derived from the religious term raskolnik. Alternative spellings include Raskolnikow and Raskolnikoff. Fyodor Raskolnikov, pseudonym of Fyodor Ilyin, RussianRaskolnikow is a 1923 German silent drama film directed by Robert Wiene. The film is an adaptation of the 1866 novel Crime and Punishment by Fyodor DostoyevskyDerwent Hall Caine. 1919: Rodion Raskolnikow, 1919 Russian film. 191?: Raskolnikow, 1910s Russian film. 1923: Raskolnikow (aka Crime and Punishment), Germanfeature films are the horror film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1920) and Raskolnikow (1923), an adaptation of Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment, both ofRaskolnikov (band) - Netherlands Raskolnikov (swiss band) - Switzerland Raskolnikow (film), a 1923 German film directed by Robert Wiene Raskolnikoff, a tragedybeen over 25 film adaptations of Crime and Punishment. They include: Raskolnikow (aka Crime and Punishment, 1923) directed by Robert Wiene Crime and Punishmentfilms to fully embrace the Expressionist style were Genuine (1920) and Raskolnikow (1923), both directed by Wiene, as well as From Morn to Midnight (1920)filmed in 1970 and released in 1971. Chmara died in France in 1970. Raskolnikow (1923) I.N.R.I. (1923) The House by the Sea (1924) Hedda Gabler (1925)(2007) Rasika (1994) Rasikan (2004) Rasikkum Seemane (2010) Rasili (1946) Raskolnikow (1923) Rasmus, Pontus och Toker (1966) The Raspberry Reich (2004) Raspoutinenovel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. Crime and Punishment may also refer to: Raskolnikow (film), a 1923 German film directed by Robert Wiene Crime and PunishmentSpades (1916) Satan Triumphant (1917) It Illuminates, My Dear (1922) Raskolnikow (1923) I.N.R.I. (1923) The Power of Darkness (1924) Secrets of a SoulCemetery. In 1975, a ship, the MV Alla Tarasova, was named after her. Raskolnikow (1923) The Storm (1934) Peter the Great (1937) Guilty Without Guilt (1945)(1911), title Moloh, production in Zagreb (1911). Raskolnikoff (aka Raskolnikow), tragedy in three acts after Dostoevsky (the first reference in 1910starring Madge Kennedy, Monte Blue, Vincent Coleman and Pedro de Cordoba Raskolnikow, directed by Robert Wiene – (Germany) Rosita, directed by Ernst LubitschQuarantine Max Mack Rudolf Lettinger, Helena Makowska, Loni Nest Silent Raskolnikow Robert Wiene Gregori Chmara, Alla Tarasova Drama The Red Rider Franzpublic space, Munich, Germany Werkschau (exhibition of works), Kunsthaus Raskolnikow, Dresden, Germany 2004: premiere of "Woher Kollege Wohin Kollege" buddyin 9 films, most of them the Russian classics adaptations, including Raskolnikow, The Storm (1933), The Youth of Maxim (1934), Dubrovsky (1936) and PyotrGoltzstrasse in Berlin. In 1923, he designed his first cinema décor for Raskolnikow, directed by Robert Wiene, film based upon Dostoyevsky's Crime and PunishmentAltmann, Susanne, curator, GCAC catalogue essay, "Mary Jo Bole," Kunsthaus Raskolnikow Galerie, Dresden, Germany. date/name of show, 2008?. Altmann, Susannemagazine, “Nuovi Argomenti.” Next came a highly original essay entitled Raskolnikow and Marxism, (1960, reprinted in 1997) in which she engaged with MoraviaLodging House for Gentleman (1922) Tania, the Woman in Chains (1922) Raskolnikow (1923) The Man at Midnight (1924) The Power of Darkness (1924) Curfew

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