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War and Peace (1956)

By 1812, Napoleon's (Herbert Lom's) forces controlled much of Europe. Russia, one of the few countries still unconquered, prepares to face Napoleon's troops together with Austria. Amongst the Russian soldiers, are Count Nikolai Rostov (Jeremy Brett) and Prince Andrei Bolkonsky (Mel Ferrer). Count Pierre Bezukhov (Henry Fonda), a friend of Andrei's, and self-styled intellectual, who is not interested in fighting. Pierre's life changes when his father dies, leaving him a vast inheritance. He is attracted to Natasha Rostov (Audrey Hepburn), Nikolai's sister, but she is too young, so he gives in to baser desires and marries the shallow, manipulative Princess Helene (Anita Ekberg). The marriage ends when Pierre discovers his wife's true nature. Andrei is captured and later released by the French, and returns home only to watch his wife die in childbirth. A few months later, Pierre and Andrei meet again. Andrei sees Natasha and falls in love, but his father will only permit the marriage if they postpone it for one year until Natasha turns seventeen. While Andrei is away on a military mission, Natasha is drawn to Anatole Kuragin (Vittorio Gassman), a womanizer. Pierre saves Natasha by telling her of Anatole's past before she can elope with him. Napoleon invades Russia. Pierre visits Andrei on the eve of the battle, and observes the battle that follows. Traumatized by the carnage, he vows to kill Napoleon. Written by alfiehitchie

Country: United States / Italy

Views: 66

Category: Drama, Romance, War

Year: 1956

Imdb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0049934/

Audience Rating: n/A

Imdb Rating: 6.8

Description: By 1812, Napoleon's (Herbert Lom's) forces controlled much of Europe. Russia, one of the few countries still unconquered, prepares to face Napoleon's troops together with Austria. Amongst the Russian soldiers, are Count Nikolai Rostov (Jeremy Brett) and Prince Andrei Bolkonsky (Mel Ferrer). Count Pierre Bezukhov (Henry Fonda), a friend of Andrei's, and self-styled intellectual, who is not interested in fighting. Pierre's life changes when his father dies, leaving him a vast inheritance. He is attracted to Natasha Rostov (Audrey Hepburn), Nikolai's sister, but she is too young, so he gives in to baser desires and marries the shallow, manipulative Princess Helene (Anita Ekberg). The marriage ends when Pierre discovers his wife's true nature. Andrei is captured and later released by the French, and returns home only to watch his wife die in childbirth. A few months later, Pierre and Andrei meet again. Andrei sees Natasha and falls in love, but his father will only permit the marriage if they postpone it for one year until Natasha turns seventeen. While Andrei is away on a military mission, Natasha is drawn to Anatole Kuragin (Vittorio Gassman), a womanizer. Pierre saves Natasha by telling her of Anatole's past before she can elope with him. Napoleon invades Russia. Pierre visits Andrei on the eve of the battle, and observes the battle that follows. Traumatized by the carnage, he vows to kill Napoleon. Written by alfiehitchie

Actors: Audrey Hepburn, Henry Fonda, Mel Ferrer, Vittorio Gassman, Herbert Lom, Oskar Homolka, Anita Ekberg, Helmut Dantine, Tullio Carminati, Barry Jones, Milly Vitale, Lea Seidl, Anna Maria Ferrero, Wilfrid Lawson, May Britt, Jeremy Brett, Patrick Crean, Sean Barrett, Gertrude Flynn, John Mills, Giuseppe Addobbati, Mario Addobbati, Inna Alexeievna, Marisa Allasio, Luciano Angelini, Cesare Barbetti, Vincent Barbi, Patrick Barrett, Michael Billingsley, Augusto Borselli, Georges Bréhat, Mario Cardoni, Guido Celano, Carmelo Consoli, Geoffrey Copleston, Tiziano Cortini, Giorgio Costantini, Dave Crowley, Robert Cunningham, Alex D'Alessio, Carlo Dale, Henry Danieli, Paul Davis, Richard Dawson, Lucio De Santis, Mino Doro, Andrea Esterhazy, Andrea Fantasia, Charles Fawcett, Francis Foucaud, Alan Furlan, Angelo Galassi, Nándor Gallai, Stephen Garret, Dino Gelio, Micaela Giustiniani, Christopher Hofer, John Horne, Sdenka Kirchen, Dmitriy Konstantinov, Mauro Lanciani, Stephen Lang, Arcibaldo Layall, Marianne Leibl, Don Little, Alberto Lolli, Gianni Luda, Howard Marion-Crawford, Clelia Matania, Richard McNamara, Nino Milia, Enrico Olivieri, Eric Oulton, Piero Palermini, Mimmo Palmara, Piero Pastore, Teresa Pellati, Frank Pex, Paola Quagliero, Savo Raskovitch, Robert Rietty, Jerry Riggio, Alfredo Rizzo, Giacomo Rossi Stuart, Giovanni Rossi-Loti, Carlo Sabatini, Umberto Sacripante, Enrico Maria Salerno, Aldo Saporetti, John Stacy, Robert Stephens, Eschilo Tarquini, Gilberto Tofano, Michael Tor, Gualtiero Tumiati, Joop van Hulzen, Henri Vidon, Robin White Cross, Maria Zanoli