Gene Barry, Joan Collins, Richard Todd, Tom Adams, Suzanna Leigh, Michael Rennie, Marius Goring
Director : Peter Graham Scott Production Company : Commonwealth United Entertainment, Intertel Region : LONDON R-S
An American agent comes to England and helps undercover a spy ring before becoming involved with a British spy's wife.
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subt001. Establishing shot of Trafalgar Square, London WC2 with St Martin-in-the-Fields Church in the background.
subt001n. Richard Lovejoy (RL) took this now picture and comments that 'Clearly London's water pressure was stronger in those days'. (Modern Photo Added: 04-03-2013)
subt002. Michael A. Donovan (Gene Barry) walks through Trafalgar Square in WC2 with the National Gallery providing the backdrop.
subt002n. Another shot from Richard. Some things do not change. (Modern Photo Added: 04-03-2013)
subt003. A Photographer (Ron Pember) hands Donovan a message. Trafalgar Square again.
subt003n. The changing face of London. Image by Richard Lovejoy. (Modern Photo Added: 04-03-2013)
subt004. Donovan hails a taxi to take him to meet Heiner. Trafalgar Square facing Whitehall.
subt004n. You can't drive that way now! (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 04-03-2013)
subt005. The taxi heads for the Royal Festival Hall.
subt005n. Richard Lovejoy on Whitehall, London WC2. This time the taxi takes a different route. (Modern Photo Added: 04-03-2013)
subt006. Establishing shot of the Royal Festival Hall, South Bank Centre, in Lambeth, London.
subt006n. Interesting to see how much more colour and vibrance there has been even since the "swinging sixties". (RL) (Modern Photo Added: 04-03-2013)
subt007. The taxi arrives. The Royal Festival Hall in SE1 with Waterloo Bridge in the left background.
subt007n. Richard took this image and comment 'Just a few changes over the years'. (Modern Photo Added: 05-03-2013)
subt008. Donovan meets with Heiner (John Welsh). The Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre off Belvedere Road SE1.
subt008n. The best that Richard could do without booking lunch. (Modern Photo Added: 04-03-2013)
subt009. A dark haired Woman 'accidentally' hits Heiner with her handbag and makes her way from the building. The South Bank Centre looking towards Hungerford Bridge in SE1.
subt009n. Richard ponders . . . 'Who knows what has happened down there now?' (Modern Photo Added: 04-03-2013)
subt010. When Heiner dies in the restaurant after being poisoned, Donovan sets of in pursuit of the Woman. The Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre in SE1.
subt010n. WOW! Certainly busier now! Picture by Richard Lovejoy. (Modern Photo Added: 04-03-2013)