The Rogues (1964–1965)
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The Real Russian Caviar 

The family concocts a scheme in which Auntie Margaret pretends to be Anastasia so that the Russian government will believe that she knows where the Romanoff fortune is hidden in order to collect a fee for the fortune's surrender.

Director:

John Newland

Writers:

Stuart Jerome (teleplay), Stephen Kandel (teleplay) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Charles Boyer ... Marcel St. Clair
Gig Young ... Tony Fleming
Robert Coote ... Timmy St. Clair
Gladys Cooper ... Margaret St. Clair
Elsa Martinelli ... Maria Kuzenkov
Robert Ellenstein ... Nevsky
John Wengraf ... Drozhin
John Hoyt ... Spigal
Peter Brocco ... Berg
John Banner ... Steiner
Chuck Hicks ... Wrangel
Eric Micklewood Eric Micklewood ... Jewelry Salesman
David Niven ... Alec Fleming (credit only)
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Storyline

The family concocts a scheme in which Auntie Margaret pretends to be Anastasia so that the Russian government will believe that she knows where the Romanoff fortune is hidden in order to collect a fee for the fortune's surrender.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 December 1964 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The story is inspired by the long-lasting urban myth that the Grand Duchess Anastasia, one of the children of the last Russian Tsar, had miraculously escaped being murdered with the rest of her family and several others in an Ekatrinburg cellar in 1918. In the 1950s, a popular play and film (Anastasia (1956)) dealt with this subject, and a woman calling herself Anna Anderson spent years claiming that she really was Anastasia, although DNA testing after her death proved this claim false. See more »

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Margaret St. Clair: Does the Russian representative here have the authority to bribe us - I mean, to the extent to which we are accustomed?
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