Dzerzhinsky tries to make Sidney realize that his situation is hopeless and it is useless to resist interrogation. Characteristically Reilly does resist but is ultimately broken. A paranoid Stalin wants Sidney and everyone involved with 'The Trust' executed, but Dzerzhinsky resists. Meanwhile Cummings works for Reilly's release. Written by
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Felix Dzerzhinsky died July 20, 1926 from heart failure after delivering a two hour speech deriding Trotsky and other dissidents. Stalin eulogized Dzerzhinsky as "...a devout knight of the proletariat." See more
Reilly sings "When the REd, Red, Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin Along" in November 1925, but the song was not written until 1926. See more
As far as the world is concerned, you're dead. I emphasize this because I don't want you to hold out any hope that you're going to get out of here alive, and I want to spare you any unnecessary suffering that prolonged resistance to interrogation will bring.
I appreciate your concern. Beating someone to death can be counterproductive.
Only the unskilled allow that to happen. You will not be so fortunate.
When the Red, Red Robin Goes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along
Written by Harry M. Woods
Sung by Sam Neill
in snow on Finnish border. See more