Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna (Also titled Anastasia: The Story of Anna) is a television film directed by Marvin J. Chomsky, starring Amy Irving, Rex Harrison (in his last performance), Olivia de Havilland, Omar Sharif, Christian Bale (in his first film) and Jan Niklas. The film was loosely based on the story of Grand. Story of Anna Anderson, who claimed to be Anastasia Romanov, the only "surviving" child of the last Czar and Czarina of Russia. Amy Irving, Olivia de Havilland, Jan Niklas. In s Berlin, suicidal asylum patient Anna Anderson claims to be Anastasia Romanov, the supposedly dead. : Anastasia - The Mystery of Anna: Amy Irving, Olivia de Havilland, Jan Niklas, Nicolas Surovy, Susan Lucci, Elke Sommer, Edward Fox, Claire Bloom, Omar Sharif, Rex Harrison, Jennifer The New Adventures of Pinocchio/ The Mystery of Anna Anastasia/ Call of the Wild DVD Originally aired on TV in
Dec 7, This two-part TV movie recounts the life of Anna Anderson, who until the day she died at age 82 insisted that she was really Anastasia Romanov, daughter of Czar Nicholas. Anna first makes her claim in , when she is an inmate in a Berlin asylum. Her story of escape from the Bolsheviks who killed the. Nov 2, Guys, the story of Anna Anderson, the woman who claimed to be the Grand Duchess Anastasia — murdered along with her family in the Russian Revolution — was pivotal in my pre-teen years. PIVOTAL. I can't remember if I saw the TV miniseries Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna () first, or read the. Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna (). It was this miniseries, “Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna,” that first hooked me on Russian history (Russian history is loaded with fantastic stories, far more exciting, glamorous and cruel than this one, but the episode of Anastasia is as enticing an entrance point as anything but Catherine.