Man, the one thing about Rasputin was the fact that he was incredibly hard to kill. We all know the story of how he was poisoned, shot, beaten, stabbed, then chucked into the river, where he eventually drowned. (OH, THOSE RUSSIANS!)
And since then, there is a trope dedicated to the ways that people died, and it did take a long time for those poor people to die.
Well, I have nothing else to add about Rasputin’s death in the Anastasia cartoon, however.
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