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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.
It has been speculated that if Russia had focused on defeating Austro-Hungary in World War I the revolution could have been avoided. The Russians were forced to end a successful offensive against the Austrians in Galicia in order to attack ... ...
Tsar Nicholas II:
What are our chances?
Yakovlev: Of what?
Tsar Nicholas II: Living 'till Christmas.
Yakovlev: I haven't thought about it.
Tsar Nicholas II: You puzzle me. You'd be happy to see us dead, and yet you help us get away.
Yakovlev: I haven't your taste for murder, Bloody Nicholas. I've never had a chance to get used to ...
Rasputin continuously mispronounces Matushka (little mother) when addressing Alexandra. The accent is on the first syllable.
"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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