In the song "A Rumor in St. Petersburg," according to the closed captioning, the characters sing the words "no proof of fact." According to the lyrics in the soundtrack booklet, they are actually singing "or through a crack." And if you listen, it's actually what they are saying. See more...
Inspired by the story of Anna Anderson (died 1984) who claimed to be Archduchess Anastasia, which would have made her the only surviving daughter of the Czar and Czarina of Russia. Only DNA tests years after her death proved she was not Anastasia, but an imposter which European nobility had long suspected. See more...
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|Original entry||Rasputin says that he sold his soul to the Devil in order to destroy the Romanovs. Why is he in Limbo? After he died on the night of the attack, shouldn't he have gone to Hell? [Rasputin sold his soul to kill the Romanovs. As one Romanov survived (Anastasia), the task wasn't complete, and Rasputin remained in limbo until Anastasia was found.]|