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Rasputin: The Mad Monk ()


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The movie chronicles the events of history's "man of mystery," Rasputin. Although not quite historically accurate and little emphasis is put on the politics of the day, Rasputin's rise to... See more »

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Grigori Rasputin
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Sonia
Richard Pasco ...
Dr. Zargo
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Ivan
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Vanessa
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Peter
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Tsarina (as Renee Asherson)
Derek Francis ...
Innkeeper
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The Bishop
Robert Duncan ...
Tsarvitch
Alan Tilvern ...
Patron
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The Abbot
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The Physician
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mary Barclay ...
Superior Lady (uncredited)
Michael Cadman ...
Michael (uncredited)
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First Tart (uncredited)
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Bar Patron (uncredited)
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Wide Eyes (uncredited)
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Doctor (uncredited)
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Tania (uncredited)
Prudence Hyman ...
Chatty Woman (uncredited)
Eric Kent ...
Bar Patron (uncredited)
Bryan Marshall ...
Vasily (uncredited)
Bridget McConnell ...
Gossip (uncredited)
Jay McGrath ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Robert McLennan ...
Dancer (uncredited)
Bartlett Mullins ...
Waggoner (uncredited)
Veronica Nicholson ...
Young Girl (uncredited)
Jim O'Brady ...
Waiter (uncredited)
Mary Quinn ...
Innkeepers Wife (uncredited)
Ernie Rice ...
Bartender (uncredited)
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Waggoner (uncredited) (voice)
Robert Rowland ...
Bin Man / Bar Drunk (uncredited)
Celia Ryder ...
Fat Lady (uncredited)
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Foxy Face (uncredited)
Leslie White ...
Cheeky Man (uncredited)
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Vassily`s Father (uncredited)
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Second Tart (uncredited)
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Court Messenger (uncredited)

Directed by

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Don Sharp

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Anthony Hinds ... (screenplay) (as John Elder)

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Anthony Nelson Keys ... producer

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Don Banks

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Michael Reed ... director of photography

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Roy Hyde

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James Needs ... supervising editor

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Bernard Robinson

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Don Mingaye

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Roy Ashton ... makeup
Frieda Steiger ... hair stylist

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Ross MacKenzie ... production manager (as Ross Mackenzie)

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Bert Batt ... assistant director
Hugh Harlow ... second assistant director (uncredited)

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Roy Baker ... sound editor
Ken Rawkins ... sound recordist

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Peter Diamond ... fight arranger (uncredited) / stunts (uncredited)

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Cecil Cooney ... camera operator (as Cece Cooney)
Christopher Neame ... clapper loader (uncredited)
Mike Rutter ... first camera assistant (uncredited)
Jerry Sandler ... clapper/loader (uncredited)

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Rosemary Burrows ... wardrobe

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Philip Martell ... musical supervisor
Don Banks ... musical director (uncredited)

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Lorna Selwyn ... continuity
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Plot Summary

The movie chronicles the events of history's "man of mystery," Rasputin. Although not quite historically accurate and little emphasis is put on the politics of the day, Rasputin's rise to power and eventual assassination are depicted in an attempt to explain his extraordinary power and influence. Written by Mark J. Popp

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Taglines Ladies' Man - And Lady Killer! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Raspoutine, le moine fou (France)
  • Rasputin, der wahnsinnige Mönch (Germany)
  • Rasputin - Der wahnsinnige Mönch (Germany)
  • Rasputín (Spain)
  • Rasputin: Szalony zakonnik (Poland)
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  • 91 min
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Trivia As a young boy, Christopher Lee actually met the assassins of Rasputin (Prince Yusupoff and Dmitri Pavlovich) before playing Rasputin in the film. He also met Rasputin's daughter, Maria in 1976. She told the actor that Lee had her father's "expression." See more »
Goofs Ivan has a bloody lip at the end of the film, with no explanation as to its cause. In fact, the injury was the result of an extended fight sequence, which they spent several days filming, but which was eventually cut from the finished film. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Stephen King's World of Horror (1989). See more »
Quotes Grigori Rasputin: When I go to confession I don't offer God small sins, petty squabbles, jealousies... I offer him sins worth forgiving!
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