Burgess, Blunt, Philby and Maclean, still ardent communists and working for the KGB, must follow instructions and cover their political leanings. They now have to convince the powers that ... See full summary »

Director:

Tim Fywell

Writer:

Peter Moffat

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Toby Stephens ... Kim Philby
Marcel Iures ... Otto
Tom Hollander ... Guy Burgess
Michael Parkhouse Michael Parkhouse ... First BBC Man
Miles Richardson ... Second BBC Man
Rupert Penry-Jones ... Donald Maclean
Samuel West ... Anthony Blunt
Patrick Kennedy ... Julian Bell
Alejandra Herzberg Alejandra Herzberg ... Luisa Jiminez (as Aleksandra Hertzberg)
Nicholas Day ... Lord Raveley
Simon Jones ... Sir Michael Boal
Simon Masterton Smith Simon Masterton Smith ... Sir Clive Woodham
Julian Firth ... Prince of Wales
Stuart Laing Stuart Laing ... Jack Hewit
Matthew Bell Matthew Bell ... Policeman
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Storyline

Burgess, Blunt, Philby and Maclean, still ardent communists and working for the KGB, must follow instructions and cover their political leanings. They now have to convince the powers that be that they have outgrown their juvenile leanings towards socialism and become members of the British establishment to become moles on the inside. Philby is sent to Spain to report on the civil war, made to deny any German involvement, and Blunt gains the confidence of the British royal family.

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Release Date:

16 May 2003 (UK) See more »

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Goofs

The Catholic priest who aids the mother during the bombing of Guernica is wearing his biretta (small black cap) incorrectly. The biretta has three peaks, with the "peak-less" corner worn on the left side of the head. The priest in the film wears his biretta with the non-vertical peak side to the rear. See more »

Quotes

Prince of Wales: Burgess. Friend of Blunt's aren't you?
Guy Burgess: Yes,
Prince of Wales: We're related. Him. Us.
Guy Burgess: So I believe, Sir.
Prince of Wales: Pictures man.
Guy Burgess: Pardon?
Prince of Wales: Pictures. Blunt. Art. We could do with a bit of help on the art front at Windsor. Send regards, will you? And tell him to see us.
Prince of Wales: [leaves the room]
Guy Burgess: [to Philby] Me. You. Us. Go. Let's.
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Soundtracks

Ain't Nobody's Business
(uncredited)
By Porter Grainger and Everett Robbins
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