The MI team must exonerate an American businessman framed for the murder of his wife and marked for death in Japan. Undercover in the guise of various masters of Japanese art forms they dupe the true killer into confessing.
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At the 1970 exchange rate, the prize of 3,600,000 yen for Willie's bout against Masaki's champion was $10,000 dollars. Adjusted for inflation, that represents $58322.88 in 2013 dollars. See more
When a guard brings Harry Kellem a food tray, he slides it across the floor through a hole in to bottom of the cell door. There are very rough saw cuts at the corners of the hole, chips in the silver paint and visible wood grain revealing that the door is painted wood, and was never meant to be photographed at close range from inside the "cell". See more
Person on Tape
Good morning, Mr. Phelps. Harry Kellem, an American businessman and chairman of the new Economic Treaty Counscil, has been arrested for the murder of his wife, Mioshi. We have reasons to believe that Kellem was framed and the murder was committed by Mrs. Kellem's brother, Toshito Masaki, a powerful industrialist who is fanatically anti-American. In addition to a personal hatred for Kellem, Masaki's motive is to discredit the Economic Council and shatter Japanese-American relations on the eve of...