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Ivan the Terrible (Part 1)

Ivan the Terrible (Part 1)(1944)

Also Known As: Ivan Groznyy | Ivan the Terrible | Ivan the Terrible Part I |

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Russia''''s new czar fights to reclaim lost territory and establish his leadership.

Cast & Crew

Nikolay Cherkasov Ivan Grozny
Lyudmila Tselikovskaya Tsarina Anastasia Romanovna
Serafima Birman Euphrosyne Staritsky--Tsar'S Aunt
Pavel Kadochnikov Vladimir Staritsky--Euphrosyne'S Son
Mikhail Nazvanov Prince Andrew Kurbsky
Andrei Abrikosov Boyar Fyodor Kolychev/Philip--Metropolitan Of Moscow
Alexander Mgebrov Pimen--Archbishop Of Novgorod
Vladimir Balachov Peter Volynets--Pimen'S Acolyte
Mikhail Zharov Malyuta Skuratov
Amvrosy Buchma Alexey Basmanov
Mikhail Kusnetzov Fyodor Basmonov--Alexey'S Son
S Timoshenko Kaspar Von Oldenbock--Livonian Order Ambassador
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1944 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  .....Production Company, .....Foreign Theatrical Distributor
Duration(mins):  Country:  Soviet Union (SU)
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  • IVAN A GREAT MOVIE

    VINCENT ABATO 2011-11-15

    As a medieval Russsian Historian I can say that the historical content of parts I & II are spot on. The undercurrent of Stalin's propaganda is... MORE>