After the failure of the promised Btitish troops at Archangel and the failed assassination of Lenin as well as the assassinations of the Romanoffs, Sidney's hope for political control of ... See full summary »

Director:

Martin Campbell

Writers:

Troy Kennedy-Martin, R.H. Bruce Lockhart (book) (as Robin Bruce Lockhart)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sam Neill ... Sidney Reilly
Norman Rodway ... Cummings
Tom Bell ... Dzerzhinsky
Lindsay Duncan ... Alexandra
Clive Merrison ... Savinkov
Joanne Pearce Joanne Pearce ... Caryll Houselander
Hugh Fraser ... Hill
Ian Charleson ... Lockhart
Kenneth Cranham ... Lenin
Clifford Rose ... Cecil
Malcolm Terris ... Sykes
Robert Walker Robert Walker ... Adamson
John Bluthal ... Krassin
Rupert Frazer Rupert Frazer ... Leeper
Jane Maud Jane Maud ... Elsa
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Storyline

After the failure of the promised Btitish troops at Archangel and the failed assassination of Lenin as well as the assassinations of the Romanoffs, Sidney's hope for political control of Russia and its vast national resources vanish, and he takes his leave of British intelligence. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 October 1983 (UK) See more »

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Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

This episode takes place in 1918. See more »

Quotes

Cummings: What the hell are you doing here anyway?
Sidney Reilly: I'm going to give to give evidence.
Cummings: [Furious] You most certainly are not!
Sidney Reilly: Don't you know Boris Selemko?
Cummings: What does he think he's doing here?
Sidney Reilly: He is going to give evidence.
Cummings: This is an internal inquiry to which neither you have been invited.
Sidney Reilly: Boris, this is Saminkov, I don't believe your paths have crossed.
Savinkov: No, but they've double-crossed!
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"Rule Brettannia: (uncredited)
Composed by Thomas Augustine Arne (as Thomas Arne) (1740)
Heard as Backround motivated music at British social affair.
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