Reilly: Ace of Spies

Season 1 Episode 11

The Last Journey

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Nov 09, 1983 on ITV
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The Last Journey
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Reilly marries Pepita, then he seeks revenge for the death of Savinkov. He arranges for Stalin to arrest him, destroying the Trust backed by the Cheka.

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    Sam Neill

    Sam Neill

    Sidney Reilly/Sigmund Rosenblum

    Michael Bryant

    Michael Bryant

    Narrator (voice)

    Simon Watkins

    Simon Watkins

    Army Driver

    Guest Star

    Robert Gary

    Robert Gary

    Clerk

    Guest Star

    George Malpas

    George Malpas

    Tobacconist

    Guest Star

    Tom Bell

    Tom Bell

    Dzerzhinsky

    Recurring Role

    Norman Rodway

    Norman Rodway

    Cummings

    Recurring Role

    Hugh Fraser (II)

    Hugh Fraser (II)

    Hill

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      • Pepita: You know a lot of mad people, don't you? And you're the maddest of them all.
        Reilly: That's why you married me.

      • Reilly: You mean we have a four kilometre walk?
        Georgi: Four Finnish kilometres.
        Reilly: I'm not exactly dressed for this.

      • Dagmara: I thought you came here to give us a clean bill of health.
        Reilly: Not exactly. I've come to destroy it.

      • Yakushev: All he had to do was sit back and wait.
        Reilly: Wait for what? To be pushed out of a window?
        Artuzov: He was a difficult man.
        Reilly: He was my closest friend.

      • Reilly: I had this friend once in St. Petersburg -
        Pepita: Take it further to the left.
        Reilly: - who used to shoot holes through paintings.
        Pepita: He must have been well off. No, I was wrong; it needs to go right.
        Reilly: Well, he inherited this vast collection of family portraits -
        Pepita: And up a bit.
        Reilly: - which he was forbidden to sell, and since he loathed his family -
        Pepita: Up a bit!
        Reilly: - he just blasted away.

      • Reilly: Why does he want me to come?
        Maria Schulz: Because you and your propaganda are throttling our money supplies.
        Reilly: Tell Yakushev I'll be there.

      • Reilly: It's my poster! These were on every street corner in 1918.
        Cummings: You don't happen to have a copy of his death warrant, do you?
        Yakushev: No, but we could get one.

      • Reilly: You're saying he jumped out of that window?
        Yakushev: He was an unstable man.
        Reilly: He was murdered!

      • Reilly: If you wish the West to continue to fund you, and even to increase their investment, then you must demonstrate to them the effectiveness of your organization. Now, we don't expect you to create a general strike, but we do expect to see industrial unrest, mutinies in the army, demonstrations at the universities, and the odd piece of terrorism: trains derailed, that sort of thing.

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