Scarlet Dawn: February, 1917. Returning to the German front after a sybaritic leave in Moscow, Russian officer Nikita Krasnoff and his brigade are met by the first troop revolts. In the growing anarchy of the Revolution, Nikita finds himself isolated, and must make his risky way to Turkey in the unexpected company of his adoring (but virtuous) former servant Tanyusha. In Istanbul, Nikita and Tanyusha reach an understanding... but their happiness is threatened by the reappearance of Nikita's former mistress Vera, offering a false semblance of the old life.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||November 02, 1932|
|Genres:||Drama Romance History|
|Actors:||Arnold Korff Betty Gillette Dewey Robinson Douglas Fairbanks Jr Earle Foxe Ellinor Vanderveer Eric Mayne Frank Reicher George Magrill Guy Kibbee Harry Cording Harry Tenbrook Ivan Linow Jack Chefe Lee Kohlmar Lilyan Tashman Mae Busch Mike Tellegen Mischa Auer Nancy Carroll Paul Panzer Richard Alexander Ronald R Rondell Sheila Terry Tsar Nicholas II William Le Maire William Ricciardi|
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