~SCH-4-36: Edmund Lowe & Lilyan Tashman~
~Plot Synopsis~
One of a cycle of late-1920s films dealing with the Russian Revolution, Siberia stars Alma Rubens as
idealistic Russian schoolteacher Sonia Vronsky. Enraptured by the communist cause, Sonia runs
afoul of the Czarist authorities and is shipped off to Siberia. Here she is protected from harm by her
sweetheart, military officer Leonid Petroff (Edmund Lowe). When the revolution finally comes, even
loyal Leninists like Sonia are in danger of being trampled by the surging mobs. Leonid rescues the girl
from this fate, and together they embark on an exciting escape across the snowy Siberian steppes and

Plot Synopsis by Hal Erickson, AllMovie.com
Directed by: Victor Schertzinger    

Written by:  
Nicholas Dunaew - adaptation
Eve Unsell - writer

Based on the play  Siberia, a Picturesque Romantic Drama of Russian Life
in Six Acts  by Bartley Campbell (New York, c1911).

Alma Rubens ...  Sonia Vronsky
Edmund Lowe ...  Leonid Petroff
Lou Tellegen ...  Egor Kaplan
Tom Santschi ...  Alexis Vetkin
Paul Panzer ...  Commandant
Vadim Uraneff ...  Kyrill Vronsky
Lilyan Tashman ...  Beautiful Blonde
Helena D'Algy ...  Beautiful Brunette (as Helen D'Algy)
James A. Marcus ...  Andrei Vronsky (as James Marcus)
Daniel Makarenko ...  Governor
Harry Gripp ...  Ivan the Nameless
Sammy Blum ...  Feodor
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Fox Film Corporation

Cinematography by: Glen MacWilliams & Robert Martin    
Assistant Director: William Tummel  
Presenter: William Fox  

Length: 7 Reels
Released: March 28, 1926