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The Late Film: S.P.Y.S.


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Donald Sutherland Elliot Gould
Douglas and Eric are a couple of CIA agents working in Paris.
Typically, although they work for the same group, they are totally unaware of each other's existence. When they are both nearly killed by a bomb they decide to join forces in their fight for survival - and wealth. The result is a frantic comedy thriller with an explosive finale.
Directed by irvin KERSHNER 0 FILMS: page 27


Unknown: Donald Sutherland
Unknown: Elliot Gould
Unknown: Malcolm Marmorstein.
Unknown: Lawrence J. Cohen
Unknown: Fred Freeman
Produced By: Irwin Winkler
Unknown: Robert Chartoff
Directed By: Irvin Kershner
Griff: Elliot Gould
Brulard: Donald Sutherland
Sybil: Zou Zou
Paul: Xavia Gelin
Martinson: Joss Ackland
Borisenko: Vladek Sheypal
Sevitsky: Michael Petrovitch
Hessler: Shane Rimmer
Lippet: Kenneth Griffith
Gaspar: Pierre Oudry
Grubov: Kenneth J Warren
Lafayette: Jacques Marin
Seely: Jeffry Wickham
Croft: Nigel Hawthorne

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