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Night Flight from Moscow (1973)

aka Night Flight from Moscow

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Details: 113 mins · English, French, German · PG (USA)


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Small Col. Alexei Vlassov
Small Alan Davies
Small Philip Boyle
Small Lucien Berthon
Small Tavel
No_movie_poster Lepke
Small directeur de programme informatique
No_movie_poster Deval
Small Suzanne
Small Kate Cross
No_movie_poster un diplomate français
No_movie_poster Mercadier
No_movie_poster inspecteur Joss


No_movie_poster Henri Verneuil Director
No_movie_poster Henri Verneuil Production


Aleksey Teodorovic Vlassov (Yul Brynner) is a high ranking KGB official who defects while in France. He has with him highly-classified information as part of a deal with Western intelligence for his arrival in the United States. The debriefing is held at Langley by DCI Allan Davies (Henry Fonda) and MI6 representative Philip Boyle (Dirk Bogarde). Vlassov hands off a list of enemy agents in Western Europe including a deep penetration into NATO. Davies wants to begin operations to take down the agents; however, those on the list suddenly begin to die off. The CIA also has suspicions over the authenticity of Vlassov's claims. The CIA discovers that a defection photo of Vlassov was taken in the Soviet Union, not in Turkey, judging from the contours of Mt. Ararat in the background. Vlassov also fails a lie detector test after he angrily protests about sexual related questions asked by the CIA during the test.

Release Dates:

DVD : 2003-06-17