Cold War

Season 1 Episode 21

Spies: 1945-1990

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Aired Unknown Apr 18, 1999 on BBC Two
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A look at the hidden front of the Cold War involving subterfuge and secret intelligence gathering.
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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Archival footage:
        -Kim Philby: interview about double agents.
        -George Blake: interview about his Korean imprisonment.
        -Oleg Penkovsky: interrogation regarding American agents.
        -Gert Frobe: clip from Goldfinger.
        -Maud Adams: clip from James Bond film.
        -Eva High: interrogation footage.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Melvin Goodman (CIA senior analyst): I would argue that we probably exaggerate the significance of intelligence. Once policy makers decide on a course, I don't think correct intelligence or incorrect intelligence is going to bring any great changes in that course.

      • Colonel Mikhail Luibimov (KGB): I love espionage. Why? Because there is this smell of adventure, the smell of risk, the smell of uncertainty. Because when you go off to meet an agent, you never know whether you're going to be arrested. It adds color to life.

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