~The Red Dance~
~R.W.-23-66: Ivan Linow & Dolores Del Rio~
~Plot Synopsis~
Based upon The Red Dancer of Moscow by Henry Leyford Gates, The Red Dance is a silent film (released with
a synchronized score, to take advantage of the commercial allure that "sound" added to films in 1928) that
paints a picture of Russia before, during and after the Soviet Revolution. Tasia (Dolores Del Rio) is a peasant
girl who becomes romantically involved with Grand Duke Eugen (Charles Farrell ), a Russian aristocrat who is
supposed to marry Princess Varvara ($Dorothy Revier). True love eventually wins out, although things are
invariably complicated by the changes wrought by the Revolution -- which include Tasia's new career as a
dancer with the Moscow Theatre and Eugen's adjustments to life outside the aristocracy.

Plot Synopsis by Craig Butler, AllMovie.com
Directed by: Raoul Walsh

Written by:
Malcolm Stuart Boylan - titles
Eleanor Browne - story
Pierre Collings - adaptation
James Ashmore Creelman - writer
Philip Klein - adaptation

Based on the novel
The Red Dancer of Moscow by Henry Leyford Gates.  

Charles Farrell ...  Grand Duke Eugen
Dolores del Rio ...  Tasia
Ivan Linow ...  Ivan Petroff
Boris Charsky ...  An agitator
Dorothy Revier ...  Princess Varvara
Andrés de Segurola ...  General Tanaroff
Demetrius Alexis ...  Rasputin
Henry Armetta ...  Prisoner
Nigel De Brulier ...  Bishop
Soledad Jiménez ...  Tasia's Mother
Muriel McCormac ...  Tasia as a child
Barry Norton ...  Rasputin's Assassin
Magda Sonja ...  Undetermined Role
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Fox Film Corporation

Produced by: William Fox
Cinematography by: Charles G. Clarke & Jack A. Marta
Film Editing by: Louis R. Loeffler
Assistant Director: Archibald Buchanan
Property Master: Don B. Greenwood  

Runtime... 103 minutes
Released: December 2, 1928
~R.W.23-203: Dorothy Revier & Charles Farrell~