Ring Of Spies

  • 1963
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Spy

This film depicting the uncovering of a British spy ring caught revealing information to the Soviets concentrates on factual evidence leading up to the crack in the case. Lending an air of authenticity, shots of the actual spies appear in the opening frames. Lee plays the man fired from his position at the British Embassy in Warsaw for security reasons,...read more

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This film depicting the uncovering of a British spy ring caught revealing information to the Soviets concentrates on factual evidence leading up to the crack in the case. Lending an air of authenticity, shots of the actual spies appear in the opening frames. Lee plays the man fired from

his position at the British Embassy in Warsaw for security reasons, making him easy prey for a blackmail scheme by Soviet agents. He befriends aging spinster Tyzack in order to gain access to the keys to the safe, which are in her possession. Contact Sylvester has the proper documents photographed

and then sent through a middle-aged suburban couple via short-wave to Moscow. Lee's new-found wealth raises some suspicion among the authorities, who go to extreme pains to get the evidence to uncover the ring--including agents masquerading as nuns. Despite the documentary flavor, there are a few

witty touches by the hand of Tronson.

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