General Zek, a military officer of a Middle Eastern kingdom, bitterly opposes the peace treaty signed by the progressive young king of his nation and a neighboring republic. Zek conspires ... See full summary »

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Barney Collier
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General Zek, a military officer of a Middle Eastern kingdom, bitterly opposes the peace treaty signed by the progressive young king of his nation and a neighboring republic. Zek conspires with a munitions maker to use nitroglycerin to blow up the kingdom's Government House, thereby eliminating the peace-minded king and also provoking war with the republic. The IMF's mission: prevent this terrorist plot, and do so in a way that will ensure General Zek never again threatens the peace. Written by aldanoli

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23 March 1969 (USA)  »

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Person on Tape: [voice on tape] Good morning, Mr. Phelps. The man you are looking at is General Zek of the Karakian Army. Zek is so bitterly opposed to the peace treaty between the kingdom of Karak and its neighbor, the Republic of Agir, that he has conspired with this man, Ismir Najiid, a munitions maker, to provoke war between the two countries instead of peace. His plan is to destroy the Government House of Karak, while the young and progressive head of that country, King Said, makes a public ...
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