The Executioner (1970)

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A British intelligence agent must track down a fellow spy suspected of being a double agent.


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3 September 1999 | Jason K
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| Interesting, dour spy thriller set largely in post-swinging London. Nothing like as violent as the title suggests. Peppard is excellent.
A dour little spy thriller which acts as a corrective to the James Bond school of spy movies, and benefits from an excellent performance by George Peppard as an exhausted, stressed out Ango-US agent searching for a mole in British Intelligence (just the one?). The atmosphere of post-swinging London is interesting from a modern standpoint, as is the unusual flashback plot structure.

Trivia for Gerry Anderson fans: Both Paul Maxwell (the voice of Steve Zodiac in Fireball XL5) and Peter Dyneley (the voice of Jeff Tracy in Thunderbirds) have quite major roles in The Executioner.

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