Goodyear Theatre: Season 2, Episode 3

The Spy (10 Nov. 1958)

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Peter Fenton is a Communist agent working in this country as a civil engineer. He is convinced he will be promoted to a position that will give him access to important secret documents. ... See full summary »

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Herman Worth
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Peter Fenton
Joan Tompkins ...
Sarah Sheldon
Walter Coy ...
Dr. Edward Basehart
Theodore Marcuse ...
Rence
Ralph Clanton ...
Major A.S. Mainor
Helen Wallace ...
Miss Hellock
Edwin Jerome ...
Bremmerson
Steve Pendleton ...
Captain Robert Deenthorpe
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Peter Fenton is a Communist agent working in this country as a civil engineer. He is convinced he will be promoted to a position that will give him access to important secret documents. Then he learns that a younger man has been appointed to the post, so he schemes to have the other man branded as a spy. Written by Anonymous

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An early Boris Sagal work for TV

Boris Sagal is well known for the film adapted from Richard Matheson's novel:I AM A LEGEND; the movie in question was, as you probably know, THE OMAGA MAN. I think this was at the same scale as Sidney Salkow did in 64, starring Vincent Price.

Well, speaking of this episode, this is a really pleasant espionage yarn, already explained in the plot line above. It is very short, maybe too short for this kind of story. We don't see very many spy tales in such little TV shows. Gig Young gives here an interesting performance as a ruthless spy. Watch out for the final sequence. Surprising for this kind of show.

Very rare gem, as you have guessed.


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