James Mason, Simone Signoret, Harry Andrews, Maximillian Schnell, Roy Kinnear, Lynn Redgrave, Kenneth Haigh, Max Adrian, Robert Flemyng, Leslie Sands, Corin Redgrave
Director : Sidney Lumet Production Company : Sidney Lumet Film Productions Region : LONDON C-D,SOUTH EAST A-D
The usual John Le Carr‚ net of intrigue, betrayal and death (based on his Call for the Dead) as Mason's Foreign Office security inspector investigates a colleague's suicide and finds himself under threat from an espionage ring.
Original screen shots with comments and uncredited 'now' images by John Tunstill with updated and additional screen shots by Phil Wilkinson.
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Deadly Affair, The
deaaf050. Frey walks along the gangway to his boat. The Thames near Cremorne Road in SW10 with Battersea Bridge in the background. The area was also used in 'The Naked Truth', 'Otley' and 'The Horses Mouth'.