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The Kremlin, Farewell 

A drama of intrigue and betrayal in Stalin's Russia. Stepan grows up in an orphanage, learning to love Stalin as 'a father to all children'. He retains disturbing memories of the ... See full summary »

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Agejev
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Sergej
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Nadja
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Lebedev
Daniel Eastland ...
Stepan
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Stalin
Ken Robertson ...
Pauker
Tony Quant ...
Stepan (aged 3)
Laurence Zage ...
Vassily Ikramov
James French ...
Sasha (as James Cooper)
Igor Gridneff ...
Comrade Grosberg
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Lipetkin
David Foxxe ...
Startsev
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Ulinov
Bill Wallis ...
Vyshinsky
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A drama of intrigue and betrayal in Stalin's Russia. Stepan grows up in an orphanage, learning to love Stalin as 'a father to all children'. He retains disturbing memories of the disappearance of his real father and, when a strange message is delivered to him, he's determined to find out the truth. Written by Anonymous

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1 April 1990 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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