YEAR: 1977

LENGTH: 100 minutes

CAST: Tyne Daly, Patrick Magee,Charles Bronson, Lee Remick, Donald Pleasence, Alan Badel (Maltin calls Tyne Daly's acting "terrific" in this film.

SYNOPSIS: A Russian KGB man opposes the warming relationships between his country and the U.S. Thanks to brainwashing done earlier on, he has people set up to blow up U.S. military emplacements. The Russian leadership finds out and sends out people to stop him.

(another summary) Bronson, a Russian KGB agent, is sent to the U.S. to stop a crazed Russian defector from destroying detente by activating hypnotized spies. The brainwashed agents have been planted throughout the U.S. and have been programmed to blow up military bases.

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