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Watched this recently because it sounded interesting, and it was OK. The main character ("Peter Hubbard" played by Michael Billington) is a double agent who was originally working for the Russians, but now working for the Americans. The KGB finds out, and wants him dead. In real life, Billington was also a potential James Bond candidate, and it shows with his mannerisms and behavior (imdb bibliography). You'll recognize "Nicholai", played by Walter Gotell, who was General Gogol in several Bond Films in the seventies.
As for the rest of the cast, they are unremarkable, but do the job. The dialogue is corny in spots, but decent in others. Several action scenes litter this movie throughout, none really standing out.
Watchable if your like me, because I fall for any cheesy action/spy film.
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