Reilly: Ace of Spies
Reilly: Ace of Spies ★★★ 1987
Covers the exploits of the reallife superspy and womanizer Sydney Reilly who uncovers Russian secrets in 1901, allowing the Japanese to sink the Russian fleet and invade China. After a lively spying career for the British, Reilly eventually plots against the Bolsheviks and comes close to overthrowing Lenin and installing himself as the new leader of the Russian government. Eleven episodes on four cassettes. 572m/C VHS, DVD . GB Sam Neill, Sebastian Shaw, Jeananne Crowley; D: Jim Goddard.
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