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The Secret Agents (1965)
"The Dirty Game" (original title)

 -  Drama | Thriller  -  23 June 1965 (France)
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The US intelligence chief in Europe relates the stories of three different operations that he was involved in with colleagues in Paris and Djibouti, Rome, and Berlin.

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Dimitri Koulov
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General Bruce
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Perego / Ferrari (French)
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Suzette / Monique (French)
Bourvil ...
Lalande
Robert Hossein ...
Dupont
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Petchatkin
Maria Grazia Buccella ...
Natalia
Mario Adorf ...
Callaghan
Jacques Sernas ...
Sernas
Georges Marchal ...
Serge
Wolfgang Lukschy ...
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Louis Arbessier ...
Ivanov
Jackie Blanchot ...
Joe
Gabriel Gobin ...
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The US intelligence chief in Europe relates the stories of three different operations that he was involved in with colleagues in Paris and Djibouti, Rome, and Berlin.

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They give them a job, a license to kill, and whatever they ask for -- money, women, or power! See more »

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Spy anthology improves as it goes on.
11 November 2002 | by (Seattle) – See all my reviews

Three quickies for the price of one and you get what you pay for. The plots of the individual segments are necessarily simple but each short film is better than the last. Robert Ryan is peripherally involved in each and his cynical narration seems appropriate only for the last story where even the good guys are bad. Italian, French, and British filmmakers each take their turn in presenting the trio of espionage tales.


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