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Anyone Remember This Spy Drama?

Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by Rasczak, Oct 15, 2005.

  1. Rasczak

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    I don't have much to go on but would appreciate any help/suggestions with identification.

    The programme in question was a drama about a US citizen who sold secrets to the USSR. He envolved both his son and a colleague in this treason - the Son was in the US Navy. It was based on a true story - perhaps even a famous case - and was probably a TV movie. Can't remember when it was shown - possibly mid 80s?

    Scenes I can remember:
    - The original traitor trying to get access to the US USSR embassy without the CIA observing him.
    - The scene where his (traitor) son is arrested onboard his US Warship and escorted down one of the decks with the ship's company spitting/kicking him.
    - The end scene where they end up in Prison.

    Anyone remember it?
     
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    That's it! Thank you.
     
  4. davet010

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    I remember coverage of the actual case forming part of one episode of a program called 'CIA - America's Secret Warriors'. Didn't know there was a drama reconstruction of it, though.
     

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