The history of CIA told by previous directors and agents, and also some on the outside (like a former KGB director).

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William Karel
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Robert Baer Robert Baer ... Himself
Milton Bearden ... Himself
Osama bin Laden ... Himself (archive footage)
William Blum William Blum ... Himself
Leonid Brezhnev ... Himself (archive footage)
Jean-Charles Brisard Jean-Charles Brisard ... Himself (as J.C. Brisard)
George Bush ... Himself (archive footage)
George W. Bush ... Himself (archive footage)
Frank Carlucci Frank Carlucci ... Himself
Jimmy Carter ... Himself (archive footage)
Duane Clarridge Duane Clarridge ... Himself (as Duane Claridge)
Bill Clinton ... Himself (archive footage)
Charles Cogan Charles Cogan ... Himself
William Cohen ... Himself
Peter Earnest Peter Earnest ... Himself
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Storyline

CIA was created right afther the second world war to look afther USA's interesses. CIA was suppose to be under the Presidents control, but became a "state in the state". They where soon involved in invasions, coups, and murder over the whole world. The history of CIA is shown in this documentary with openhearthly interviews with former agents and key-persons within the CIA. Written by Ørnås

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Country:

France

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 September 2003 (Norway) See more »

Also Known As:

CIA: Geheime Kriege 1947-1977 See more »

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Runtime:

| (3 parts)

Color:

Color
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A former CIA man: During the Cold War CIA got 13 trillion dollars. I... I don't even know how many zeroes that is.
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Please disregard comment by loleralacartelort7890
6 October 2006 | by PunchBSee all my reviews

loleralacartelort7890 dismisses CIA: Secret Wars on the basis that the previous documentary by the director (Opération lune/Dark Side of the Moon) uses manipulation to make it look like the Americans faked the moon landing. He totally missed the point of that documentary. The point was to show how easily the truth can be manipulated with. It wasn't supposed to be a real documentary - in the end you can see that the "experts" are actually actors and so on. I repeat, the point of that movie was not that the moon landing was faked - actually it wasn't about the moon landing at all, but about the media and control.

CIA: Secret Wars, on the other hand, IS a real documentary, and it certainly deserves to be seen.


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