The Kremlin Letter

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Released 1970

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Director:
John Huston (I)
Released:
1970
Rating:
PG

When American agents in Moscow try to recover a stolen letter implicating America in an anti-Red China plot, they discover a hornet's nest of treason, double agents, murder, and betrayal. The plot has as many twists and turns as a Formula One racetrack, and keeping track of the agents and their code names, and figuring out who's working for whom, will require close attention. One of the toughest and harshest of all espionage thrillers.

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      • This film was made in Italy (mostly at Rome's Cinecitta Studios) and Finland, although none of the plot takes place in either of those countries.

    • QUOTES (3)

      • The Admiral: Only officers of the United States Navy are entitled to wear that uniform. Once upon a time, legend has it, some men even died for it.

      • Charles Rone: Sturdevant is dead.
        Janis: [laughing]: Good God, don't tell me they have you believing that whore's cry, too. Look, chappie, I know Sturdevant. And I tell you he never could or would take his own life.
        Charles Rone: Then where is he?
        Janis: He's waiting, my boy. Somewhere, some place, he's waiting like a lion in the thicket. He'll be out when the time is right.

      • Ward: [to Rone, after watching the Bolshoi Ballet]: Nephew, if you live to be a hundred, you may never see anything like that again!

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