Rasputin the Mad Monk

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Rasputin the Mad Monk is a 1966 film about the life of an death of the Russian mystic.

Directed by Don Sharp. Written by Anthony Hinds.
What mystic power did this man posses that turned men into killers and women into animals?  (taglines)

Dialogue[edit]

Grigori Rasputin: During the time that I've been here, you've tried to teach me that confession of my sins is good for the soul.
The Bishop: Well?
Grigori Rasputin: You also tried to remove all temptations from us so that there's no chance of any sin here. I've merely tried to put that right. When I go to confession I don't offer God small sins, petty squabbles, jealousies... I offer him sins worth forgiving!

Taglines[edit]

  • What mystic power did this man posses that turned men into killers and women into animals?

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