The best-selling spy novel bursts onto the screen, starring John Forsythe and Frederick Stafford, in this riveting escapade of international intrigue, espionage, betrayal and murder.
Leon Uris' thriller in which a French spy joins forces with a CIA agent to investigate a Russian-Cuban plot.
Trailer for Topaz.
The best-selling spy novel bursts onto the screen in this riveting story of adventure and international intrigue. John Forsythe stars as an American CIA agent who hires a French operative (Frederick Stafford) to travel to Cuba and investigate rumors of Russian missiles and Topaz, a NATO spy. The inquiry soon spins into a life-threatening escapade of espionage, betrayal and murder.
A sequence less remarkable for Alfred Hitchcock's attempt to integrate his principals (John Vernon, Frederick Stafford, Karin Dor) into a real Cuban rally than for the genuine appearance of Fidel Castro and Ernesto 'Che' Guevara, from Topaz, 1969.
Opening title sequence composed entirely of a military parade on Red Square, the opening of Alfred Hitchcock's Topaz, 1969, from Leon Uris' novel, starring Frederick Stafford, John Forsyth and John Vernon.
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