PG-13 | | Drama, Thriller
A former prisoner of war is brainwashed as an unwitting assassin for an international Communist conspiracy.
Senator John Yerkes Iselin's (James Gregory's) plane was owned by Frank Sinatra in real-life.
It's not that Raymond Shaw is hard to like. He's IMPOSSIBLE to like!
As Shaw arrives at the airport at the beginning of the film, several discrepancies on his uniform coat can be seen: he has two overseas bars at the bottoms of both sleeves (should be only on the left sleeve); he wears no three-year service stripes, even though he has obviously been in the service longer than three years; and he wears no ribbons for the National Defense Service Medal, the United Nations Service Medal, or for World War II service (his age and rank indicate he would also have served during that war).
The closing credits specify, "Released thru United Artists". This uses an informal spelling of the standard "through".
The West German version was edited (ca. 4 minutes) to remove every scene with the ladies in the greenhouse. This version was also released on DVD. In 2005 the uncut version (with subtitles for the missing scenes) was shown on Arte. Only in 2020 was the complete version released on Blu-ray/DVD.
$87,850 15 February 1988
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