Topaz

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Released 1969

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Director:
Alfred Hitchcock
Released:
1969
Rating:
PG
Topaz is a 1969 political thriller from master director Alfred Hitchcock. In 1962, the international intelligence community discovers that a mole has been supplying NATO secrets to Cuba's Fidel Castro from a KGB defector. French secret agent Andre Devereaux (Frederick Stafford) joins forces with CIA agent Michael Nordstrom (John Forsythe) to hunt down the leak. They have the assistance of Juanita de Cordoba (Karin Dor), an aristocratic Cuban who would like to see Castro's downfall. She also happens to be romantically involved with powerful Castro ally, Rico Parra (John Vernon). Working with the Cuban underground, the two agents uncover the level of Russian missiles in the Cuba's possession and find that the leak actually comes from a highly placed double agent inside President DeGaulle's administration back in France. Devereaux and Nordstrom depart Cuba before the Missile Crisis and travel to Europe to root out the spy. As they zero in on the culprit, the closer the clues come to Devereaux's circle.moreless
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    Thrillers, Classics, Espionage