American Playhouse: Season 3, Episode 14

Concealed Enemies, Part I: Suspicion (7 May 1984)

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A dramatized account of the actual events that led to the 1950 conviction of former U.S. State Department official Alger Hiss of perjury before a federal grand jury and his resulting ... See full summary »

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John Harkins ...
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Maria Tucci ...
Priscilla Hiss
Jamie E. Pierce ...
Tony Hiss
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Hiss's Secretary
Kurt Knudson ...
Walter Sarnoff
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Alan North ...
Karl Mundt
MacIntyre Dixon ...
John McDowell
Lee Wallace ...
Ben Mandel
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Louis Russell
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F. Edward Hebert
Kevin O'Morrison ...
John E. Rankin
Wayne Tippit ...
Robert Stripling
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A dramatized account of the actual events that led to the 1950 conviction of former U.S. State Department official Alger Hiss of perjury before a federal grand jury and his resulting imprisonment. Written by Anonymous

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Hiss Was a Traitor
25 April 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I recall shortly after the fall of The Evil Empire seeing and reading news reports that a KGB general -- apparently the only honest man in that den of iniquity -- had scoured the KGB archives for any reference to Hiss or any of his presumed code names or operations, and came up empty! "Hiss vindicated!" the leftist yahoos hollered. Oops. Not quite. A few months later came the reports that the same general had gone into other files and found them replete with Hiss' treachery. Seems he was NOT a KGB agent, but an agent of the GRU -- Soviet Military Intelligence. These reports did not receive a tenth of the play in the media that the initial "vindication" did. So much for media bias. Case closed.


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