Rasputin on Campus - Rasputin returns to spread his indulgent and perverse behavior at a New England University in 1950's Cold War USA!
Rasputin on Campus - 1916: Gregori Rasputin, adviser to the Czar of Russia, is murdered by members of the royal family and has his body dumped into the icy waters. 1955: A fishing vessel near Finland pulls up a block of ice containing a man's body. The block of ice is brought on board and transported to an American Naval vessel upon which the body thaws and proceeds to wipe out the crew of the boat. The boat crashes into a New England naval yard.
Months later a learned Russian scholar shows up at a prestigious Boston University. He proves to be a popular teacher, and is soon elevated to the dean of the history department. As his popularity grows, so does his indiscretions. He proceeds to seduce all of the college girls on the campus. He proceeds to seduce many of the female faculty, gradually working his way up to the wife of the Dean of the College. Insurrection begins to build in both jealous boyfriends and husbands, and plans are put a foot to intervene in Rasputin’s extracurricular activities. As each jilted lover attempts to wipe out Rasputin, its their bodies that are found dead, not his.
Word reaches Russia of a mysterious prophet teaching at a US university who knows a lot more about Russian history than he should. The Kremlin sends out two female spies to investigate and find out more about this mysterious teacher. Now you have a cold war college faculty and Soviet spies working toward eradicating the blasphemous prophet come college professor. This campus is about to become a battleground as an attempt is made to kill someone who is already dead!
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Funding Suspended Funding for this project was suspended on May 22, 2012.
Apr 25, 2012 - Jun 9, 2012 (45 days)
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