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Tsar Nicholas II, the inept monarch of Russia, insensitive to the needs of his people, is overthrown and exiled to Siberia with his family.
For many years, it was believed that Prime Minister David Lloyd George's wartime coalition government would not allow the Romanovs to come to the UK after the first revolution in 1917. However, many years later it was confirmed that it was King George V who was against the idea, ... ...
Tsar Nicholas II:
He's a good man. They always kill good men. The ones who've helped them most. They killed my grandfather. He freed the serfs, you know. He helped them; so, they threw a bomb. Stolypin's a good man.
Tsar Nicholas II: I can't find a match.
Vice Premier Kokovstov: They've got the man who shot ...
Peter Arkadiavitch Stolypin, who was the Prime Minister of Russia from 1906-1911, mentions the Tercentenary in his meeting with Nicholas in Livadia. He is also present when the Tercentenary takes place. In reality, this would be an impossibility, as Stolypin was assassinated in 1911, and the Tercentenary takes place in 1913.
"By courtesy of the National Theatre of G.B." is written underneath Tom Baker and Laurence Olivier's names in the end credits. "By courtesy of the Royal Shakespeare Company" is written underneath Janet Suzman's name.
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