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Foreign Exchange (1970)

TV Movie  -   -  Action | Drama  -  13 January 1970 (USA)
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A former British Secret Service agent is persuaded to negotiate a spy exchange with Russia, only to find himself drawn into political intrigues.

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Max
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Dudley Foster ...
Leo
Clive Graham ...
Johns
George Roubicek ...
Karkov
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Borensko
Eric Longworth ...
Boreman
Eleanor Summerfield ...
Mrs. Roberts
Timothy Bateson
Blake Butler
Warren Stanhope
Martin Wyldeck
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A former British Secret Service agent is persuaded to negotiate a spy exchange with Russia, only to find himself drawn into political intrigues.

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Connections

Follows The Spy Killer (1969) See more »

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Born Beneath a Star
Music by Johnny Pearson
Lyrics by Tony Colton
Sung by John Rowles
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Sequel is more of the same, and that's good!
6 March 2000 | by (Buffalo, TX, USA) – See all my reviews

The director, novelist/scriptwriter, and three stars of the previous year's "The Spy Killer" are back with another twisty espionage yarn. This time, intelligence chief Max (Sebastian Cabot) forces ex-agent John Smith (Robert Horton) to go behind the Iron Curtain by threatening to deport his American girlfriend/model (Jill St. John). As with the earlier film, attention must be paid, but the rewards are immense. If you like tough, cynical intelligence thrillers and have the opportunity to see this, don't let it go by.


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