Anastasia - (Original Trailer)
A group of exiled Russians claim to have found the living daughter (Ingrid Bergman) of the Tsar in Anastasia (1956).
Anastasia (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Your Imperial Highness
Ingrid Bergman is mental patient Anna, in training first with Sacha Pietoff, then Yul Brynner, who consults third partner Akim Tamiroff, as they rush to convince fellow Russian exiles in Paris that she's the princess presumed murdered with her family in 1918, in Anastasia, 1956.
Anastasia (1956) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Not Being Sarcastic
Ingrid Bergman, who's really just a mental patient trained by a charlatan Russian exile general (Yul Brynner), is presented in 1928 Paris as the lost daughter of the murdered Tsar, whose one-time chamberlain (Felix Aylmer) is the toughest judge, in Anastasia, 1956.
Anastasia (1956) -- (Movie Clip) I Can Make You Anastasia
Paris, 1928, Russian exile general and con man Bounine (Yul Brynner), with partners Akim Tamiroff and Sacha Piteoff, debriefing mental patient Anna (Ingrid Bergman), their last prospect as their contract to produce the presumed-dead Russian princess expires, in the fact-based Anastasia, 1956.