A World War I German spy (Dorothy Hart) gets vital information from the chance remarks of Russian officers. Sokalkov: Herbert Ratner. Danilov: Robert Eccles. Baroness Vronsky: Joyce Lear. Ghirdov: Frank Sutton. Virishinsky: Donald Buka.
An Indian brave (Ira Lewis), ordered to spy on colonial settlers, is torn between friendship for the British and loyalty to his people. Phillip: Ralph Camargo. Fawn: Miriam Colon. Hawk: Kit Fox. Merrick: Donald McKee. Shepard: Tom Gorman.
1863: One of Stonewall Jackson's men, pretending to be a deserter, attempts to lead the Union Army into a trap. Travert: Carl Betz. Lee: Richard Durham. Paton: Frank Sutton. Jackson: Al Hodge. Elizabeth: Frances Helm. Hooker: Royal Beal. Colonel: Howard Smith. Picket: Dan Lincoln. Soldier: Jack Collins. Raymond Massey is host and narrator.
Eugene Azeff, a Russian student, works for both the czarists and the revolutionaries. Azeff: Gerald Prince. Gregor: Martin Newman. Zubatov: Berry Kroeger. Burtzeff: H.M. Wynant. Gershuni: John Fostini.
World War II Berlin: a handsome Polish spy secures military information with the help of an infatuated German baroness (Sona Wilson). Sosnowski: Peter Walker. Elsa: Jean Gillespie. Von Richter: Cy Bakland. Koslov: Will Kuluva. Wengler: Martin Brandt. Interrogator: Ted Gunther. Prussian: Rene Paul. Raymond Massey is host.
In 1936, the Gestapo attempts to frame top Soviet officials on a charge of conspiring to overthrow Stalin. Heydrich: Stephen Elliott. Himmler: Maurice Tarplin. Kaffer: Dennis Patrick. Lobin: Michael Gorrin.
A Copperhead leader (Mark Miller), who is really a Union spy, tries to squelch a planned uprising of Southern sympathizers in the North. Congreave: Len Wayland. Coffin: Walter Klavun. Bowles: Heywood Hale Broun. Raymond Massey is host.
In 1798, British spy John Barnett (Felix Deebank) is sent to Cairo to check on Napoleon Bonaparte. Colin: Peter Pagan. Fournes: Fred Eisley. Pauline: Lisa Howard. Dupres: Douglas Rutherford. Napoleon: Frank London. Raymond Massey is host.
During World War I, two Frenchwomen travel to Lille where they attempt to discover Germany's secret weapon. Marie: Jenny Egan. Louise: Geraldine Brooks. De Geyter: Leslie Litomy. Etienne: Bruno Wick. Captain: Eugene Stuckman. Pierre: Hugh Dunne. Mme. De Gance: Paula DeHelley. Mme. Geyter: Mary Bell. Raymond Massey is the host.
Just before the outbreak of the Korean War, a Communist agent (Cely Carrille) uses feminine wiles to get secrets about U.S. forces. Kook: Kaie Deei. Collins: Ben Hammer. Barrow: John Graham. Courier: Sy Travers. Japanese Soldier: Richard Loo. Poetess: Mary Mon Toy. M.P.: Don Paine.
Tokyo, 1941: a Soviet spy (Vinton Hayworth), attached to the German embassy, tries to learn about Japanese plans to attack Siberia. Helma: Vilma Kurer. Klausen: Arnold Robertson. Osaki: Donald Somers. Voukelitch: Robert Carricart. Courier: Michael Gorrin. Raymond Massey is the host and narrator.
A World War I German sea captain (Cliff Hall) sabotages British military shipments on the Atlantic. Vermeer: Walter Brooke. Loess: Carl Frank. Lawson: Joseph Boland. Watchman: Joseph Hasel. Girl: Jean Sorel.
Sir Francis Walsingham (Bramwell Fletcher) spies on Mary of Scotland to get evidence to charge her with treason against Elizabeth I. Mary: Ruth Warrick. Gifford: Roy Dean. Babbington: Peter Donat. Ballard: Horace MacMahon. Savage: Curt Lowens. Jane: Judy Hall.
Three U.S. officers are parachuted behind the enemy front in Italy to find and destroy Nazi supply lines. Ed: Peter Brandon. Joe: Felice Orlandi. Dena: Lori March. Pop: Mike Enserro. Housekeeper: Jessie Checco. Don: Tim O'Connor. Colonel: Grant Gordon. Sergeant: Peter Nils. Sentry: Jo Baubenas. Raymond Massey is the host and narrator.
At a British naval base, a Swiss watchmaker (J. Pat O'Malley) transmits vital information to the Nazis. Margaret: Leona Powers. Marchant: James Kirkwood. Bannister: Richard Buck. Werner: Peter von Zerneck. Geordie: Byron Russell. Annie: Barbara Karen. Postman: Jock McGregor.
Cardinal Richelieu (Ian Keith) attempts to thwart an assassination plot against King Louis XIII. Cinq-Mars: Francis Bethencourt. Louis: Lee Papell. Chavigny: John Holland. Marian: Irene Champlin. D'Olveras: Joseph McCauley. Gaston: Bret Morrison. Courier: Pierre Perret. Raymond Massey is the host.
England, 1604: maniacal Guy Fawkes (Robert Dryden) joins a conspiracy to dethrone King James I. Tresham: Byron Sanders. Monteagle: Basil Langton. Lucy: June Hunt. Catesby: Thomas Palmer. Eppy: John Call. Raymond Massey is the host.
1914: Austria's espionage chief (Bruce Gordon) becomes a counterspy for the Russians. Ronge: Don Briggs. Hansie: Ronald Long. Barbas: Harry Worth. Metz: Will Davis. Hoetzen: Ludwig Roth. Von Stern: Peter von Zerneck. Urbanski: Louis Sorin.
Martin Kosleck plays a man who confides to FBI officials that he became a Nazi spy only to get out of Germany and into the U.S. FBI Man: Robert Allen. Colonel: Carl Frank. Maid: Dorothy Whitney. Host: Raymond Massey.
Pearl Harbor: a German child is the tool of his Nazi father, who's posing as a refugee. Keller: Jacques Aubuchon. Hanns: Richie Andrusco. Friedl: Abby Lewis. Susie: Jill Andre. Anderson: Carl Betz. Yoeman: Jerry Crews. Okuda: Harry Lowe.
Anne Meacham plays a French Resistance leader driven by jealousy to betray a co-worker to the Gestapo. Rene: Joe Campanella. Bonette: Carol Hebald. Jouvet: Joe De Santis. Langer: Peter Gumeny. Richter: Rudolph Weiss. Paul: Clem Fowler. Gestapo Man: William Hellinger. Raymond Massey is the host.
A Southern belle (Mary Linn Beller) becomes a spy for Stonewall Jackson after Union troops seize her father's business. Ashby: Henry Beckman. Walters: Kevin O'Morrison. Carney: Logan Field. Shields: Royal Beal. Soldier: Zachary Charles.
France, 1894: Captain Dreyfus (Bernard Lenrow) becomes a scapegoat for a German spy who is an intelligence officer's close friend. Henry: Frederic Tozere. Schwartzenkoppen: Theo Goetz. Esterhazy: Bram Nossen. Picquart: Steve Gethers. Brucker: Sanford Seeger. Turnkey: George Rome. Mme. Bastian: Maria Reid. Raymond Massey is the host.