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Screen Two: Double Image


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by STEPHEN DAVIS starring with Josef Sommer
Ed Lauter and Oleg Rudnik
February 1964, three months after President Kennedy's assassination. Major Yuri Nosenko of the KGB makes secret contact with a young CIA officer, Steve Daley. He has startling information about the KGB's link with Kennedy's killer, Lee Harvey Oswald, and he wants Daley to help him defect.
So begins one of the strangest stories of the Cold War, as Nosenko's defection leads the CIA on a hunt for a Soviet mole who they suspect has penetrated to the very heart of their organisation ...
Sound recordist TERRY ELMS Producer GRAHAM MASSEY Director MICK JACKSON
0 FEATURE: page 82 and FILMS: page 21


Unknown: Stephen Davis
Unknown: Josef Sommer
Unknown: Ed Lauter
Unknown: Oleg Rudnik
Unknown: Steve Daley.
Unknown: Lee Harvey
Music: Peter Howell
Editor: Jim Latham
Designers: Paul Joel.
Designers: Martin Childs
Producer: Graham Massey
Director: Mick Jackson
Steve Daley: Tommy Lee Jones
Yuri Nosenko: Oleg Rudnik
Yuri Nosenko: Anna Daley
Yuri Nosenko: Alexandra 0' Karma
Ed Douglas: Stephen Newman
Frank Lewis: Eugene Troobnlck
Richard Helms: Christopher Wynkoop
James Angleton: Josef Sommer
Anatoli Golitsyn: George Morforgen
John Rogers: H. Richard Greene
James McDonald: James Hornbeck
Joan Black: Pat Richardson
Don Fisher: Kevin Cooney
Singer: Pamela Roussel
Jerry Tyler: Ed Lauter
John Collins: Edwin Adams
Kenny Klein: Michael de Santo
Chairman: Phil Gaines

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