The Double Man

The Double Man

Director: Franklin J. Schaffner Cast: Yul Brynner, Britt Ekland, Clive Revill

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Overview

In this espionage thriller, Dan Slater (Yul Brynner) is a CIA agent who travels to Austria after his son dies in a skiiing mishap. Slater begins to suspect that his son's death wasn't an accident and begins investigating the matter on his own. Slater finds that fellow agent Frank Wheatley (Clive Revill) is of little help to him. Beautiful Gina (Britt Ekland), the companion of prominent socialite Mrs. Carrington (Moira Lister), then slowly draws Slater into her web. In time, he discovers that his son's death was all part of a diabolical plan to lure him to Austria; Soviet agents led by Bethold (Anton Diffring) have performed extensive plastic surgery on one of their top spies until he's identical to Slater, and they intend to send him back in Slater's place, giving them an insider at the highest levels of U.S. intelligence.

Product Details

Release Date: 07/22/2011
UPC: 0883316275573
Original Release: 1967
Rating: NR
Source: Warner Archives
Time: 1:45:00
Sales rank: 10,465

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Yul Brynner Dan Slater/Kalmar
Britt Ekland Gina
Clive Revill Frank Wheatly
Anton Diffring Col. Berthold
David Bauer Miller
George Mikell Max
Lloyd Nolan Edwards
Julia Arnall Anna
Ronald Radd General
Kenneth J. Warren Police Chief
David Healy Halstead
Bee Duffell Woman on Train
John Heller Bartender
Carl Jaffe Police Surgeon
Moira Lister Mrs. Carrington
Franklin J. Schaffner Man at Station
Frederick Schiller Ticket Seller
Ernst Walder Frischauer
Douglas Muir Wilfred
Elke Sommer Actor

Technical Credits
Franklin J. Schaffner Director
Richard Best Editor
David Bill Set Decoration/Design
Hal E. Chester Producer
Denys Coop Cinematographer
Christian Dior Costumes/Costume Designer
Courtenay Elliott Costumes/Costume Designer
Ernie Freeman Score Composer
Alfred Hayes Screenwriter
Arthur Lawson Art Director
Richard Mills Makeup
Frank Tarloff Original Story,Screenwriter

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