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Overview

During the 1917 Russian revolution, a group of artistocrats find themselves in the custody of a brutal Communist revolutionary. He lusts after one of them, a ballerina, and gives her an ultimatum: give in to him or her friends will face the firing squad.

  1. John Cromwell

    Director

  2. Oliver H.P. Garrett

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. George Bancroft

    George Bancroft

    Kylenko

  2. Miriam  Hopkins

    Miriam Hopkins

    Maria Yaskaya

  3. Alan Mowbray

    Alan Mowbray

    Dimitri

  4. George E. Stone

    George E. Stone

    Rutchkin

  5. Mitchell Lewis

    Mitchell Lewis

    Sukhanov

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World and the Flesh

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  • April 22, 1932
    NR
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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 14m

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