The huge success of "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy" in 1979 made it inevitable that Alec Guinness would return as George Smiley in another John Le Carre adaptation - but instead of going to the next book in the series, "The Honourable Schoolboy", the BBC jumped to "Smiley's People", in which the veteran spymaster has a final confrontation with his ruthless Russian nemesis, Karla. Guinness was said by his biographer, Piers Paul Read, to be less satisfied with this sequel, mainly because it had a different director; but it is very nearly as dazzlingly good, every bit as impressively intricate, and with an equally fine cast. Guinness deservedly won a second BAFTA award as Smiley.
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