Documentary on the KGB's double-agent operations, focusing on the Kim Philby case in the 1950's

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William Bemister

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Australian documentary tells how the defection of Soviet spy Vladimir Petrov in Canberra 1954 led to a political crisis in Australia and the eventual 'smoking out' of the century's master spy, Kim Philby - a senior KGB agent for more than 50 years and one time liaison officer between the British Secret Service and CIA in Washington. Written by Bemister, William

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Australia

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English

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28 June 1994 (USA) See more »

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AUD430,000 (estimated)
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