Cambridge Spies (2003– )
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Burgess, Blunt, Philby and Maclean, still ardent communists and working for the KGB, must follow instructions and cover their political leanings. They now have to convince the powers that ... See full summary »

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Michael Parkhouse ...
First BBC Man
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Second BBC Man
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Alejandra Herzberg ...
Luisa Jiminez (as Aleksandra Hertzberg)
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Simon Masterton Smith ...
Sir Clive Woodham
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Stuart Laing ...
Jack Hewit
Matthew Bell ...
Policeman
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Storyline

Burgess, Blunt, Philby and Maclean, still ardent communists and working for the KGB, must follow instructions and cover their political leanings. They now have to convince the powers that be that they have outgrown their juvenile leanings towards socialism and become members of the British establishment to become moles on the inside. Philby is sent to Spain to report on the civil war, made to deny any German involvement, and Blunt gains the confidence of the British royal family.

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Drama | History

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16 May 2003 (UK)  »

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The bombing of Guernica (26 April 1937) was carried out by two German Heinkel He 111s, one Dornier Do 17, eighteen Junkers Ju 52 Behelfsbomber, and three Italian Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 aircraft. Each of these aircraft were single wing medium bombers. The aircraft type depicted in the film is a twin wing (biplane) , possibly a German Bücker Bü 131 "Jungmann" (Young man) which was a 1930s basic training aircraft. See more »

Quotes

Julian Bell: Funny, people keep talking about the dark clouds gathering over Europe. Clouds. Clouds! It's already raining! Why doesn't anyone see it's already bloody raining?
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Soundtracks

I Cover the Waterfront
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Music by Johnny Green
Lyrics by Edward Heyman
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