The IMF team tempts an art lover, who stole a secret missile fuel formula, to return the formula in exchange for a one of a kind art object. But he declines. So Jim begins a complex deception to convince his partner he has been double crossed. But the formula is still locked in a safe rigged to explode when enemy agents arrive. Written by
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Victor Laszlo is the Czechoslovakian underground leader in "Casablanca". See more
The elevator door for Laszlo's private elevator opens to the right in the lobby, but opens to the left on Laszlo's floor. See more
Person on Tape
[voice on tape
Good afternoon, Mr. Phelps. The man you are looking at is the eccentric art collector, Victor Laszlo, who recently arranged the theft of the only copy of a new fuel formula vital to America's missile defense. The theft was executed by Laszlo's partner, Ray Dunson, who also killed the one American scientist capable of duplicating the formula. Enemy scientists have recently solved the same problem, so they do not need our copy of the formula, but they will pay Laszlo ...