The teen-aged king of a small central European principality has been convinced, falsely, that his regent intends to harm him, and so he has taken refuge in a neighboring country where he is under the "protection" of strongman General Aragas. But Aragas in fact is the one who intends to kill the young ruler. The IMF arranges for an attempted "kidnapping" of the boy during a journey, and then to have him be "found" by a traveling group of gypsies -- putting him temporarily out of Gen. Aragas' hands, so that the IMF can show the boy that Aragas in fact intends to kill him. Written by
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Per the title, the Romani people in Spain are generally known as Gitanos. See more
King Victor calls his regent 'jefe', presumably as a pet name. He pronounces it "Jeff-a". 'Jefe' is Spanish for leader and should be pronounces as "Hay-fe". See more
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[voice on tape
Good morning, Mr. Phelps. General Aragas, Regent of the Kingdom of Sardia, plans to murder young King Victor and make it appear that the boy's uncle, Grand Duke Clement of Montego, was responsible for the crime. By disposing of the royal family in this way, General Aragas will make himself permanent ruler and embark on a course of international adventurism that would engulf the whole region in war. Your mission, Jim, should you decide to accept it, is to stop Aragas....