Director Franklin J. Schaffner
Music director Ernie Freeman
Country United Kingdom
Genre Mystery, Thriller
|Release date 25 April 1967, London, England|
Writer Frank Tarloff (screenplay), Alfred Hayes (screenplay), Frank Tarloff (screen story), Henry Maxfield (novel)
Screenplay Alfred Hayes, Frank Tarloff
Cast Yul Brynner (Dan Slater / Kalmar), Britt Ekland (Gina), Lloyd Nolan (Edwards), Brandon Brady (Gregori)
Similar movies The Ipcress File, Billion Dollar Brain, Funeral in Berlin, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Mission: Impossible, The Nude Bomb
Tagline The key man to the most daring plot ever concocted by the secret agents of two worlds!
The double man 1969 opening titles
The Double Man is a 1967 British spy film directed by Franklin Schaffner. Its plot is very loosely based on the critically acclaimed 1958 novel Legacy of a Spy by Henry S. Maxfield. As in the novel, much of the action takes place in the Austrian Alps. The film stars Yul Brynner as a CIA agent investigating his son's fatal "accident": although he learns a few things from others, he slowly is convinced something else is happening and discovers that the Russian plan is to put another agent looking like him in place.
ReferencesThe Double Man (1967 film) Wikipedia
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