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The Spy Within (1995)

The Flight of the Dove (original title)
R | | Thriller | March 1995 (USA)
A beautiful spy trades sex for secrets. A reclusive explosives expert is haunted by a tragic past. When these two meet, the sparks fly... but they have more in common than just a mutual ... See full summary »

Director:

Steve Railsback

Writer:

Lewis A. Green (as Lewis Green)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Scott Glenn ... William B. Rickman
Theresa Russell ... Mary Ann Curran (aka Alex Canis)
Lane Smith ... Stephen Hahn
Terence Knox ... Jonathan 'J.B.' Brandels
Katherine Helmond ... Dr. Pamela Schilling
Joe Pantoliano ... Attorney Brezner
Alex Rocco ... Bartender
Rudy Ramos ... Ortiz
Gary Graham ... Silver
Angelo Dimascio Angelo Dimascio ... Burns
Juan A. Riojas Juan A. Riojas ... Rodas (as Juan Riojas)
Bo Eason Bo Eason ... Donner
Nicholas Mele ... Mailman
Shashawnee Hall ... Stocky Workman
Robert Dryer ... Tall Workman
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Storyline

A beautiful spy trades sex for secrets. A reclusive explosives expert is haunted by a tragic past. When these two meet, the sparks fly... but they have more in common than just a mutual attraction to each other; a covert spy ring wants both of them dead. They devise a shocking plan to outsmart their pursuers... and what began as a sexual encounter escalates into an all out war for their lives. Getting out won't be easy... for The Spy Within. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong sexuality, and for violence and language | See all certifications »
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Known as Flight of the Dove in some countries See more »

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Going Down, Down, Down
Written by John Ford Coley and Dana Peters
Performed by John Ford Coley
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based on a true story?
3 October 2012 | by zimbo_the_donkey_boySee all my reviews

A Roger Corman film. OK. I don't know why others whined over how the director is a better actor and how they'd expect others to do this film. So what? Roger Corman may have only been an executive producer of this flick but, having seen his name in the opening credits, this video didn't disappoint me. It is a competently assembled action movie. Theresa Russell looks good with clothes and without. Scott Glenn is entertaining fighting and drinking, and fortunately we only have to look at his bare butt once. It's too bad that the NSA's IMDb members have all voted against this fun film, just to protect their secret government jobs. Fortunately the rest of us IMDb members are too smart to be swayed by their evil conspiratorial campaign. And I didn't mean to suggest that Theresa is simply eye-candy; she can act, too. But, when we repeatedly get to see her naughty bits -- woo woo.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

March 1995 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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