Nathan Hale (William Berger) infiltrates British lines to obtain information for General Washington. Sam: Wendel Phillips. Joanna: Pat Sully. Larkin: George Berkeley. Quennell: Francis Bethencourt. Heath: Alex Lockwood. Howe: Eric Berry. Montressor: Guy Spaull.
During World War I, a German spy (Robert H. Harris) helps smuggle the exiled Lenin back into Russia. Lenin: Luis Van Rooten. Ludendorff: Bernard Lenrow. Ganetski: Henry Lascoe. Bonner: Don De Leo. Dolin: Alan Ansara. Katharine: Katharine Sergava. Raymond Massey narrates.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The saga of Maj. John Andre (Louis Edmunds), whom the British sent to confer with Benedict Arnold during the Revolutionary War. Arnold: Otto Hulett. Smith: Melville Ruick. Van Wart: Charles Ponman. Boyd: Fred Herrick. Robinson: Winston Ross. Williams: James Holden. Sutherland: Gwyllym Williams. Clinton: Ralph Sumpter. Raymond Massey is host.
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.
In 1917, British Naval intelligence tracks down a German spy (Victor Thorley) en route to Holland. Storey: Martyn Green. Katie: Maureen Hurley. Grace: Claude Horton. Campbell: Charles Campbell. White: Walter Kinsella. Werner: Fairfax Burgher. Church: Drew Thompson. Swiss Minister: George Kluge.
The French, in an attempt to by-pass the English blockade, try to sneak a nobleman---dressed as a woman---into Russia. Douglas: Murvyn Vye. De Beaumont: Louis Edmonds. Elizabeth: Claudia Morgan. Louis XV: Charles Andre. Bellows: John Holland. Gelin: Marcel Hillaire. Voronshev: Boris Tumarin. Narrator: 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.
An Alsatian (Andrew Duggan) becomes a spy for Napoleon in hopes of receiving the Legion of Honor. Mack: Staats Cotsworth. Savory: Maurice Burke. Auslein: Harry Bannister. Dore: Arthur Batanides. Tobritch: Fred Rolfe. D'Engheim: Lee Bergere. Sergeant: Angus Cairns. Raymond Massey is the host.
The beginning of the end for Mata Hari (Monica Boyer), Germany's top World War I spy: she has fallen in love with a French soldier. Chief: Guy Sorel. Bloch: Phillip Bourneuf. French Agent: John Shay. Englishman: Peter Pagan. Serge: Herbert Evers. Nurse: Lilyan Chauvin. French Officer: Gene Gross. Raymond Massey is host.
During the Renaissance, da Vinci (Alexander Scourby) tries to thwart a French invasion of Milan by inventing a powerful cannon. Marco: Grant Richards. Galleazzo: Robert Webber. Isabella: Nancy Kenyon. Duke of Milan: Greg Morton. Severina: Jose Begas. Brother Paul: Howard Caine. Host: Raymond Massey.
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.
Dublin, 1944: a German agent (Karl Swenson) persuades a young rebel to spy on a British arms depot. Kevin: Shamus Locke. Rose: Joyce Sullivan. Cockney: Burford Hampden. Old Man: Farrell Pelly. British Agent: Neil Fitzgerald. Barman: John Feeney. Sheep: Barry McCollum. Raymond Massey is host and narrator.
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.
Harold Vermilyea portrays Admiral Canaris, the German spy chief who wanted to assassinate Hitler during World War II. Price: Gordon Sterne. Tesman: Bjorn Kofoed. Von Stauffenberg: Michael Ingram. Fromm: Ronald Dawson. Beck: Robert Dryden. Schellenberg: Norman Rose. Olbricht: John Seymour. Raymond Massey is host and narrator.
The story of Wilhelm Steiber (Greg Morton) and his brilliant espionage work for Bismarck during the Franco-Prussian War. Bismarck: Frederic Tozere. Zernicki: Robert Ellenstein. Kaltenbach: Jan de Ruth. Mme. Lebel: Suzanne Caubaye. Customs Officer: Marcel Hillaire. Gorget: Albert Ottenheimer. Caulomb: Wolfe Barzell.
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.