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Where the Spies Are (26-Jan-1966)

Director: Val Guest

Writers: Wolf Mankowitz; Val Guest

From novel: Passport to Oblivion by James Leasor

Original Score Composed and Orchestrated by: Mario Nascimbene

Producers: Val Guest; Steven Pallos

Keywords: Comedy, Espionage

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cyril Cusack
Actor
26-Nov-1910 7-Oct-1993 Gone to Earth
Nigel Davenport
Actor
23-May-1928 25-Oct-2013 Chariots of Fire
Françoise Dorléac
Actor
21-Mar-1942 26-Jun-1967 Cul-de-sac
Noel Harrison
Actor
29-Jan-1934 20-Oct-2013 The Best of Enemies
John Le Mesurier
Actor
5-Apr-1912 15-Nov-1983 Dad's Army
David Niven
Actor
1-Mar-1909 29-Jul-1983 Pencil-moustachioed actor
Eric Pohlmann
Actor
18-Jul-1913 25-Jul-1979 They Who Dare

CAST

David Niven   ...   Dr. Love
Françoise Dorléac   ...   Vikki
with
Cyril Cusack   ...   Rosser
John Le Mesurier   ...   MacGillivray
Nigel Davenport   ...   Parkington
Eric Pohlmann   ...   Farouk
Paul Stassino   ...   Simmias
Noel Harrison   ...   Jackson
and
Ronald Radd   ...   Stanilaus
George Pravda   ...   1st Agent
Alan Gifford   ...   Security
Richard Marner   ...   Josef
Bill Nagy   ...   Aeradio
George Mikell   ...   Assassin
Geoffrey Bayldon   ...   Lecturer
Gabor Baraker   ...   2nd Agent
Derek Partridge   ...   Duty Officer
Robert Raglan   ...   Sir Robert
Riyad Gholmieh   ...   1st Taxi Driver
Muhsen Samrani   ...   2nd Taxi Driver
Basil Dignam   ...   Maj. Harding
Gordon Tanner   ...   Inspector

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