The Man Outside (1967)

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Former CIA agent McLean is contacted by Venaxas, a Greek operative. Together they plan to "sell" the whereabouts of a Russian secret police official, hiding in London to the CIA.

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28 December 2002 | infoseeker560
10
| Excellent, little-known film
If you want drama, suspense and mystery, YOU got it all here. Van Heflin provides a riveting seeker of truth here in this 1967 movie. He is also naive, when it comes to his trade. But he quickly learns how to play the game of spy. When you watch it, you think it was made in the 70's.

This movie introduced Heidelinde Weis (to the English-speaking world). She is a great side-kick, and (i guess) romantic partner (?).

Buy and watch this well-made movie.

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Genres

Drama

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Release Date:

20 June 1968

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK

Filming Locations

London, England, UK

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