Stalin (1992)


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The made-for-cable film Stalin relates the story of the ruthless Soviet dictator and his tyrannical rule. Robert Duvall gives an excellent performance as the dictator and the photography is beautiful, as are the sets, since much of the movie was shot on location in Russia. The screenplay also does a good job of detailing Stalin's aggression, not only on his citizens, but also his young wife (Julia Ormand). Nevertheless, the story is very detailed and viewers need to pay close attention in order … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Television
Directed By:
Written By: Paul Monash
In Theaters:
On DVD: Mar 31, 1993
MGM Home Entertainment



as Bukharin

as Berea

as Sergei Alliluyeva

as Trotsky

as Voroshilov

as Kruschev

as Svetlana

as Krupskaya

as Molotov

as Anya Larina

as Kamenev

as Vyshinsky

as Dr. Vinogradov
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Duvall and Ormand are terrific in this effectively unnerving depiction of the murderous dictator.

September 24, 2003
Nitrate Online

June 24, 2005

July 30, 2002
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

September 24, 2005
Boxoffice Magazine

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