Dubrovsky rescues Mascha's runaway coach.

The Czarina attempts to seduce Dubrovsky.

 Mascha is captured by the Black Eagle's men, but he lets her go. His attempts to be gallant toward her are met with disdain.

Posing as a French tutor, he gains his way into the home of Mascha and her father, Kyrilla.


After reading the verse in the Bible that Mascha left for him stating, "Vengeance is mine, saith the Lord," Dubrovsky is unmoved and harbors his hatred for Kyrilla.

 The Black Eagle surprises Kyrilla in his bedroom and holds him at gunpoint.

However, Mascha surprises him and holds the Black Eagle at bay.


 Dubrovsky reads his own death warrant as he prepares to be executed.


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