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Grigori Rasputin becomes a fixture of Russia's Imperial Court after saving the life of Alexei Nikolaevich, Tsarevich of Russia, the haemophiliac heir to the throne. However as war breaks out, Rasputin's enemies see him as a cause and plot... See more »

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Rasputin (as Gert Froebe)
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Prince Felix Yusupov
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Serge Sukhotin
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Mounia Golovine
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Grand Duke Alexander
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Pourichkevich
Nicolas Vogel ...
Dr. Lazovert
Patrick Balkany ...
Grand Duke Dimitri Pavlovich
Umberto D'Orsi
Claude Génia ...
Mrs. Golovine (as Claude Genia)
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Princess Irina Yusupov (as Ira Furstenberg)
Sylvie D'Haetze ...
Rasputin's Daughter
France Delahalle ...
Grand Duchess Xenia
Nane Germon ...
A follower of Rasputin
Léa Gray ...
A follower of Rasputin
Robert Le Béal ...
Dovenko
Sacha Briquet ...
Tamarine
Robert Favart
Robert Berri ...
Yusupov's servant
Jean-Pierre Laverne ...
The driver
Dany Jacquet
Renate Birgo ...
Nurse
Muriel Blain ...
A follower of Rasputin
Béatrice Costantini ...
A follower of Rasputin (as Sylvie Costantini)
Cosette Blanche ...
A follower of Rasputin (as Blanche Cozette)
Nicole Debonne ...
A follower of Rasputin
Annie-France Delahaye ...
A follower of Rasputin
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A follower of Rasputin (as Katia Kraftschenko)
Giska Ladewig ...
A follower of Rasputin
Nathalie Lubkov ...
A follower of Rasputin (as Nathalie Libkov)
Milarka Nervi ...
A follower of Rasputin (as Milerka Nervi)
Viviane Landford ...
A follower of Rasputin
Clo Vanesco ...
A follower of Rasputin (as Clotilde Vanesco)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Daniel Blain
Olivia Bravard
Ellen Farmer
Dorothée Blanck ...
Tsarina Alexandra (uncredited)
Catherine Clarence ...
A follower of Rasputin (uncredited)
Alain Decaux ...
Self / Interviewer (uncredited)
Guy Delorme ...
A Russian soldier (uncredited)
Irina Alexandrovna of Russia ...
Self / Interviewee (uncredited)
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Self / Interviewee (uncredited)

Directed by

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Robert Hossein

Written by

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Feliks Yusupov ... (book "Avant l'exil")
Paola Sanjust ... (book collaboration "Avant l'exil")
 
Alain Decaux ... (screenplay)
Claude Desailly ... (screenplay)
Robert Hossein ... (screenplay)

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Raymond Danon ... delegate producer
Maurice Jacquin ... executive producer

Music by

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André Hossein

Cinematography by

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Henri Persin

Film Editing by

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Jacqueline Thiédot

Editorial Department

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Catherine Moulin ... assistant editor

Production Design by

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Léon Barsacq

Costume Design by

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Jacques Fonteray

Makeup Department

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Jacky Bouban ... key makeup artist
Aïda Carange ... key makeup artist
Roger Chanteau ... key hair stylist
Triestina Sarvelli ... key hair stylist

Production Management

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Ralph Baum ... production manager
Alain Darbon ... unit manager
Pierre Darçay ... assistant unit manager
Jacques Schaeffer ... assistant unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Tony Aboyantz ... first assistant director
Jean Mylonas ... first assistant director
Danièle J. Suissa ... assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Jean Bourlier ... assistant art director
Pierre Charron ... set dresser
André Guérin ... assistant art director
Maurice Terrasse ... property master
Jean Vergne ... property master

Sound Department

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Fernand Janisse ... assistant sound
Paul Pauwels ... assistant sound
René Sarazin ... sound engineer
Christiane Weill ... assistant sound editor
Eva Zora ... sound editor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Gilles Bonneau ... camera operator
Jean Castagnier ... assistant camera
Jean-Louis Castelli ... still photographer
Jacques De St. Girons ... assistant camera

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Madeleine Chopin ... costume assistant
Jacques Cottin ... key costumer
Jeanne Vergne ... costume assistant (as Janine Vergne)

Location Management

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Charles Chieusse ... location manager

Music Department

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André Lafosse ... conductor

Script and Continuity Department

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Suzanne Durrenberger ... script supervisor

Other crew

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Dimitri Fedotoff ... documentarist
Geneviève Guyot ... choreographer
Maurice Otte ... production administrator
Nicolas Petrov ... choreographer

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Plot Summary

Grigori Rasputin becomes a fixture of Russia's Imperial Court after saving the life of Alexei Nikolaevich, Tsarevich of Russia, the haemophiliac heir to the throne. However as war breaks out, Rasputin's enemies see him as a cause and plot fatal revenge against the Russian mystic. Written by morroviolet

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Taglines He raped a country and died for a woman! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Addio Lara (Italy)
  • I Killed Rasputin (United States)
  • I Killed Rasputin (Ireland, English title)
  • I Killed Rasputin (United Kingdom)
  • Tormenta en San Petersburgo (Spain)
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  • 100 min
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Movie Connections Version of Rasputin, the Black Monk (1917). See more »

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