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Elliott Gould
Trevor Howard
At the Berlin checkpoint a man who has been on 'the other side' for six months is handed over to the Americans. The Russians say he is top American physicist Dr Lucas Martino who has been horribly injured in a car crash while attending a conference in East Germany. But Martino's face has been completely reconstructed by cybernetic surgery and FBI agent Rogers has to find out just who the Russians have returned.
Screenplay by JOHN GOULD
Based on the novel by ALGIS BUDRYS Produced by BARRY LEVINSON Directed by JACK GOLD 0 FILMS: page 19


Unknown: Elliott Gould
Unknown: Trevor Howard
Unknown: Dr Lucas Martino
Unknown: John Gould
Novel By: Algis Budrys
Produced By: Barry Levinson
Directed By: Jack Gold
Rogers: Elliott Gould
Azarin: Trevor Howard
Martino: Joseph Bova
Finchley: Ed Grover
Haller: John Lehne
Deptford: James Noble
Barrister: Lyndon Brook
Besser: Michael Lombard
Edith: Kay Tornborg
Barbara: Joy Garrett
Heywood: John Stewart
Miller: Bruce Boa

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