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Anastasia

Anastasia(1956)

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Brief Synopsis

A group of exiled Russians claim to have found the living daughter of the Tsar, presumed executed in 1918.

Cast & Crew

Anatole Litvak Director
Ingrid Bergman Anastasia, also known as Anna Korov and Anna Anderson
Yul Brynner Gen. Bounine
Helen Hayes Dowager empress
Martita Hunt Baroness Elena von Livenbaum
Felix Aylmer Russian chamberlain
Sacha Pitoeff Petrovin
Ivan Desny Prince Paul
Natalie Shafer Lissenskaia
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York opening: 13 Dec 1956
Release Date:  1956 Production Date:  [CinemaScope]
EB; AFI*
Color/B&W:  Color (DeLuxe) Distributions Co:  Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.
Sound:  Mono (Westrex Recording System) Production Co:  Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.
Duration(mins):  105 Country:  Great Britain and United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • If only it were true . . . .

    Movie Lady 2017-03-12

    As a child in the 1960s, I was fascinated by the story of Anna Anderson who claimed to be and persuaded an extraordinary number of people that she was the... MORE>

  • Well done and Interesting

    Louise 2017-03-12

    Ingrid Bergman, Helen Hayes and Yul Brenner are great...plus I always love Akim Tamiroff. Just enjoy the story and the acting for the excellent film they... MORE>

  • Anastasia

    Susanne Cavendish 2016-05-22

    I think, if you watch this movie and try to make it reconcile with history, you will be left wanting for not seeing the absolute brilliance of the acting,... MORE>