S*P*Y*S (1974)

S*P*Y*S (1974)





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In this spy spoof, two CIA functionaries (Elliott Gould and Donald Sutherland) have been given a fairly routine task: they must arrange the defection of a Russian ballet dancer (Michael Petrovich). For some reason they bungle the whole affair, as they have many others, and, under a prior arrangement with his KGB counterpart, the CIA chief agrees to have the pair exterminated. Their efforts to survive the combined ill-will of the two most powerful spy agencies in the world involve them with a host of unusual characters.
Action & Adventure , Classics , Comedy , Mystery & Suspense
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20th Century Fox Film Corporation


as Sybil
Joss Ackland
as Martinson
Vladek Sheybal
as Borisenko, Russian Spy Chief
Pierre Oudrey
as Gaspar
Jacques Marin
as Lafayette
Shane Rimmer
as Hessler
Alf Joint
as KGB Agent
George Pravda
as Russian Coach
Andy Ho
as Toy Ling
Raf De La Torre
as King of Swobodia
John Bardon
as Evans
Norman Atkyns
as Head Waiter
Larry Taylor
as Lippet's Bodyguard
Marian Desmond
as Russian-Speaking Lady
Hella Petri
as Prostitute
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Audience Reviews for S*P*Y*S

Another movie which pairs Sutherland and Gould, directed by Kershner (who's most famous for directing Empire Strikes Back). It's really pretty funny for the most part, and quirky too. I enjoyed it.

Aj V
Aj V

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The theme song is amazing, the rest of the "comedy" is not funny at all. I watched the featurette on the DVD and it's clear that even Elliot Gould didn't think the script was very good and he only did it to hang out with Donald Sutherland...that's not a good way to make a film.

Matt Kendrick
Matt Kendrick

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