Catherine the Great: Empress of Russia

Catherine the Great: Empress of Russia

Director: Paul Burgess, John Paul Davidson Cast: Emily Bruni
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Catherine the Great: Empress of Russia

A little-known German princess transforms herself into Russia's most renowned regent as the true tale of Catherine the Great comes to life on the screen in a compelling tale that's sure to capture the imagination of history buffs. A keen intellectual whose sharp mind helps her to overcome court intrigue, Tsarina utilizes Western Democratic ideas to extend Russian influence across Europe and build a nation that would one day stand tall among the notable world superpowers.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/23/2006
UPC: 0841887050494
Original Release: 2006
Rating: NR
Source: Pbs (Direct)
Region Code: 1
Time: 2:00:00
Sales rank: 12,741

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Catherine the Great
2. Sofia [5:28]
3. Peter [3:54]
4. Catherine [4:23]
5. The Marriage [6:53]
6. Producing an Heir [6:46]
7. A Dangerous Relationship [5:20]
8. War, Treason and Political Triumph [6:39]
9. Catherine Creates Her Own Destiny [7:30]
10. Empress Catherine [7:54]
11. Credits [:55]
2. A Natural Power Player [4:25]
3. An Enlightened Ruler [7:49]
4. Expanding the Empire [2:26]
5. Potemkin [7:26]
6. Rebellion [5:34]
7. Madame Potemkin [6:49]
8. The Greek Project: A New Byzantium [7:38]
9. Propaganda War [3:16]
10. Fear of Revolution & Lost Idealism [5:10]
11. The Great Empire Builder [4:11]
12. Credits [:55]

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Catherine the Great: Empress of Russia 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an EXCELLENT DVD! I love history and was searching online for DVDs that aren't in my local store and this one looked interesting because she is an interesting historical figure. I'm glad that I decided to buy it! I would recommend this DVD to anyone interested in either the 18th century or Russian history.