Col. Stok (as Oscar Homolka)
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Lady on London Bus (uncredited)
Bar Girl (uncredited)
East-German Guard (uncredited)
|Nikki Van der Zyl||...||
Samantha Steel (uncredited) (voice)
|Charles D. Kasher||...||producer (as Charles Kasher)|
|Harry Saltzman||...||executive producer|
|Otto Heller||...||director of photography|
|Lesley Walker||...||assistant film editor|
|Roger Spottiswoode||...||second assistant editor (uncredited)|
|Benny Royston||...||makeup artist|
|Freddie Williamson||...||makeup artist|
|Ivy Emmerton||...||hair stylist (uncredited)|
|Karl Heinz Elsner||...||production manager (as Karl H. Elsner)|
|Clifford Parkes||...||production supervisor|
|David Bracknell||...||assistant director|
|Peter Medak||...||second unit director|
|Hugh Harlow||...||second assistant director (uncredited)|
|Nigel Wooll||...||third assistant director (uncredited)|
|Harry Arbour||...||construction manager|
|Vernon Dixon||...||set dresser|
|Peter Davies||...||sound recordist (as Peter T. Davies)|
|Gordon K. McCallum||...||sound recordist (as Gordon McCallum)|
|Ben Rayner||...||sound editor|
|Otto Snel||...||re-recording mixer (uncredited)|
|David Stephenson||...||assistant boom operator (uncredited)|
|Brian Elvin||...||camera operator|
|Bernard Ford||...||camera assistant|
|Godfrey A. Godar||...||additional photographer (as Godfrey Godar)|
|Brian Owen-Smith||...||wardrobe (as Brian Owen Smith)|
|Frank Ernst||...||location manager|
- Paramount British Pictures (1966) (United Kingdom) (theatrical)
- Paramount Pictures (1966) (United States) (theatrical)
- Film AB Paramount (1967) (Sweden) (theatrical)
- Paramount Pictures (1967) (Germany) (theatrical)
- Paramount-Films (1967) (Finland) (theatrical)
- CBS (1972) (United States) (tv) (pan/scan version)
- Paramount Pictures (1986) (United States) (VHS) (pan/scan version)
- Home Video Hellas (HVH) (1987) (Greece) (VHS)
- Yleisradio (YLE) (1995) (Finland) (tv)
- Paramount Home Entertainment (2003) (United Kingdom) (DVD)
- Paramount Home Entertainment (2004) (Germany) (DVD)
- CIC Video (Germany) (VHS)
- Esselte Video (1980) (Finland) (VHS)
- Finnkino (2004) (Finland) (DVD)
- Paramount Home Entertainment (2001) (Spain) (DVD)
- Warner Archive Collection (2013) (United States) (DVD)
Colonel Stok, a Soviet Intelligence Officer responsible for security at the Berlin Wall, appears to want to defect, but the evidence is contradictory. Stok wants the British to handle his defection and asks for one of their agents, Harry Palmer, to smuggle him out of East Germany.
Written by Dave Jenkins
|Taglines||It was going to be a lovely funeral. Harry Palmer just hoped it wouldn't be his... See more »|
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|Trivia||Russian soldiers on the east side of the Berlin wall purposely disrupted filming by using mirrors to reflect sunlight into the cameras. The scene where Harry Palmer (Sir Michael Caine) walks to Checkpoint Charlie for the first time had to be filmed from a long distance for that reason. See more »|
|Goofs||During the funeral there is a cut to the taxi-driver who now appears to be driving from the right hand seat of a car previously established as left hand drive. This shows the film was reversed during processing so as to match the direction of flow of surrounding shots. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Edited into Deathlock (1986). See more »|
I wish to defect, but there are conditions.
Harry Palmer: What do you want?
Colonel Stok: I want colonel's pay for life.
Harry Palmer: Don't we all.
Colonel Stok: A house in the country.
Harry Palmer: Oh, how many bedrooms?
Colonel Stok: Bedrooms do not matter. But I must have a big garden. I am a peasant at heart, and I want to grow roses in my old age.
Harry Palmer: In England, roses are out - weeds are in. Is that all?
Colonel Stok: That is all. I want comfort and security.
Harry Palmer: You've got all that in Russia now.
Colonel Stok: Aah, in Russia there is no place for an old Bolshevik. In my job I have made too many enemies.
Harry Palmer: Well, what about your family?
Colonel Stok: My wife died in a German air raid in 1941; my only son hasn't written to me in three years. What would you do in my position?
Harry Palmer: I'd stop telling lies, for a start. You have no son, and your wife is in Kiev with your daughter Katya. I know everything about you, Colonel Stok... from the size of your refrigerator to the cubic capacity of your mistress.
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