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  1. Russian Holiday ( also known as Russian Roulette) is a 1992/1993 [1] film directed by Greydon Clark and starring Susan Blakely and Barry Bostwick. [2] [3] [4] Plot. Susan, an American teacher is on a tour holiday in Saint Petersburg. She gets romantically involved with Grant, a fellow countryman.

  2. Russian Holiday: Directed by Greydon Clark. With Susan Blakely, Barry Bostwick, E.G. Marshall, Jeff Altman. When Susan Dennison, an American woman traveling in Russia, tires to smuggle priceless artifacts out of the country, her entire tour group suffers the repercussions.

  3. The film is widely regarded as a classic piece of Russian popular culture and is traditionally broadcast in Russia and almost all former Soviet republics every New Year's Eve (Andrew Horton and Michael Brashinsky likened its status to that held by Frank Capra's 1946 It's a Wonderful Life in the United States as a holiday staple).

  4. 28. Apr. 2020 · 255. 43K views 3 years ago. When Susan Dennison, an American woman traveling in Russia, tires to smuggle priceless artifacts out of the country, her entire tour group suffers the repercussions....

  5. Russian Holiday – fernsehserien.de. USA 1992 (92 Min.) jetzt ansehen. Drama. Thriller. Als die Amerikanerin Susan Dennison (Susan Blakely) zusammen mit einer Reisegruppe durch Russland reist, wird sie dabei erwischt, wie sie versucht, unbezahlbare Artefakte aus dem Land zu schmuggeln.

  6. Russian Holiday. THRILLER. When Susan Dennison, an American woman traveling in Russia, tires to smuggle priceless artifacts out of the country, her entire tour group suffers the repercussions. Not only does the Russian government suspect her companions of criminal behavior, but an unidentified killer starts stalking them.

  7. Brief Synopsis. An American school teacher arrives in St. Petersburg and promptly falls in love with a handsome American businessman. Everything seems ideal until people start getting murdered, and she stumbles on a ruthless conspiracy to steal a priceless Russian treasure.