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Rasputin (TV Movie 1996) Poster

(1996 TV Movie)

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The cliffhanger ending suggests Alexei may have survived the massacre at Ipatev House, as his body (along with one of his sisters') had never been recovered. However, approximately eleven years after this movie's release, remains found near the Ipatev House site were unearthed and confirmed to be Alexei's, thus rendering this movie's ambiguous finale anachronistic.
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Filmed in only eight weeks.
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John Wood (Pyotr Stolypin) previously played Colonel Kobylinsky in Nicholas and Alexandra (1971), which depicted many of the same events.
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Actor Tamás Tóth plays the part of Young Rasputin, clearly appearing to be a child of about 13 years of age. But the actor was born on December 2, 1958, so he was about 37 years old, at the time of filming (1995).
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