Lenin in 1918

Lenin in 1918

"Lenin in 1918" ( _ru. Ленин в 1918 году) is a 130-minute long Soviet war film released in 1939. It gives the background of the Russian Civil War after the October Revolution.

The film was directed by Mikhail Romm with E. Aron and I. Simkov as co-directors. The script was written by Aleksei Kapler together with Taisiya Zlatogorova.

Cast (in credits order)

*Boris Shchukin as Vladimir Lenin
*Nikolai Okhlopkov as Vasili, Lenin's protege
*Aleksandr Shatov as Konstantinov, conspirator chieftain
*V. Markov as Felix Edmundovich Dzerzhinsky
*Vasili Vanin as Kremlin Commandant Mateyev
*Nikolai Cherkasov as Maksim Gorky
*Leonid Lyubashevsky as Yakov Sverdlov
* Vladimir Solovyov as Sintsov, a spy
*Nikolai Svobodin as Rutkovsky, a conspirator
*V. Tretyakov as Novikov, a conspirator
*Natalya Efron as Fanny Kaplan
* E. Muzil as Yevdokia Ivanova, Lenin's housekeeper
*Mikheil Gelovani as Joseph Stalin (scenes deleted for reissues after Stalin's death and denunciation)
*Nikolai Bogolyubov as Kliment Voroshilov (scenes deleted for reissues after Stalin's death and denunciation)
*Z. Dobina as Nadezhda Konstantinovna Krupskaya
*S. Koziminsky as Bobilev, Lenin's orderly
*K. Korobova as Vasili's Wife
*Dmitri Orlov as Korobov, farm worker
*Nikolai Plotnikov as Kulak from Tamborsk
*Iosif Tolchanov as Andrei Fedorovich, attending physician
* A. Khokhlov as Professor of Medicine

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