Rasputin and the Empress

Rasputin and the Empress

The disclaimer that now appears at the end of every American film, (“The preceding was a work of fiction, any similarity to a living person...”) first appeared because Rasputin’s assassin Felix Yusupov successfully sued MGM for libel against his wife in the movie “Rasputin and the Empress.”

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