Agony: The Life and Death of Rasputin Trailer

Agony: The Life and Death of Rasputin Trailer (1975)

01 June 1975 Drama 151 mins

Details the life of the Russian monk Rasputin. The film shows his rise to power and how it corrupted him. His sexual perversions and madness ultimatly leads to his gruesome assasination.

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Cast

Aleksey Petrenko

as Rasputin

Anatoli Romashin

as Nicholas II

Leonid Bronevoy

as Manasevich-Manuilov

Alisa Freyndlikh

as Vyrubova

Yuri Katin-Yartsev

as Purishkevich

Mikhail Svetin

as Terekhov

Velta Line

as Aleksandra Fyodorovna

International Titles

Rasputin Trailer

Agoniia Trailer

Agoniya Trailer

Rasputin Trailer

International Releases Dates

Italy 01 January 1981

Russia 01 June 1975

United States 06 June 1975

Production Companies

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