso Tauber ... production supervisor
Bruno Todini ... general manager

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Michelangelo Antonioni ... assistant director / second unit director
Aldo Buzzi ... first assistant director
Milo Djukanovic ... second unit director
Carlo Moscovini ... second second assistant director
Stevan Petrovic ... second unit director (as Stevo Petrovic)
Dragoljub Stojanivic ... second assistant director

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Vincenzo Del Prato ... assistant production designer

Sound Department

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Vittorio Trentino ... sound engineer
Malcolm Cooke ... dubbing editor (uncredited)

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Serse Urbisaglia ... special effects

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Ennio Guarnieri ... assistant camera
Riccardo Pallottini ... camera operator
Sergio Strizzi ... still photographer
Gjon Mili ... still photographer (uncredited)

Music Department

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Franco Ferrara ... conductor

Additional Crew

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Tony Brandt ... production assistant
Giorgio Capecchi ... voice dubbing: Robert Keith (uncredited)
Emilio Cigoli ... voice dubbing: Van Heflin (uncredited)
Nando Gazzolo ... voice dubbing: Claudio Gora (uncredited)
Achille Majeroni ... voice dubbing: Jovan Gec (uncredited)
Enzo Musumeci Greco ... master of arms (uncredited)
Andreina Pagnani ... voice dubbing: Viveca Lindfors (uncredited)
Amilcare Pettinelli ... voice dubbing: Finlay Currie (uncredited)
Giuseppe Rinaldi ... voice dubbing: Geoffey Horne (uncredited)
Carlo Romano ... voice dubbing: Oskar Homolka (uncredited)
Lydia Simoneschi ... voice dubbing: Silvana Mangano (uncredited)
Wanda Tettoni ... voice dubbing: Agnes Moorehead (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

A young officer in the army of Empress Catherine of Russia is on his way to his new duty station at a remote outpost. During a blinding snowstorm he comes upon a stranger who was caught in the storm and is near death from freezing. He rescues the man and eventually brings him back to health. When the man is well enough to travel, the two part company and the man vows to repay the officer for saving his life. Soon after he arrives at his new post, a revolt by the local Cossacks breaks out and the fort is besieged by the rebels. The young officer is astonished to find out that the leader of the rebellious Cossacks is none other than the stranger whose life he had saved during the storm. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Also Known As
  • La tempête (France)
  • Oluja (Yugoslavia, Serbian title)
  • Tempest (Canada, English title)
  • Tempest (United States)
  • ¡Tempestad! (Spain)
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The first of three movies which Van Heflin would make for producer Dino De Laurentiis over a two year period, two of which starred De Laurentiis's wife Silvana Mangano, who he was trying to establish an international career for. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Cinema Komunisto (2010). See more »
Quotes Emelyan Pugachov: [his last lines in the film] Sometimes a bottle of vodka isn't just a bottle of vodka - it's a beginning!
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