I Stand Condemned (1936)





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Anthony Asquith evokes a vivid impression of Russia in 1916 in I Stand Condemned. The story follows handsome Russian officer Captain Ignatoff (Laurence Olivier), who is carried into a hospital in a delirious condition from severe war wounds. When he comes to his senses, he sees the beautiful Red Cross nurse Natasha (Penelope Dudley-Ward) staring down at him and he is immediately smitten. Although she feels the same way about Ignatoff, she is unhappily engaged to Brioukov (Harry Baur), a middle-aged war profiteer who has paid off the mortgage on her parent's home. Since she owes so much to Brioukov, she is reluctant to leave him and take up with the comely captain. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi
Action & Adventure , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Harry Baur
as Brioukow
Laurence Olivier
as Capt. Ignatoff
Athene Seyler
as Mme. Sabline
Kate Cutler
as Mme. Kovrin
Morton Selten
as Kovrin
Robert Cochran
as Polonsky
Walter Hudd
as Doctor
Charles Carson
as Defence
Edmund Willard
as Prosecution
Morland Graham
as Servant
C.M. Hallard
as President of Court-Martial
Anthony Quayle
as Officer
Patrick Barr
as World Transport Official
John Clements
as The Airman
Allan Jeayes
as Mr. Cabal
Abraham Sofaer
as The Jew
Anthony Holles
as Simon Burton
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