Stali presses a reluctant Dzerzhinsky to execute Reilly as the Cheka chief resists Stalin's efforts to dismantle 'The Trust.'

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Laura Davenport ...
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Hill
Joanne Pearce ...
Caryll Houselander
Jeananne Crowley ...
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Stalin
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Sykes
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Baldwin
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Michael Angelis ...
Artuzov
Joan Campion ...
Sister
Jeremy Wilkin ...
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Dzerzhinsky tries to make Sidney realize that his situation is hopeless and it is useless to resist interrogation. Characteristically Reilly does resist but is ultimately broken. A paranoid Stalin wants Sidney and everyone involved with 'The Trust' executed, but Dzerzhinsky resists. Meanwhile Cummings works for Reilly's release. Written by duke1029@aol.com

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16 November 1983 (UK)  »

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This episode takes place in 1925. See more »

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Reilly sings "When the REd, Red, Robin Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin Along" in November 1925, but the song was not written until 1926. See more »

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Sidney Reilly: [Bruised and bleeding] I need a doctor.
Dzerzhinsky: I've already explained the situation to you. Your time on this earth is limited.
Dzerzhinsky: [Reilly audibly scoffs] It's important that it's used to our advantage. You must realize that you are now our instrument.
Sidney Reilly: It would be a mistake to let me die.
Dzerzhinsky: [to Trilisser] Get him a doctor.
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When the Red, Red Robin Goes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along
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Written by Harry M. Woods
Sung by Sam Neill in snow on Finnish border.
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